NEWS FROM : NEW YORK  

L’on. Francesca La Marca la scorsa settimana ha vissuto intense giornate di lavoro nell’area di New York, dove ha avuto diversi e proficui incontri con la locale comunità italiana.Mercoledì 8 marzo, la parlamentare ha presenziato presso il consolato di New York al vernissage della mostra fotografica del maestro Maurizio Barberis, organizzata dal co...

Napoli Pizza & Pasta is as real as it gets. Homemade, authentic Neopolitan pizza and all your favorite pasta dishes bring the crowds in to take out, or to stay in and eat in the characteristic “downstairs” kitchen and dining room. This nostalgic family restaurant is exactly what everyone needs right now, in these chaotic times. Come on down and get...

Restaurateur Tony Dushaj is back. Again. The Melville restaurant that has been La Fontana since 2012 has now been rechristened Ristorante Santa Lucia. The name change is accompanied by a management change: Tony Dushaj, who first opened Tre Scalini at this location in 2009 is back as chef-owner. In fact, this is Dushaj’s third restaurant at 672 Walt...

A Sicilian-born chef and restaurateur is opening a new seafood joint on Thompson Street. Piccola Cucina Estiatorio will be Chef Philip Guardione's fourth venture, in addition to two other Piccola Cucinas in SoHo — one on Prince Street and the other on Spring Street — and a third in Ibiza, Spain. This iteration, at 75 Thompson St., will focus on Med...

When: Thursday, April 06, 2017 From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm - Where: Italian Cultural Institute of New York Organized by : ICI - Entrance : Free For the Series Italian Conductors in New York: Maestro Nicola Luisotti in conversation with Harvey Sachs. Maestro Luisotti has been music director of San Francisco Opera since 2009 and has conducted over 40 ope...

We've declared it Tiramisù Day on March 19! Celebrate this classic Italian dessert with us with complimentary flash labs so you can learn all about Tiramisù. So why don't you join us at Le Eccellenze from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.? Eataly NYC Flatiron, 200 5th Ave, New York While you wait for this day of celebrations to arrive, you can still discover Tiram...

When: Friday, March 24, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM - Where: Casa Italiana at New York University | 24 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011This is a free event for NOIAW members. Spaces are limited. RSVP today. In honor of Women’s History Month, we invite you to join us for an evening commemorating the March 25, 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory tragedy...

Opening March 13 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Paradise of Exiles: Early Photography in Italy will focus on Italy’s importance as a center of exchange and experimentation during the first three decades of photography’s history—from 1839, the year of its invention, to 1871, the year Italy became a unified nation. The exhibition will highlight t...

Some of the highest-quality carbs in the the five boroughs can be found at Brooklyn’s family-owned bakeries and wholesale businesses. From traditional loaves of Italian bread to French classics like baguettes, seasonal varieties (Irish soda bread) to flavorful twists (cranberry-raisin with sunflower seeds), the possibilities are nearly endless for...

Worcester native Lucia Giannetta is back in the Bronx again. Giannetta was in the cast when the musical drama "A Bronx Tale: The Musical" has its world premiere early last year at the prestigious Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, in a production directed by two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks....

Hans Pauli started Sant Ambroeus, his New York pasticceria and cafe in 1983 serving, “the luxuries of Italy, in an understated, Giorgio Armani kind of way,” Amanda Hesser wrote in The New York Times in the late 90s. Partners Dimitri Pauli and Gherardo Guarducci have announced that Pauli, Dimitri’s father and the founder of Sant Ambroeus, has died....

Just inside the entrance to an Italian restaurant on a recent afternoon in the historic St. George neighbourhood on Staten Island, the smell of soy and ponzu masked that of onions and garlic. The source? A Japanese woman had taken over the kitchen to make gyoza and shrimp dumpling soup. “The dumplings are good!” said a customer at a table of seven,...