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  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Eataly Magazine(July 20, 2019)
    Known for its natural beauty, including long stretch of beaches, impressive cliffs plunging into the sea, and magnificent national parks, Liguria is one of the most popular destinations for vacationers
  • Boccadasse, a former fishermen’s village now part of Genoa, Liguria.
    Living the Italian Dream: Part IV. Marilyn Ricci went to Italy to meet her Italian relatives and then decided to settle in Chiavari. 100% Italian-American raised within a huge Italian-American family, in 2015 she founded a travel company that assists others like her to find their Italian town or region of origin.
  • Your central station to enjoy the best of Italy’s gastronomic tradition has finally landed in Miami at the Brickell City Centre! We had the chance to chat with Jacopo Giustiniani, the notable NYC restaurateur, who opened the premier food hall in collaboration with hospitality guru Matthias Kiehm. Giustiniani guided us through the new realm of Italian dining on the East Coast highlighting his personal concept of “hospitalian” - hospitality the Italian way.
  • The Run with Excellence team presented its project at the Consulate General of Italy in New York with a group of inspiring speakers, many of whom ran in the New York Marathon just days following this reception.
  • The Italian Cultural Institute had its second appointment os the series “American authors and their ties with Italy.” Foreign authors are invited to speak about their personal connection to Italy that is often poured into their work. The series was launched with the testimony of Indian-American writer Jhumpa Lahiri, and it continued with Egypt born writer Andrè Aciman. Aciman is currently distinguished professor at the Graduate Center of City University of New York teaching history of literary theory and Marcel Proust's work.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Otylia Coppola(March 02, 2016)
    This one-of-a-kind restaurant in Bushwick, inspired by Northern Italian cuisine and the Slow Food movement, is named after Werner Herzog’s film and finds inspiration in that famous phrase of its protagonist: “It’s only the dreamers who ever move mountains.” This venue is a delightful surprise that embodies a dream in the making...
  • Harbors, picturesque cities on the edges of cliffs, beautiful beaches and great cuisine are just some of the characteristics of Liguria, a region to discover. "If you come to Genoa, you can see all the palaces where the merchants and the bankers of the city lived. UNESCO decided that these palaces and the center of the city deserve to be a World Heritage Site,” said Anna Castellano, Council of the Department of Communications and City Promotion of Genoa, at an event organized by the Italian Government Tourist Board in New York