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Arthur Avenue

  1. Major Blunders
    John Kasich Had Another Unfortunate Encounter With Italian FoodTake it easy, man.
  2. Obits
    Mario Borgatti, the Bronx’s Pasta Patriarch, Has DiedBorgatti was born in 1917 and was just 17 when his parents opened up shop on East 187th Street in 1935.
  3. What's Good Here
    Arthur Avenue’s Career Waiter“I have a woman, she won’t even come in here if I’m not here.”
  4. R.I.P.
    Joe Liberatore, Original Arthur Avenue Market Vendor, Has Died at 93The 93-year-old “mayor” of the Arthur Avenue Retail Market was the last of his kind, and started working as a pushcart peddler in 1936.
  5. Openings
    Manhattan Transfers: Bronx’s Buzzy Zero Otto Nove and Brooklyn’sA couple of outer-borough fixtures will see if they can make it in Manhattan.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Google Outs Masaharu Morimoto’s Favorite Karaoke SpotAnd Danny Meyer’s favorite hangs, too.
  7. AC
    Andrew Carmellini Won’t Serve White Truffles at His Next RestaurantThe former A Voce and Café Boulud toque talks about celebrity chefs as he gets ready to open his own place.
  8. The New York Diet
    Dominic Chianese Can’t Avoid the BreadDominic Chianese is singing Italian standards tonight at Columbus 72. But what did he eat this week?
  9. VideoFeed
    Two Chefs (and One Good Eater) Take a Trip to the Bronx If there’s something you can think of better than going up to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx in a big white Buick, for the express purpose of eating sandwiches with your two favorite Italian chefs, then we would like to know what it is. We heeded our lust for salumi and mozzarella and recorded the results for Grub Street posterity. . Roving Chef: Arthur Avenue [Video]
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Weekday Brunch in the West Village; Fine Dining on Henry StreetBrooklyn Heights: Henry Street has become a dining destination. [Brooklyn Paper] Midtown East: Donatella Arpaia’s father, Lello, will open an “elegant Italian place, which has fabric walls and flattering lighting” called Fiorini at 209 East 56th Street this Saturday. [NYT] Tribeca: The co-owner of Murray’s Bagels plans to open his own shop called Original Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish on Chambers at West Broadway by October. [Grub Street] West Village: Paris Commune is trying to woo its detractors by offering weekday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. [NYS] Williamsburg: DuMont Burger is expanding into a space next door in order to separate its takeout business from sit-down dining. [Eater]