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An Evening with Andrew Cotto: Italian Food as a Muse. Thursday, January 25, 2024. 6:00PM Reception | 6:30PM Talk. Columbuis Citizens Foundation - 8 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021 | $35. RSVP here. Andrew's love of Italian cuisine ignited his prolific writing career, inspiring seven novels, more than 500 articles, and regular contributions to...

A beautiful new market selling all sorts of locally-sourced goods has just opened in the West Village at 457 6th Avenue by West 11th Street. Travelers, Poets and Friends—a concept by the same folks behind Italian restaurants Alice and Osteria57 and nextdoor gelateria Pamina—is also home to a bakery, an espresso bar, a pasta factory and a wine bar....

Wine professionals from across North America will gather in New York City, hosted by Banville Wine Merchants, to participate in two days of tastings and seminars as they prepare for the rigorous exam on day 3 to become certified Italian Wine Ambassadors. VIA Faculty member Sarah Heller MW will be on hand to lead the tastings and a series of in-dept...

The Settepani name has been attached to Italian cuisine in New York City since 1992, and on Friday, the family-owned and operated business is expanding for the third time in as many decades.  On Friday, December 29, Settepani opened an outpost at Time Out Market New York on the first floor of 55 Water Street in Brooklyn. This stop follows its baker...

Rich Torrisi vividly remembers the first time he saw the New York City skyline. It is a moment indelibly inked into his mind, because it was the moment that changed everything, that set the course of his career to come. The 44-year-old chef and co-founder of Major Food Group, the powerhouse brand behind the likes of Carbone, ZZ’s Club, The Grill, a...

On Rhode Island Street in Buffalo, you will find Dalfonso's Italian Imports, a shop specializing in Italian products. Owner and operator Jeffrey Dalfonso said he's excited to bring this to the Five Points neighborhood. Dalfonso said this is not necessarily a sit-down restaurant, but there will be tables inside and outside in the shop's garden space...

Though Osteria Padre Pio opened two years ago in Mamaroneck, we only learned about it recently and were so pleased when we were able to secure a table just before Christmas. The unassuming façade could have been taken for a neighborhood bar, but we soon learned that looks can be deceiving. Our timing was excellent: not only were the restaurant and...

Is it even Christmas in Italian households, and most especially Naples, without struffoli on the table? Those delectable, golden, fried balls of dough perfectly coated in honey and crowned with sprinkles represent a time honored tradition and family heritage for so many Italians, including myself. After making, kneading, rolling, cutting and frying...

Tommy DeVito is looking to take advantage of his time in the spotlight. According to sports business reporter Darren Rovell, the New York Giants quarterback's LLC, TD, filed for trademarks for "Tommy Cutlets" and "Passing Paisano." Rovell explained that the Tommy Cutlets filing was done with the intention of selling branded chicken, pasta and pizza...

Nestled in the heart of New York, Bar Pisellino stands as a beacon of authentic Italian excellence. This article will guide you through the many wonders of this charming establishment, highlighting its unique ambiance, signature drinks, and the overall experience it offers to visitors. A Taste of Italy in New York: Bar Pisellino captures the essenc...

It’s the year of the Italian market restaurant, with another location of Eataly opening in Soho; Rome icon Roscioli setting up in the former Niche Niche space; and now, the Italians behind Osteria57 and Alice in the Village opening its pescetarian and vegetable-focused Travelers, Poets, and Friends today, at 457 Sixth Avenue near West 11th Street....

Tina Aprea’s journey as owner of Angelo’s Little Italy in Amityville has been 53years in the making, since her dad took over the iconic Italian New York City eatery Angelo’s of Mulberry Street in 1970.  “I’ve always loved the restaurant business,” Aprea recalls. “It was always in my blood.” The story of Angelo’s could have ended for good in 2017, w...