At the Italian Table brings an authentic Italian dining experience to Frankfort Avenue

Apr 30, 2017 856

BY: Kevin Gibson

In a tiny converted house on the edge of Clifton sits a portal to old-world Italy. Operated by chef Gina Stipo, an American who spent 13 years living and traveling in Italy, At the Italian Table is presented more as an experience than a meal.

Two tables set for eight to 10 people fill the tiny structure, with antique furnishings, decor and accessories — most if not all of them imported from Italy — bordering the dining space. One of the tables is a 300-year-old chestnut communal farm table. The dishes are Italian. You want authentic Italian? It’s time to stop eating at the Olive Garden and turn your attention to Stipo’s endeavor, which opened in 2015.

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