New York



New York's only pizza gallery.  Offers a welcoming setting where delicious food is combined with works of many talented... Read More »

Di Palo's Fine Foods

Di Palo’s Fine Foods

Lou Di Palo travels to Italy several times a year to select the country’s best hand-crafted specialties and to guarantee their excellence every season, year after year. He’s formed personal relationships with artisans from... Read More »


The Leopard

Located in the New York landmarked Hotel Des Artistes, and surrounded by the astonishing 1920s murals by Howard Chandler Christy, THE LEOPARD at des Artistes finds its roots in the area once known as “The Kingdom of the Two... Read More »

Lil' Frankie's

Lil’ Frankie’s

Enjoy authentic Neapolitan pizza from Lil' Frankie's wood-burning oven.  Eat outside in the backyard garden area on a nice... Read More »

Sette Mezzo

Sette Mezzo

Upper East Side ristorante, always fresh and authentic.  Great... Read More »



Ballarò features a wide selection of Italian meats and cheeses, pasta, and salads.  Panini are also a... Read More »

Casa Lever

Casa Lever

Manhattan sophistication meets superb Milanese classics at Casa... Read More »



By Emily Mikesell EATALY NYC is the first American branch of the grand food and wine marketplace created in Turin, Italy in 2007. The almost 50,000 square foot space, at 500 5th Avenue in Manhattan’s Flatiron District,... Read More »



Gnocco, a casual traditional Italian restaurant in the East Village NYC, specializes in authentic homemade Italian food made with quality fresh and imported... Read More »

Il Cantuccio

IL Cantuccio

This Italian bakery started in the district of Migliana in the Bisenzio valley (1920). Today, expert bakers continue the tradition started by Leonardi Santi at their Christopher Street... Read More »