Because I have family that lives there, I find myself in the town of Glenwood several times a year. It's a quiet town on the banks of the Caddo River known for its history as a sawmill town and for the Arkansas cultural treasure that is Billy's House of Guitars. What the town isn't known for is its food, but I'm here to tell you that while options...

Beloved Italian market Toscano & Sons will reopen this Fall in the heart of Virginia Highland. The market and sandwich shop closed in June due to the lack of retail traffic and residential density around its West Midtown location; it hopes to open doors by the end of November at 1050 N. Highland Avenue, in the space recently vacated by Stanton...

The Magic City is home to countless restaurant imports, but Petit Miami is one of the few to arrive at our shores via Milan. Despite its French name, this month-old Sunset Harbour spot is actually an Italian bistro. With the exception of salmon teriyaki and seared tuna tartare with yuzu sauce, Petit's repertoire consists of classic, unfussy Italia...

Bauli, the leading creator of authentic Italian holiday cakes and pastries, is announcing its official launch in the United States, available at retailers, including: Fairway, Whole Foods and Duane Reade stores nationwide.   Bauli has been the confectionary leader in Italy for over 80 years and its line of products will introduce traditional...

Alex Malone may be the bravest man in America. By day, the 26-year-old is a scientist in Fargo, N.D. By night, he eats pasta. All of the pasta.   Malone is one of the few to score the coveted $100 Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion from Olive Garden. With the help of an egg-cellent pun — All of Garden — he's begun blogging his 49-da...

Wednesday December 17, 2014, 6:00 – 7:30 PM. The Blind Tailor Caffe - 45 Weybosset Street - Providence, RI. Members $5 | Non-members $15   Join us for a sweet celebration of the holidays and Italian heritage at Providence's most inviting Italian cafe. Share the season of good cheer as you indulge in appetizers, desse...

by Scott Reitz   Over the Christmas break I traveled to New York City and Washington D.C., where I ate seven meals a day doing my best to absorb as much as possible in each city. While I wandered around, I discovered a few trends on my own, in restaurants that have opened since I last visited -- ramen shops and Izakayas seemed to point to ra...

Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria e Bar opened last week in the Westfield Montgomery mall on Democracy Boulevard in Bethesda.   The 164-seat, 6,300-square-foot restaurant features Neapolitan pizza and cuisine, using American spring water matching the mineral composition and pH of the water in Naples, according to a news release.   Read mor...

by Pamela Silvestri   Before "Food Network Star," Elltinville's Dominick Tesoriero worked his Mac Truck at spots as far away as Saratoga, N.Y. But it was in Midtown Manhattan that the 31-year old macaroni and cheese chef caught the attention of the Food Network execs — and now the nervous-but-charming S.I. native is rocking his spot on...

by Ron Dicker   That's pretty harsh, nonna. In a new viral video, BuzzFeed asked Italian grandmas to try Olive Garden for the first time. For the most part, they're predictably underwhelmed -- and hilarious.   "Merda" and "who the f**k made this?" may not be the kind of reviews found in certain publications, but did you really ex...