Invented in Rome by legendary pizzaiolo Stefano Callegari, the trapizzino takes time honored recipes of the cucina romana and makes them convenient for all to enjoy. The marriage of traditional techniques and authentic Italian flavors with a modern format has made Trapizzino one of Rome’s most popular street foods, with seven locations throughout the city. The Lower East Side location is the first U.S. Trapizzino.
It takes most people 10 minutes to get from 1st Avenue to Madison Avenue. It’s taken Salvatore Lombardi 30 years. Obviously, Mr. Lombardi is a man who does not like to rush. You see, Salvatore ran Campagnola, one of New York’s most famous Italian restaurant for over three decades. So, when it came time to open his own place, he chose carefully. Mr. Lombardi practically invented hospitality, and it is evident the moment you enter… [Read More]
Authentic imported Sicilian Delicacies like Cannoli, Gelato, Cornetti, Panini, Espresso, Arancine. “Experience Sicily without the plane ride.”
Antica Pesa is the best Italian food you will ever have outside of Italy. A perfect mix of casual and chic, the bustling restaurant balances simple sophistication with fine cuisine and washes it down with a bubbly atmosphere. Lorenzo and everyone on staff treat every guest with the same warmth and respect they show their celebrity regulars!
This legendary bakery brings only the finest in Italian bakery creations, from cookies, cakes, pastries and of course, breads. As a family owned and run business the Alaimo family dedicates themselves to deliverying only the most authentic Italian goods to their loyal customers. After thirty-three years, and three generations, Villabete continues its legacy, being a part of the Brooklyn family, and giving back to the great community that has made it the bakery it has… [Read More]
Superb little gem of a restaurant in the East Village. The decor is very contemporary but has a rustic twist at the same time. Plus it has a small outdoor courtyard. The walters were extremely nice and speak perfect Italian. The menu has lots to choose from and they also have a large selctions of wines.
Tiella brings the tastes of authentic Italian cuisine to the Upper East Side! The dishes are created with only the most selective ingredients to prepare a range of delights from the mot traditional Italian antipasti to the richest desserts. Serving an inspiring menu of peasant culinary traditions in an elegant and relaxing ambiance with an Italian decor, only adds to an unforgettable experience
Macy’s flagship Herald Square store has gone through a huge makeover! The former storage space on the 6th floor has been transformed from the dark wooden interior – to an all-white wing that is airy and well-lit. Caricatures of famous Macy’s designeres and culinary consultants hang along one wall. So the next time you are visiting Macy’s, stop by the 6th floor and visit this Gelato Kiosk. You won’t be disappointed!
Great atmosphere, fantastic outdoor seating, lively young crowd and lots of personality plus the rustic Chianti-bottled line space has a happy hum. Once again Keith McNally has set a stage where the play is about eating and the actors are the diners.
This Southampton restaurant reopens with a new look by designer Robert McKinley. The entrance has tall tables to accommodate guests for a quick coffee or a cup of gelato. Restaurant guests will enjoy photographs by “Clifford” from his Hurrican series while executive chef Mario Daniele prepares his fabulous Milanese cuisine. Both indoor and outdoor dining is available.