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I Sodi

  1. grub guides
    Where to Eat Soul-Warming Lasagna in New York City Right NowIt’s a scientific fact that lasagna is the best food known to man.
  2. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Italian Restaurants in New YorkThe foremost practitioners of New York’s favorite cuisine.
  3. Grub Guides
    The 11 Best Pasta Cacio e Pepes in NYCThe old cucina povera standby is having a moment.
  4. Expansions
    Via Carota Will Expand Next DoorExpect dinners to go, book signings, and cicchetti. (Maybe.)
  5. Openings
    Via Carota Now Serving Stupendously Good Bunless Burgers on Grove Street“No bun because bread is boring.”
  6. Grub Guides
    The 12 Best Garlicky Dishes in New York Right NowNow is not the time to worry about minty-fresh breath.
  7. Fall Preview 2014
    Buvette’s Jody Williams and I Sodi’s Rita Sodi to Join Forces at ViaTwo cooks, one kitchen.
  8. Other Magazines
    Lucky Peach Auction Includes All 10 Back IssuesAct now and you’ll get the ramen-themed first issue.
  9. In Season
    In Season: Rita Sodi’s Red Cabbage SaladYou can find good cabbage any time of the year, but winter is the brassica’s finest hour.
  10. The Other Critics
    Cheshes Compares Il Matto to Ninja; Sietsema Raves for I SodiPlus: Sushi of Gari gets docked for bluefin, and praise for Pulino’s pizzas.
  11. In the Magazine
    Reasons to Love New York, Food EditionReasons to love the magazine this week: political hot-dog stands, butchers with groupies, and international grocery shopping, just to name a few.
  12. Other Critics
    Bruni Blasts Delicatessen; Apiary Looks Good, Tastes MehAlso in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews: I Sodi, Libertine, JoeDoe, and Five Napkin Burger.
  13. The Other Critics
    Three Inevitable Stars for Ko; Five Surprising Stars for Eleven MadisonKo cleans up, despite all its hardships, but that’s no surprise; Restaurant Girl’s going gaga for Eleven Madison Park at this late day, though, is.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Wing Woes on First Avenue; French Bistro Tougher Than Gun Shots in BrooklynDitmas Park: Patois and Sweetwater owner Jim Mamary is opening a French bistro at the corner of Newkirk Avenue and Argyle Road, and his progress hasn’t been hampered by a recent shooting nearby: “You can’t open up a flower shop on a strip nobody would walk on. It’s us guys who take the risks. Restaurants take the risks.” [NYT via Eater] East Village: Despite having encouraged wing reservations for yesterday’s big game, Atomic Wings lost track of orders and left customers waiting one to two hours for what turned out to be cold Buffalo not-so-goodness. [Grub Street] Financial District: A new Mexican cantina called Mad Dog and Beans has brought fish tacos and chiles rellenos to Pearl Street. [Zagat] Soho: Palacinka has lost its lease. [Eater] West Village: L’Impero alum chef Michael Genardini will be in the kitchen of a rustic Italian eatery called I Sodi, which should be ready this March in the former Puff & Pao space. [TONY]