by Ronald Holden   What's up here? A liquor license application from an outfit named Aglio e Olio (2743 E. Madison St.) lists Luigi DeNunzio as one of the applicants. He's well-known in the Italian-American restaurant community, with two Pioneer Square restaurants to his name (Al Boccalino and Che Sara Sara), plus Cafe Bengodi, recently relo...

by Jackie DeGiorgio   Yes, Italy is replete with ruins and art and scenery galore, but it's nearly impossible to think of the country without thinking of its food. In addition to the countless restaurants, there are plenty of food and wine experiences to silence your hunger pangs when in Il Bel Paese, but—whether you live here or not—there's...

L'eccellenza del Made in Italy agroalimentare sugli schermi di Times Square a New York e nei più importanti network televisivi degli Stati Uniti. È partita la campagna di promozione del governo per il sostegno al wine&food nazionale con uno spot firmato da Silvio Muccino che mostra la qualità e il saper fare italiani.   È questo uno dei...

Pizza and pasta are easy to come by in the restaurant world, but few are making waves like Ribalta in Greenwich Village. The popular Italian eatery that's only a five-minute walk off the Union Square subway stop became buzzworthy after Grubstreet named their spaghetti Pomodoro one of NYC's 10 best pasta dishes, and their Neapolitan-style pizza has...

On tonight's "Chuck's Eat the Street" Chef Chuck Hughes visited Little Italy on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx in this episode titled, "The Last Little Italy." In one of the most awesome neighborhoods in America, that features Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo and the Botanical Garden, Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is the home of New York's largest "Litt...

After months of construction, permitting delays and hassles, Revival Market partners Ryan Pera and Morgan Weber are finally ready to open their Italian restaurant, Coltivare, this Wednesday.   Located just down the street from Revival on White Oak, Coltivare promises to showcase the local ingredients that Revival is known for with a simple,...

1. PESCE FRITTO AL CONOGelato's not the only dish you can eat from a cone; you can also get fresh, fried seafood served in a paper cone in the streets of many Italian port towns.   And this is fresh: the seafood comes right off the fishing boats that arrive at the port each morning, and gets tossed in a basic flour batter and then deep-fried...

  WTI Magazine #57    2015 April, 3Author : MIPAAF      Translation by:   Citrus cultivation developed in the Ribera valleys at the beginning of the nineteenth century, but it was only in 1930 that it reached truly high standards of quality. This was when the cultivation of the Brasiliano and Washington navel v...

St. Paul restaurant Cossetta is adding a new concept to its growing enterprise: A rosticceria specializing in carry-out meats and sides. The Pioneer Press reports that Cossetta, which went through a big renovation in 2013, will start offering a new menu of take-out items like rotisserie chicken and prime rib sandwiches, as well as sides like i...

di Giosetta Capriati   Lo hanno definito "l'Indiana Jones delle leccornie" e dall'alto del suo metro e novantadue di altezza, con un sorriso da conquistatore, Antonio Maurizio Gaetani, 52 anni, discendente dalla nobile famiglia Gaetani di Sermoneta, ride all'idea di essere paragonato all'eroe di Hollywood, armato però solo di cucchiaio e f...