A NYC favorite since it opened its doors in 2005. The vibe is rustic and relaxed, with diners spread out between the main room, the private wine cellar and the year-round backyard patio. It has an extensive wine list featuring bottles from Italy and around the globe, as well as, speciality cocktails. Its comfortable atmosphere and authentic fare are just right for any occasion!
The restaurant was founded in 1890 as evidenced by the photo taken in 1895. Archaeologia is immersed in the beautiful park of Appia Antica and the imposing ruins of a Roman tomb and serves as a backdrop to the beautiful garden dominated by a majestic wisteria. For over 300 years it blooms, creating a delicious and fresh pergola. Archaelogia is a crossroads of cultures and cuisines, between the modern and the old, between the taste… [Read More]
The Pastificio San Lorenzo restaurant is located inside the Pastificio Ceres, a former pasta factory which became famous in the eighties as the site of the “Group of San Lorenzo”. Even today, some of the space of the former factory houses artists’ studios, art galleries, schools of photography and a graphic design studio. The restaurant, thanks to the post-industrial structure consists of three areas: the counter to have a quick drink to pass the time; the… [Read More]
Arancina Pizzerias can be found in Rome and London and are loved for their particular style of artisan hand-stretched, hand topped rectangular pizza. Their special dough is a secret recipe, with a blend of premium flours and extended fermentation time, then fired in a stone bake oven and served on a traditional wood board – has a distinct crisp outer crust and a lighter, airy, textured bite. They also serve a broad variety of freshly… [Read More]
Housed in one of the finest buildings in the Friedrichstrasse area, this establishment features a vibrant combination of nineteenth-century elegance and design with floor to ceiling windows. It offers classic Italian cuisine, cordial hospitality and exquisite wines. The inside was designed by the Tuscan interior decorator Stefano Viviani which has a modern flair. The artwork is by a variety of contemporary artists with exhibitions running concurrently in their partner gallery Lacke Farben.
The food is good, almost brilliant, and certainly ranks as one of the better Italian places in town. The ambience is cool, clean and stylish – an ideal place for power-broking and delicate negotiations. Wine list is comprehensive. Service is good and pleasant. A highlight was the range of fine olive oils available to soak up the fresh ciabatta-style little breads.
Super Tuscan believes that good Italian food means quality ingredients cooked with minimum fuss to bring out maximum flavor. They offer more unusual and finer wines combined with the best of the old favorites from Italy. They also change their wine list and food menus frequently as they continue to seek out Italy’s best wines and ingredients on your behalf. So if you don’t find the same dish or wine from your last visit, we encourage you to… [Read More]
This restaurant is owned by a family in the southern regions, and offers a menu focusing on the Calabria region. It is located very close to Porta Romano. The pasta is made fresh daily!! A true Calabrese restaurant that is authenic and truly exquisite. Reservations are requested. They do provide English menus.
Highly recommended! They have several flavors here that are really unique. Ginger (with chucks of candied ginger) and Lemon Cream. All are excellent! Of course they offer the usual selection of local favorite flavors.
In the Presolana mountain pass (Bergamo) this Chalet style restaurant has amazing landscapes to enjoy while eating regional, traditional food, in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The dining room has a big fireplace and there are large windows allowing a full view of the surrounding mountains. Food is well prepared by Dario Soldo and his team and anything on the menu is worth tasting. Desserts are home made! Reservations are a MUST during the weekends.