Manhattan sophistication meets superb Milanese classics at Casa Lever.
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… [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 ingedients.
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 location.
Sicilian born chef-owner Philip Guardione developed his skills at Milan’s Four Seasons Hotel under the wing of Sergio Mei.
Chef Alberto Cretara honed his skills in Rome before baking pizzas at Farinella. An affordable spot for a good lunch in the Civic Center.
An upscale seafood place on Central Park South. Chef Michael White and his partner Chris Cannon aim to please.
A young Chef from Modena delivers creative, regional cuisine.
Emporio is the third restaurant in the Aurora group (with Aurora Soho and Brooklyn are sister restaurants). Like the others, Emporio serves excellent food, with an emphasis on Piedmont, home… [Read More]
Caffè Falai is a cool, small, caffè, where you can eat panini or have a cappuccino and a pastry. An all white decor gives the small space a clean, hip… [Read More]