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Con la celebrazione della Festa Italiana a Miami, si è aperta ufficialmente la diciannovesima edizione della Settimana della lingua Italiana nel mondo. Il Consolato Generale d’Italia, in collaborazione con l’ente gestore Odli Inc e il Comites di Miami, ha voluto cogliere la splendida cornice della Festa Italiana per dare il via alla settimana della...

There’s a new place for pasta in Aventura. The 5,600-square-foot Casa D’Angelo, an Italian favorite in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and the Bahamas, is now open in the ParkSquare development. Chef Angelo Elia uses fresh ingredients to make all the Italian classics, and of course pasta isn’t the only choice. But let’s be real: the pasta dishes are sw...

The chicest place has just arrived at the Miami Design District and it is time for you to invite your lady friends. If you're looking for unique bars in Miami, Baccarat is the new lounge offering drinks in the most elegant ambiance and the first one to open in the U.S. This luxury space features a cafe and bar area serving things like coffee, tea,...

On Sunday, many headed to Hutchinson Square in Summerville for the 7th Annual Italian Festival. The family-fun event featured Italian-inspired music and food. Jay Lombardo, the Executive Director of the Summerville Italian Festival, said the event serves a bigger cause to the community. Money raised at the fest goes back in to Dorchester District T...

A new tenant unfolding at The Forum in Wilmington brings Italian menswear to the shopping center on Military Cutoff Road. Baldini for Men is set to replace Spectrum Fine Jewelry, which is going out of business after more than 20 years in the Port City. Luis Cepeda is opening the men's clothing store, which will be stocked with nearly everything a m...

For the past three years, Jimmy DiBartolo has called South Florida home. He opened South Florida Foods, known locally as DiBartolo’s Wholesale Food Warehouse, two years ago to serve as a catalyst for bringing traditional Italian ingredients to area restaurants and kitchens. “We basically wholesale to stores, restaurants and institutions. We even de...

He is colorful. He is animated. He is candid. He is everything you would expect from the son of Italian immigrants raised in the Boston area, an in-your-face type of guy who will never hesitate speaking his mind and will do so in whatever colorful language the moment demands. This in a nutshell is Dave DeGuglielmo, the offensive line coach...

It’s ‘Feast-time’ and time for the anticipated, annual celebration of Italian food, entertainment and all-out family tradition, when the ‘Feast of Little Italy’ turns Jupiter’s Downtown Abacoa - once again - into an all-out Italian street festival November 1 – 3. Festival hours throughout the weekend, are: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. Friday – Opening Night; 1...

First Coast Opera’s 20th season opens on Oct. 26 with a festive evening of dinner theater – “Pasta & Puccini,” a catered Italian dinner and a show. Enjoy scenes from Puccini’s “La Boheme,” performed by the opera’s guest artists, and a meal by Moveable Feast. St. Anastasia Catholic Church’s new community room is the location for this special one-nig...

Next month, on November 13, North Italia will open its first North Carolina location in The Railyard development in South End, just a quarter mile from its sister restaurant, Flower Child. North Italia—which also has locations in Arizona and Texas, among other states—promises housemade pastas, pizzas, and small plate dishes, including white truffle...

Another year, another ranking confirming what we already know: The best pizza in the United States is served in Connecticut, New York City and Chicago, but quality slices can be found in many other cities as well. The Daily Meal released its list of the "101 Best Pizzas in America" at the end of September, and restaurants from 30 states made the ra...

Two Twisted Italians, a new Italian restaurant serving the area, opened its doors on Saturday, Sept. 21 with a full menu designed to bring genuine flavors from the Old Country. Owner Tommy Caraccia’s vision for a family-friendly bistro was inspired by his own upbringing in New York. “I’m from The Bronx, born in Little Italy. My family came over fro...