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Residents and visitors in Madison have another option to get their pizza fix as Tino's Artisan Pizza Co. has opened their doors to patrons. Mayor Robert Conley joined by representatives from Tino's Artisan Pizza Co., Council, Downtown Development Commission and the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, cut the ribbon at the Grand Opening ribbon cutting...

You may be busy raising your family or serving as a caregiver for relatives and regret not having the time to help improve your community. The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany and Sons of Italy #2561 has a solution to that dilemma. On Thursday, October 17, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., you can help improve the lives of others and have fun while do...

Wine lovers attending the annual Vendemmia Italian Festival this Sunday will be greeted with new dishes, new drinks and a return to a familiar location after a five-year absence. The outdoor party, held rain-or-shine, takes place from 2 to 6 p.m. at Tubman-Garrett Park on the Wilmington Riverfront. The Vendemmia, which celebrates the autumn harvest...

Tucked on the side of the Comfort Inn and Suites, set back slightly off of Route 1, is GG Italian Restaurant, the “gemma nascosta” of the neighborhood. Glen Mills’ “hidden gem” offers lunch, dinner and a seven-days-a-week happy hour in a sleek and stylish, yet comfortable, upscale environment. However, it’s not only the ambiance and eye-pleasing de...

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Italian fare? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Italian spots around Virginia Beach, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill. 1. La Vera Pizzeria & Italian Cuisine Topping the list is La Vera Pizzeria & Italian Cuisine. Located at 211 25th St.,...

Restaurant fans have come to know Robbie Felice as the chef and owner (along with his father) of the critically acclaimed Viaggio in Wayne, but his ambition has long reached farther. “On the first day Viaggio opened [in 2016],” he says, “I knew I wanted to open a second restaurant before I was 30.” He impressed even himself. Osteria Crescendo opene...

When Katie Parla drops by DiAnoia’s Eatery next week, she will be stirring up conversations about classic foods from the Italian South as well as those that are disappearing and lost ones that are being revived. The author and cognizer of all things Roman is coming to town to celebrate the release of her cookbook, “Food of the Italian South: Recipe...

When Matt Adler talks about the classic red sauce Italian restaurant he's opening on Capitol Hill, he doesn't use any of the cliché words restaurateurs rely on today to convey that they've gussied up a cuisine. Caruso's Grocery won't be an "interpretation" of Italian American cuisine, nor will it be "elevated," or his "modern take on it." He's just...

The La Familia Restaurant takes its name seriously. Not only does the restaurant pride itself on homemade fare in a welcoming place, but the business is family-owned and family members, with years of culinary expertise, can be found in the kitchen cooking up Italian and Portuguese favorites, creating desserts for the pastry case and in the dining r...

Take one step into Sal's Italian Restaurant, and you feel like part of one big, happy, Italian family; from the smells to the sounds to the tastes.  Jeff Baker is happy to have found this gem, since moving from the Northeast. "The tastes are phenomenal, and I miss that being from the Northeast. So I'm glad they brought it here." Brothers Jerry and...

The space at 805 N. Davis Ave. has seen a number of restaurant tenants over the years. For a long time it was Avenue 805, then The Betty on Davis, followed by a French concept from Kevin Roberts (of Perly’s and the bygone Black Sheep), Swan Dive, which shuttered in late April. While some may consider the location to be “cursed,” current tenants Sus...

The day before Bon Appetit published the story that changed Joe Beddia’s life, the bespectacled Philly pizzaiolo happened to be in New York. Andrew Knowlton—at the time, the magazine’s restaurant editor—invited him over to the BA offices. “I walked out of the elevator, and he handed me the magazine,” Beddia says. I t was the July 2015 issue; the co...