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With a mix of joy, gratitude, and sadness, History Colorado announces the retirement of Alisa DiGiacomo, the longtime Director of Curatorial Services and Senior Curator. DiGiacomo has been with the organization since 1999 and was instrumental in the creation of exhibits, publications, and the work of numerous History Colorado scholars over her more...

Little-known fact: Neapolitan pizza isn't technically Neapolitan unless it's certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN) in Italy. About three weeks ago, Noto Italian Restaurant officially joined the ranks, making it the first and only restaurant in St. Louis to achieve the prestigious certification, which has only been awarded to...

After years in the planning and construction stages, Vicini Pastaria (1916 Park) opens today in Lafayette Square, just in time for Small Business Saturday. The grand opening features prizes, samples, raffles, giveaways, gift card promos, and “revelry,” according to an email. The restaurant will be open from 11 a.m.–5 p.m. today, with the café servi...

Are you the type of person that always has trouble choosing a dish from the menu when dining out in Kansas? Find yourself having to flip a coin, or maybe “eeny, meeny, miny, moe” it? If that sounds like you, one place you’ll definitely want to avoid is Paisano’s Ristorante in Topeka. This spot has been serving up delicious Italian eats for over th...

Scalzotto Italian Restaurant recently announced its hiring staff to work at all locations – Broomfield, Loveland, and Westminster, CO. The restaurant has various open positions in those locations and is looking for friendly, energetic people passionate about providing excellent customer service and cooking fantastic food. In return, it offers compe...

A new upscale Italian restaurant is now open in downtown Sioux Falls, a third concept for restaurant owners Riccardo and Mary Beth Tarabelsi. “We really wanted to design a restaurant that would give our guests a completely different experience than R Wine Bar,” Riccardo Tarabelsi said. While they both serve Italian food, the newly opened Maribella...

Do you have an affinity for deliciously authentic Italian food? While the best Italian food comes from Italy, we happen to think that we have found a close second, which is this unique Italian restaurant in South Dakota that has the best Italian food this side of the Atlantic Ocean: Welcome to the unforgettable Nonna's Kitchen! Tucked away in Spear...

In the heart of Florissant, two cousins are redefining St. Louis-style cuisine. Dave Beckham and Ben Goldkamp’s dishes at Cugino’s complement the drinks on tap at Narrow Gauge Brewing Company, which shares the same space. Narrow Gauge will be expanding into a building two doors down from the restaurant, allowing the two establishments to host large...

Most people can't fly to Italy on a whim. For those who wish they could, a nice dinner at an Italian restaurant might be the fix they need. According to Gazette readers for the Best of the Springs magazine, these Italian restaurants are top tier and the best in the area. Plan your next date night or family outing by checking out the list below. The...

I don’t expect a culinary epiphany from an Italian restaurant in a little strip mall in Woodland Park. But start to finish, that’s what I get. Roberto Calcagno grew up in the Genoa region of northwest Italy before eventually landing in Colorado Springs. In 2018, he opened the Neapolitan pizzeria Basil and Barley, where he introduced his customers t...

The ICC is pleased to present ITALIAN IMMIGRANT CUISINE IN THE UNITED STATES: A History of Food and Diaspora. By Prof. Simone Cinotto. Saturday, November 5. Doors 10:30 AM - Talk 11:00 AM. Register Here. Italian Cultural Center of Minneapolis | Traffic Zone Building | 250 Third Ave N. - Suite 625 | Minneapolis | MN 55401 Do you have stories to shar...

Michael Miceli grew up in Florida where he has fond memories of his father’s Italian cooking. Friends and family were always getting together around the table enjoying memorable meals prepared by Jerome Miceli. The aroma of garlic, olive oil, parmesan, and a host of herbs always seemed to fill the house with what was a foretaste of the future. Havi...