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Italian

  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Muffuletta in New YorkThe great New Orleans sandwich is finally gaining ground in New York.
  2. restaurant review
    Legacy Records Lacks the Spark and Sizzle of Its Downtown SiblingsMuch of the menu at the Charlie Bird team’s Hudson Yards venture has a curiously underwhelming quality.
  3. pasta primers
    Get to Know This Season’s Hottest New Pasta ShapeCaramelle is obscure, playful, and a sudden favorite of New York’s cutting-edge Italian chefs.
  4. openings
    Fausto Opens in Old Franny’s Space This WeekExpect housemade pasta, wood-fired main courses, and a serious wine program.
  5. openings
    PJ Calapa Opens Coastal-Italian Restaurant Scampi in the Flatiron DistrictChef-owner PJ Calapa opens the coastal-Italian Scampi this week in the Flatiron District.
  6. openings
    Maialino Vet Chris McDade Brings ‘Hot Chicken’ Milanese to BrooklynPopina will specialize in southern and Italian, not Southern Italian.
  7. cheap eats 2017
    A Taxonomy of Italian Street Food, From Rice Balls to Spaghetti ConesHow to tell a trapizzino from a tramezzino and a panzerotto from a fried pizza.
  8. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Italian Restaurants in New YorkThe foremost practitioners of New York’s favorite cuisine.
  9. restaurant review
    Italienne Succeeds Most When It Keeps Things SimpleIt’s designed to be two restaurants in one, but two cuisines and two menus can be too much.
  10. restaurant review
    Restaurant Review: Barano Specializes in Nouveau Red SauceAl Di Meglio’s new restaurant brings southern Italy to South Williamsburg with dry-aged meatballs and decadent clam pizzas.
  11. openings
    All-Star Team Opening Italian Restaurant in the Lion’s Former HomeIt’s called Casa Apicii.
  12. Openings
    First Look at Barano in WilliamsburgAlbert Di Meglio returns to his Southern Italian roots.
  13. Restaurant Review
    Pasquale Jones Brings Something Fresh to the Dining LandscapeMario Batali’s La Sirena, on the other hand, not so much.
  14. Openings
    La Pecora Bianca, Opening Tonight, Is Helmed by a Massimo Bottura DiscipleIt’s located in Nomad, on Broadway and 26th.
  15. Openings
    Sessanta, Inside the SIXTY Soho Hotel, Looks Like a Great Go-To Italian SpotJohn McDonald’s newest restaurant opens on Monday.
  16. Video Feed
    Watch a 91-Year-Old Italian Grandma Cook With Weed“Chicken pot-cciatore” is her signature infused dish.
  17. Openings
    First Look at Pagani, Now Open in the West VillageThe multiregional Italian menu includes veal meatballs and lots of pasta.
  18. Slideshow
    First Look Into Stella Barra, Grand-Opening Tomorrow in HollywoodJeff Mahin strikes again, this time with an expanded menu featuring handmade pastas and house-baked bread.
  19. Video Feed
    Watch Chi Spacca Study The Science of SalumiChad Colby and Mario Batali meditate on the ambitious cured Italian meats restaurant.
  20. Empire Building
    Fat Sal’s Deli Expanding to HollywoodThe Italian deli, co-owned by Entourage’s Turtle, isn’t afraid to throw East Coast stereotypes in our faces.
  21. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Wildcraft Sourdough Pizza, Opening Monday in Culver CityProviding the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one’s going to be slammed.
  22. Guest Stars
    Tuscan Chef Antonio Guida Cooking at Tower Bar, March 8-14The Michelin-starred chef’s four-course menu will cost the curious a whopping $135.
  23. Look Who's Popping Up
    What Evan Funke Is Bringing to ‘This Is Not a Pop-Up,’ Wednesday at Square OneIt appears the chef is trading places with Jeremy Fox.
  24. The Other Critics
    Gold Drops L.A.’s Top Ramen; Scattergood Seeks Out PorchettaIn Orange County, Brad A. Johnson gives DivBar a sterling review, a day before the chef takes off.
  25. Look Who's Popping Up
    Walter el Nagar’s Barbershop Moving to Mar VistaThe Italian pop-up will serve dinner out of La Petite Creperie.
  26. Guest Stars
    Mozza Cooking at The Strand House, February 11Matt Molina and Nancy Silverton are cooking their classics like brown butter egg raviolo and butterscotch budino.
