Tag: Italian

Dining in Good Company

Dining in Good Company

Former Float and Cipriani guru Max Burgios has stepped out on his own to open the swanky new B & Co. Located on at 14 East 58th Street. Situated just next to Bergdorf Goodman Men's, B & Co. is comprised of a luxurious 80-seat restaurant on the first floor which is highlighted by opulent finishes […]

| December 18, 2013
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A Bite of New York History

A Bite of New York History

There aren’t many restaurants that stand the test of time like Midtown East’s Pescatore. This traditional Italian eatery has been happily filling the plates of no less than three generations of New Yorkers. With a cozy and welcoming ambiance and a very inviting and bustling al fresco dining scene, this is a neighborhood favorite for […]

| September 22, 2013
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Scalinatella Delivers Seamlessly

Scalinatella Delivers Seamlessly

A recent visit to Upper East Side’s Scalinatella proved to be an exceptional choice. Situated below ground in a remarkably transformed space, this was Italian food done just right. From the moment we sat down, to our leisurely exit, it was one spectacular and savory dish after another, all highlighted by exquisite service. One important […]

| September 2, 2013
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A Sicilian Gem on the Upper  East Side

A Sicilian Gem on the Upper East Side

  As a “foodie,” traveling to Italy you are inspired by its history and culture. There is no shortage of great food, wine and spirits gathered from the local purveyors in each and every area.  The Italian people are warm, welcoming and accommodating. 83 ½, located at 345 East  83rd Street on the Upper East […]

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My Favorite Formaggio – Parmigiano Reggiano

My Favorite Formaggio – Parmigiano Reggiano

I have to admit, I am a formaggio (cheese in Italian) addict and I love all of the great Italian choices including fresh Mozzarella, Pecorino Romano and Ricotta, but my absolute favorite is Parmigiano Reggiano. Parmigiano Reggiano is the Diva of parmesans and well worth choosing only the authentic version. It is a hard cheese […]

| June 5, 2013
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The Heart And Soul Of Chef Chris Coleman

The Heart And Soul Of Chef Chris Coleman

Walking into Petaluma on the Upper Eastside of New York is always a treat, but meeting it’s Executive Chef , Chris Coleman defines the focus, passion and as his friends say, the flamboyance that creates his delicious food. Chef Chris blends his half Panamanian and half Jamaican heritage together to deliver consistently great dishes. He […]

| May 27, 2013
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The Latest Wines From Fattoria Sardi Giustiniani

The Latest Wines From Fattoria Sardi Giustiniani

Entering any of the three Felice restaurants in New York City immediately transports you to Tuscany. The warm, inviting atmosphere truly reflects the passion and commitment to excellence of brothers Jacopo and Matteo Giustiniani, to share their family’s culinary and wine making skills. We were thrilled to be invited to an exclusive dinner at their […]

| May 14, 2013
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A Cultural Crossroads in the East Village

A Cultural Crossroads in the East Village

Venturing down to the East Village for dinner is always an adventure and this night was no different. Cozily situated on 11th Street between Avenues B and C, Matilda Restaurant sparkles while pushing the boundaries of fusion. An unlikely marriage of Tuscan and Mexican cuisine is highlighted in a wide array of interesting, bold and […]

| April 7, 2013
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Casa D’Angelo, Italian Perfection in South Florida

Casa D’Angelo, Italian Perfection in South Florida

Traditional southern Italian food can be one of the most satisfying dining experiences, especially when the venue, the quality of ingredients and the service all align. My favorite Tuscan style restaurant in South Florida, Casa D’Angelo, provides all three of these with perfect attention to every detail. The restaurant’s décor is clean and modern, yet […]

| March 16, 2013
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Prosciutto Toscano Arrives in the U.S.

Prosciutto Toscano Arrives in the U.S.

Last week team DFW made their way to New York’s Eataly for a very special event—the first-ever introduction of Prosciutto Toscano to the United States. Founded in 1978 by Marco Rossi, Gruppo Parmacotto is one of the most important and largest Prosciutto producers in Italy. This is the same organization that owns New York’s Salumeria […]

| March 2, 2013
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