Welcome to Barbacco, a trattoria that was inspired by an idea that began to take shape before we even opened Perbacco, our restaurant next door. In contrast, we wanted to create a casual place with an emphasis on simple, delicious Italian food, drawing inspiration from all the regions of Italy. On one of our trips to Italy, we had lunch at a small trattoria in a town on the Ligurian coast. The place had been there… [Read More]
Situated in the congenial San Francisco neighborhood of Noe Valley, Lupa is a classic Italian trattoria with comfortable neighborhood charm, affordable prices, and destination-caliber cuisine. Using the best available local ingredients, Chef Stefano Coppola creates a seasonal menu featuring classic dishes from his home in Rome. The menu is based on the Italian tradition of preparing food – combining simplicity with the best ingredients of the season, including quality olive oil, locally grown local vegetables… [Read More]
This branch of Carluccios is the original from which the popular Italian restaurant chain began. It is two minutes from Oxford Circus in what’s sometimes known as ‘No-Ho’ (North of Soho) The Caffe was originally a fashion showroom and benefits from high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Each restaurant is also a deli selling wonderful produce and ingredients of the very finest. And each kitchen menus offer a taste of wonderful, superior Italian cooking.
Trattoria Vecchia Roma is considered a landmark in the heart of Rome. This restaurant fills up quickly with many locals as well as tourists, so reservations are recommended. It serves “real Italian food” and is a great place to being a family with children. The menu offers a large section plus there are many “house specials” of the day. Easy to reach via public transportation.
The restaurant is located on a quiet corner in the far West Village. The cuisine is inspired by the cooking of Rimini on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Two classic dishes are the grilled branzino and the calamari alla griglia. The cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and freshness. Pasta and pizza are highlights.
If you want a taste of traditional milanese cuisine without too many frills but well executed, this is the place. Wide range of dishes, excellent service, and fantastic food plus quick service. This is not a fancy restauarnt, but one that serves its food with pride and much love. Also this place is located by the canal, so after lunch or dinner, it’s a great place to walk and people watch.
Our family’s history begins in this restaurant in 1959. This is the start of our story, in the heart of the Milanese culinary tradition and the warmth of the sincere welcome of simple people who love their work, like our grandparents and our parents after them. We still have the old radio and enammeled jugs along with the spirit with which we do our work. We prepare honest food that originates in a careful selection… [Read More]
A small place, with a very friendly and happy staff eager to please. Two brothers, Enrique and Danieli, run the front of the house and are fun and attentive; and their Mother, the chef, has true talent. They serve amazing, homemade pasta dishes that make you want to take small bites, and eat slowly since the food is so amazing and you don’t want it to end!
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.
If you ask the chef-owner, Riccardo Michi, to name his favorite dishes at Riccardo Trattoria he answers without hesitation , “The fish stew viareggina, from my mothers’s recipe”. At an early age Riccardo started his career in Milan’s family owned “Girarrosto”. In 1982 he moved to the United States and opened several successful and famous restaurants He decided to continue his artistry and creativity in a restaurant named after himself, Riccardo Trattoria, with his wife Veronica (and… [Read More]