  27. Slideshows
    First Look Into RivaBella, Now Open on SunsetThe look insinuates a rustic townhouse owned by a land-tiller with a lot of lira.
  28. Openings
    Hostaria del Piccolo Now Open in VeniceThe menu remains the same as the Santa Monica original, but in a breezier, more open room.
  29. Openings
    Check Out Gino Angelini’s Menus at RivaBella, Open Tonight in West HollywoodWill the authentic, intimate cooking of this Emilia-Romagna’s master-chef translate to a West Hollywood mega-restaurant?
  30. Coming Soon
    Casa Nostra Expanding to DowntownThe 120-seat restaurant is taking over the former Magnolia space.
  31. Openings
    Pace Chef Comes Down The Hill to Sirena, Open Tonight For DinnerSeafood, handmade pastas, pizza, and grass-fed meats are being prepared by Sandy Gendel.
  32. The Other Critics
    Besha Basks in Bestia; O.C. Weekly Tears Into Fast Food MavenElsewhere, Jonathan Gold looks at his favorite dishes of the past year.
  33. Trimmings
    Osteria La Buca Launches Private AYCE Dinner Parties$30 per person buys your brood rights to the space, with unlimited food and wine, all night in its brand-new “Pasta Room.”
  34. Foodievents
    Gavin Mills Preparing ‘Feast of the Seven Fishes’ at Suzanne Goin’s TavernThe recently hired British chef will prepare four courses of Italian seafood dishes.
  35. Look Who's Popping Up
    Chef Walter el Nagar Pops-Up With Barbershop Ristorante Italiano, at Il CovoThe chef’s credits include positions at Il Grano and La Botte.
  36. RivaBella
    RivaBella Bringing Gino Angelini To West Hollywood, Opening This WinterSome of the chef’s staples will be served with traditional pizza and pasta in an 8,000-square-foot space.
  37. Openings
    What to Expect at Bestia, Opening November 23 in DowntownDowntown sizable L.A.’s new Italian wants to be known for chef Ori Menashe’s house-cured salumi, wood-roasted Neapolitan, and hand-made pasta.
  38. Slideshow
    40 Years and 40 Bites: A Look Back at Valentino’s Anniversary DinnerMarzipan fruits from an order of silent nuns, natural wine from Mt. Etna, and 25 cooks in the kitchen marked the occasion.
  39. Coming Soon
    Former Rustic Canyon Chef Evan Funke Opening Bucato in Culver CityWith handmade pastas using ancient techniques, a porchetta spit, and wood-burning stove, who really needs a Rao’s?
  40. Imports
    It Looks Like Rao’s Really Will Open a Hollywood LocationThe location veers away from the city’s tourist epicenter, but should appeal to L.A.’s more label-conscious elite.
  41. Openings
    What to Eat at L’Apicio, the New One From the Dell’anima TeamThe restaurant opens tonight.
  42. Openings
    First Look at Felice 15, Bringing Swanky Italian to the FiDi on WednesdayChow down like it’s pre-2008.
  43. Openings
    What to Eat at Numero 28 Cucina, Expanding Beyond Pizza on the UWSThe restaurant opens tonight.
  44. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Fabbrica, Serving Espresso and Pastries in Williamsburg, With aThe pastry chef hails from Balthazar and the chef from a triple-Michelin-starred place in Modena, Italy.
  45. Taste Test
    Superba Snack Bar: Rose Avenue’s Change We Can Believe InJason Neroni’s inventive pastas and salumi might just be the best thing about the block’s sudden conversion from sleepy surf town street to the “next Abbot Kinney.”
  46. Let's Do Lunch
    Lunch Is On at Osteria DragoThe West Hollywood audience will appreciate a kale and vegetable soup, and salads in both small and entree proportions.
  47. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Angolo Soho, Opening TonightExecutive chef Michael Berardino knows his meat and wine-friendly Italian food.
  48. Coming Soon
    Hostaria del Piccolo Developing Ciboteca ConceptThe Italians are sticking to their code of omerta on what we can only guess is a neighboring sandwich concept.
  49. Prix-Fixes
    ‘Lazy Tuesdays’ Begin at Bagatelle; ‘Sunday Suppers’ Start at Mercato di VetroTwo new deals at West Hollywood Europeans take their names from the days of the week.
  50. Trimmings
    Santa Monica Pier Considers Rooftop DiningThe owners of Al Mare are pushing a new proposal to combine dining and coastal views.
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