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The Consorzio Tutela Vini Valpolicella, the association representing around 322 wineries in Veneto, Italy, is pleased to announce the launch of an integrated communications campaign in the United States. The campaign will kick-off with a walk-around tasting event in New York City with educational seminars for trade and media professionals. Develope...

A New York City Italian restaurant is opening in the heart of historic Roslyn Village. Felice, an all-day dining concept, will open Sept. 30 at 1382 Old Northern Boulevard. The restaurant is owned by SA Hospitality Group. Its culinary director is Iacopo Falai, a native Florentine. The executive chef is Niccolo Simone, who was born in Florence and s...

If an eatery could be a haircut, Frank’s Ice Cream and Restaurant would be a mullet with ice cream in the front and dine-in Italian in the back. It’s the most unassuming and unlikely spot, tucked along the Albany Shaker Road, and you will likely know it’s there only if you frequent that part of Colonie or Loudonville. I had asked readers of my Food...

THESE tasty Italian treats at New York City's San Gennaro festival have exceeded expectations with one dessert tasting as close to home-cooked as you can get. The Feast of San Gennaro, known as "the feast of all feasts," has been around since 1926. At the turn of the 20th century, Italians immigrated to the lower east side of New York City. In 1926...

“Barolo en Primeur” is the International solidarity auction promoted by Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo Foundation and CRC Donare Foundation, together with the Protection Consortium Barolo Barbaresco Alba Langhe Dogliani, to be held this year on October 28th, in the setting of Grinzane Cavour Castle. Christie's, simultaneously with New York, will aucti...

Though its demographics have shifted over the years, the borough remains a hotbed of Italian food. Arthur Avenue—known to many as the “real” Little Italy—is home to many specialty stores and restaurants, as well as Arthur Avenue Market, an enclosed culinary oasis featuring fresh pasta, homemade sausages and cuts of meat of all kinds, extra-virgin o...

Anyone who’s been around me over the last few months knows all too well about Alice. The restaurant that is. Ever since I discovered the West Village Italian spot last spring, I’ve been hooked and can’t stop going back or talking about how much I love it so. If you’ve never heard about Alice, let me fill you in: Alice is, hands-down, one of the coo...

Centrally located in The Gallery at Westbury Plaza, a visit to Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas means there is no need to travel into the city for world class wine and dining. When discussing wine with international sommeliers, they will say wine should be the gravy with one’s meal washing over the food in your mouth, enhancing the food’s flavors....

Benito One is the definition of a New York City old-school Italian restaurant. You’ll often find owner James Bari seated outside this small eight-table restaurant which dates back to 1968. In Manhattan’s Little Italy, multiple dining rooms and seating capacities over 100 are the norm. But Benito One feels intimate and exclusive without any pretense...

Tucked into a beautiful corner in the Upper East Side, Parma Nuova is the latest creation from the minds of restaurateurs Giorgio Manzio and La Masseria Group’s Enzo Ruggiero, Giuseppe Iuele and Chef Pino Coladonato. We stopped by on Monday night to sample some of their menu items! When you walk into the restaurant, you’re greeted with the quintess...

La Gioia Italian Deli, a beloved city fixture that closed its doors after 33 years in June, is now set to reopen later this year.  Laura Marino —  daughter and niece of the duo that opened La Gioia’s in January 1989 — is in the process of remodeling the deli at 2003 Van Vranken Ave. and hopes to reopen the family establishment with all its original...

We are pleased to announce a special evening for Columbus Citizens Foundation Members to enjoy the cuisine of Southern Italy. The evening is curated by Berardo Paradiso of the SoHo Chapter of L’Accademia Italiana della Cucina. You can read more about the Accademia in this 2019 New York Times article. CLICK HERE TO BOOK Please join us on Wednesday,...