Authentic imported Sicilian Delicacies like Cannoli, Gelato, Cornetti, Panini, Espresso, Arancine. “Experience Sicily without the plane ride.”
Fine Italian dining, the traditional way. This small 28 seat delight was founded by Anthony and Daniele Cacioppa and is housed in the former Albertson Farmstead. Chef Marco Pellegrini is a native of Umbria, in central Italy. Although he has only been in the United States a short time, he has been honing his culinary skills since he was a young teenager by working in various restaurants. Pellegrini only cooks with fresh ingredients; if something isn’t in… [Read More]
Houdini Kitchen Laboratory is an on going project born with the aim to satisfy today’s demand of good food and drinks in a hospitable environment. It’s unmarked entrance enhances the “hidden gem” feel of the restaurant and, once inside, diners instantly feel at home as the wood-fired pizza oven roars. Service is a top principle of hospitality and they have mastered that art. Their mission is to provide a service defined by quality and simplicity where… [Read More]
Bar Italia works with local farmers, growers and purveyors to source products with integrity, flavor and soul, and incorporate these seasonal offerings into menus nightly. They serve authentic Italian cuisine with succulent dishes like Osso Bucco or Veal Milanese plus amazing pastas like Black Truffle Tagliolini or hand made Pear and Teleggio cheese Gnocchi. Laid-back, eclectic and unpretentious, it is an elegant neighborhood restaurant. Warm hues, soft lighting and an unexpected quirkiness encourage guests to settle… [Read More]
A perfect corner spot in the East Village, on East 12th Street and First Avenue, where owners created a brand new space that was their vision of the dream restaurant: they put in a reclaimed-hardwood floor from a 250-year-old home in Maine, handblown-glass lighting fixtures, antique mirrors, a marble bar, and Gascon Stua armchairs. This offers guests a panoramic view of the East Village life, through a floor-to-ceiling glass façade. It’s magical and intimate, vibrant and bustling with la… [Read More]
Fiola Mare specializes in the freshest, most pristine seafood prepared with elegant simplicity through delicate and subtle additions of color, flavor and texture. This restaurant is a place to enjoy the highest quality seafood and wines paired with the finest hospitality and service in the city. Fabio Trabocchi is the owner and Chef.
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!
It is a very small shop that you could easily pass by, but it’s an authentic Italian panini bar and you will pretty much have the most amazing melt-in-your-mouth sandwich. The ingredients are extremely high quality and fresh They offer some organic items and the bread is GMO free. They are well known for their Parma and Paestrum sandwichs. Extremely friendly staff. Everything about this place is LOVE.
Cute Italian café nestled in a cosy uptown neighborhood on Dryades Street. It has a great homey atmosphere with courteous and friendly staff. New Orleans native Madison Curry opened this charming café in 2007. It serves fantastic Italian fare like panini and salads and has a back patio to sit and enjoy your meal. I am sure you will return again and again.
Not only does Sardinia offer great Italian food plus a wood burning oven; it has a wide variety of wines! Their wine collection is stored in a temperature controlled cellar so that the wines, especially aged and rare vintages, are well preserved. The quality of their wine is as crucial as the great tasting food. Their objective is simple: to feature Italy and other wine-making regions of the world, with as many diverse styles of wine… [Read More]