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Torrisi Italian Specialties

  1. fall preview 2018
    Golden Diner Is the First Solo Project From a Major Food Group and Momofuku VetWith Xian-style gyros and chicken katsu BLTs, Queens native Sam Yoo appeals to both the short-order purist and the 21st-century gastronome.
  2. Closings
    Torrisi Italian Specialties Will Close and Reopen With a Fine-Dining FocusSay good-bye to the salmon cannelloni, probably, on January 1.
  3. Gift Finder 2013
    The Holiday Gift Finder 2013: Regifting-Proof Food BasketsWe asked four great chefs and one cocktail whiz to personalize the impersonal.
  4. Service Issues
    Special Delivery: Cooks Enter the Dining Room and Bring the Kitchen With ThemAt more and more restaurants, cooks are encouraged to take leave of their stations in the kitchen in order to deliver food and interact with customers.
  5. The Ol' Heave-Ho
    ‘You Guys Are Done’: Adam Platt Gets 86’d from ZZ’s“They’re kicking us out. We should go.”
  6. Coming Soon
    Parm Opening New Location in Manhattan (and Signs Point to Brooklyn Too)Italian Thanksgiving comes early this year.
  7. Planned Service Changes
    Torrisi Italian Specialities Tweaks Dinner FormatThe cooks are doing some of the front-of-house stuff now.
  8. Restaurant Review
    Platt: Herculean Portions and a Fervid Fan Base Define Carbone“This place is like Il Mulino for hipsters.”
  9. Everything Bagels
    What the Iconic New York Everything Bagel Has WroughtThere’s an “Everything” version of everything now.
  10. The Grub Street Diet
    Photographer Melanie Dunea Celebrates Her Birthday With Lots of Fantastic“My neighbors and I drank Champagne and annihilated the piñata, and then rushed off to Mission Chinese for dinner.”
  11. Coming Soon
    Parks and Rigatoni: Torrisi Team to Open New High Line RestaurantThe 100-plus-seat full-service restaurant will be at the park’s southern tip.
  12. Lists
    Time Out Releases Its 100 Best Dishes ListHope you’re hungry.
  13. Fall Preview
    The Torrisi Boys Go Old-School With CarboneNewfangled mid-century Italian on Thompson Street.
  14. The Grub Street Diet
    GQ’s Jim Nelson Spends Weekends in the Country, Weeknights at Pok“We capsized a few times in the Delaware, but we never lost the wine.”
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    New Nordic in Williamsburg; Queens Kickshaw Celebrates One YearPlus: Another price hike at Torrisi Italian Specialities, brunch comes to Betel, and more neighborhood news.
  16. Empire Building
    Casual to Cachet: How Chefs Flipped the Model for Restaurant ExpansionMore and more chefs are opening casual restaurants before moving into fine dining, a complete reversal of the traditional model for growth.
  17. Bombshells
    Torrisi Takes Over Rocco RistoranteWe have a signed lease and we’re going to be taking over next year,” said partner Jeff Zalaznick
  18. Snapshot
    Sneak Peek at Parm’s Calamari BeaconA lighted sign means chow down.
  19. Openings
    Parm Opens November 7, Bringing Changes at Torrisi With ItThe new restaurant will handle lunchtime sandwiches, while Torrisi offers its (now more expensive) prix fixe midday.
  20. Bookshelf
    New Silver Spoon to Feature 100 Percent More TorrisiThe cookbook has sold more than one million copies to date, and the forthcoming digital edition has an extra-special added dose of Torissi Italian Specialties.
  21. What to Eat
    Duck, It Turns Out, Really Is the New PorkThe Underground Gourmet takes a look at the sudden explosion of duck dishes around the city.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    Paella Parade at South Street Seaport; Mad Men Happy Hour in EastPlus: the Mixfits Royal Rumble, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  23. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt on Fedora; Details on Torrisi Offshoot, ParmIn this week’s issue of ‘New York.’
  24. Beef
    ‘Overrated’ Torrisi Makes Joe Dobias Want to Move to San FranJoe Doe is back at it!
  25. Empire Building
    Torrisi Italian Specialties Takes Space Next Door for New Restaurant, an ItalianGood news for those who prefer their chicken-parm heros meticulously crafted by classically French-trained superchefs.
