The Moda espresso bar is just the place for good espresso in NYC. The mozzarella is made in-house plus the breads and pastries are baked fresh daily. So stop by this caffe for a quick lunch with your espresso, you won't be... Read More »
If you can't start your day without a coffee, or cappuccino, or latte then Pinocchio's is the place to visit. The owner, who came from Tuscany, is extremely friendly and welcoming. You can find extracts from Collodi's... Read More »
Don't miss the chalk board menu outside!! A great place for coffee or a casual lunch. Authentic Italian sandwiches, great salads and delicious hot dishes, all made with top quality ingredients. Combine the good food,... Read More »
If you are looking for a nice informal atmosphere but great fresh food, Bianco Latte is the place to go. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or how about a dish of ice cream - this cozy caffe is the place to... Read More »
Cova was founded by Antoni Cova, a soldier under Napoleon, in 1817 and opened its doors beside the famous "La Scala" theatre. A retreat for high-society members whose elegent conversations played out to the accompaniment... Read More »
Step inside and enjoy all the pleasures of "old world" cuisine in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Their aim is to pamper customers from breakfast right up to dinner with genuine, sophisticated... Read More »
Enter any La Colombe cafe and one immediately notices what is missing – the merchandising and clutter of branded T-shirts, coffee mugs, home coffee machines and lunch foods; all items that distract from the coffee experience... Read More »
Pasta on Sunday is a tradition enjoyed by Italians around the world. In order to preserve this unifying and magical tradition, The Garrubbo Guide® is proud to publish our weekly feature Sunday Pasta®. In addition to the authentic pasta recipe, we provide historical background and our accompanying wine recommendation. Buon Appetito!