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A world-famous Italian spot just opened a location in Greenwich Village. All’Antico Vinaio opened last week at 225 Sullivan St., near West Third Street, which is the eatery's second location in Manhattan. All’Antico Vinaio opened in Florence in 1991, where its three locations became popular tourist attractions for what Savaeur magazine called "the...

Here's another reason to visit Una Pizza Napoletana, deemed the best pizzeria in the world by 50 Top Pizza just a few weeks ago: the Orchard Street restaurant will turn into a breakfast destination dubbed Caffè Napoletana on Saturday mornings from 9am to 1pm beginning November 5. Espresso for all! Owner and chef Anthony Mangieri has come up with th...

With Executive Chef Marc Wisehart at the helm, Nunzi’s in Farmingdale is tackling classic Italian dishes with modern twists and trendy vibes.  Owner Michael Napolitano says the idea for Nunzi’s, named for his grandfather, sprang to life about four years ago during a discussion of new business ventures that were unlike his day job; he owns a chain o...

In a daring Upper East Side dining relocation, Campagnola — an “Italian Country Restaurant” at 1382 First Ave. for nearly 40 years — is moving from its tenement-building home to the modern Impala condo tower two blocks north at 1456 First Ave., where its new landlord will be Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty. It’s a stunning change of venue for Campagnola, wh...

Sometimes you find old values, big aspirations, and a spirit of community in places that are contemporary, modest, and commercial. These are among the paradoxes that you encounter at our October 2022 Business of the Month, Gaia Italian Cafè at 226 East 3rd Street (Ave. B/C) along with a revolving selection of freshly-made, delicious Italian dishes...

A local Travis business received an honorable citation from the city’s public advocate for feeding Central and South American migrants that have been sent to the community as they seek asylum. Owners of the business, Verde’s Pizza and Pasta House, over the past few weeks have fed dozens of migrants simply out of the kindness of their hearts. Public...

On Oct. 18, Danny Meyer and his Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) revived their Roman-Italian restaurant, Maialino, at the Redbury Hotel in New York, adding another new hot spot to Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood. USHG closed Maialino’s original Gramercy Park Hotel location—a Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winner—in 2020 at the beginning of the...

John “Vig” Vigliotti is a winner in the world of calzones. Vigliotti, owner of Peppino’s Restaurant and Catering in Syracuse, took home the top prize last weekend in what was billed as the “World Calzone Championship.” That was one of several contests held at the Pizza & Pasta Northeast Competition in Atlantic City, N.J., sponsored by Pizza Today m...

Williamsburg’s treasured Settepani Bakery (602 Lorimer St.) is turning 30, and the Settepani family is inviting the whole neighborhood to celebrate with them. Settepani’s 30th Birthday Party, complete with great food, drinks, and music, will take place on October 23 from noon – 3 p.m. at 602 Lorimer Street. Settepani Bakery is a family-owned busine...

Ahh, Italiana! Food dominated by sauces, cheeses, herbs and carbs…it’s no wonder the cuisine is so popular. But what is the Best Italian Restaurant on Long Island? Long Islanders voted Grandpa Tony’s the Best Italian Restaurant on Long Island in the 2022 Bethpage Best of Long Island contest! What makes Grandpa Tony’s the best Italian restaurant on...

The Consorzio di Tutela Vini d'Abruzzo is pleased to announce its return to the US with multiple occasions to taste its signature wines and learn about them from some of the best wine educators of the country. Two of the masterclasses in the program are part of Simply Italian Great Wines US Tour which will have among its protagonists a selection of...

If you don’t know already, Adelina’s food truck sits at 311 College Avenue, specializing in Roman-style pizza with a special crust fermented over a 48- to 72-hour period and topped with local ingredients. Toby Buggiani owned a Brooklyn-based restaurant that closed due to COVID, moving his pizza operation into an old truck and retrofitting his ovens...