  26. In the Magazine
    The Underground Gourmet on Hung Ry; Platt Rounds Up the City’s Best PorkPlus: how to distinguish your heritage breeds, nose-to-tail with April Bloomfield, and more from this week’s ‘New York.’
  27. Lists
    Food & Wine Aims to Be Dominant Force In Listicle WritingHow many lists does that make for 2010, guys?
  28. Lists
    Food & Wine Does Another New Restaurants Listicle; Zagat Releases Their’F&W’ honors Torrisi, WP24, and American Grilled Cheese Kitchen, while Zagat figures out that people are eating out less.
  29. Foodievents
    Last Night at Le Fooding: San Francisco Edges Out New York, For NowOur highly scientific comparative analysis of last night’s first of two SF vs. NY showdowns.
  30. Mediavore
    Brooklyn’s Full of Farms; Torrisi Closed for San GennaroPlus: Brian Bartels joins Fedora team, and GMO salmon gets closer to approval, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Secret Ingredients
    The Secret of Torrisi’s Mozzarella Is Polly-OMake it at home.
  32. Hours of Operation
    Torrisi, Waverly Open to More of the PublicScoring tables at these hot spots just got a little easier.
  33. The Other Critics
    Sifton, Sutton Tolerate the Lion; Cheshes Raves for TanoreenPlus: ‘The New Yorker’ at Torrisi, and Robert Sietsema goes West African.
  34. The New York Diet
    Frank Bruni Succumbs to Heat-Induced Shame Spiral“I’m a fiend for Marcona almonds, I could literally sleep on a bed of them — I could snort them up my nose and I’d probably be happy.”
  35. The Other Critics
    Sifton Boards Torrisi Love Train; Cuozzo, Cheshes Split on Má PêchePlus: Cheshes and Cuozzo underwhelmed by Má Pêche, and Gael Greene goes to the Hamptons, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  36. The Other Critics
    ABC Kitchen Wins Sifton Over; Brooklyn Fare Is ‘Astonishing’And more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  37. The Food Chain
    The Torrisi Team Really Relates to Char No. 4’s Lamb Pastrami“It’s a lamb shoulder that he puts in a brine and is cooked like a regular pastrami in a smoker. Matt named his smoker, it’s called Gus.”
  38. The Other Critics
    Sifton Falls for Prime Meats; Cheshes Hops in the Zengo Time MachinePlus: Sutton unimpressed by Pulino’s, and Gael Greene goes to Lugo Caffé, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  39. The Food Chain
    Matt Molina Thinks Torrisi Italian Specialties’ Ricotta Gnocchi Is Perfect“They were light and fluffy, and the texture and flavor of the ricotta were not compromised by its binding agent of flour and egg … a perfect balance.”
  40. Video Feed
    Andrew Carmellini, Career CounselorThe Locanda Verde chef sits down with some of his former employees in a new episode of “Muchies.”
  41. Menu Changes
    Torrisi’s ‘Tremendous Bargain’ Is Now a Little Less TremendousA price hike at the new critics’ darling.
  42. Mediavore
    Ramps on Watch List; Fairway Mulls Upper East SidePlus: outdoor adventures add cooking, and Japan suspends beef exports, all in our morning news roundup.
  43. In the Magazine
    Five Stars for Torrisi Italian Specialties; a Comprehensive Guide to Raw MilkAlso in this week’s magazine: a Mexican-inspired Popsicle stand, and pedigreed eggs at Cafe Pedlar.
  44. Photo Plates
    What to Eat for Dinner at Torrisi Italian SpecialtiesThe prix fixe menu, illustrated.
  45. In the Magazine
    Platt Wary of Colicchio & Sons; Map the Bowery’s New Restaurant RowAlso in this week’s magazine: Meyer lemons are in season, and a new dinner menu at Torissi’s Italian Specialties.
  46. Neighborhood Watch
    Butcher Bay Team Plans Bistro; New Mediterranean Eatery in Cobble HillPlus: Rachael Ray and Ruth Reichl sign up for Times Talks, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  47. Openings
    First Look at Torrisi Italian SpecialtiesCafé Boulud alums Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone open an Italian deli stocked with domestic products.
  48. In the Magazine
    Platt: Where to Eat in 2010Also in the magazine this week: the opening of Torrisi Italian Specialties.