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Silvano Marchetto

  1. crime scenes
    Former Da Silvano Owner Recovering After Late-Night AttackThey fractured his trachea and made off with $1,800 in cash and foreign currency.
  2. Poor Taste
    After a Sexual Harassment Suit, Team Da Silvano Digs Itself Into a Deeper HoleDa Silvano is not squeaky clean.
  3. Slideshow
    A First Look at ScuderiaInside Silvano Marchetto’s new Italian trattoria.
  4. Openings
    Da Silvano Team Will Open Casual Concept, Scuderia, on March 9The new trattoria across from Da Silvano marks a changing of the guard, of sorts. A first look at the menu.
  5. Beef
    Bar Pitti Owner on Da Silvano Feud: Eh, WhateverSilvano Marchetto, on the other hand, has plenty to say about his business partner turned enemy.
  6. Mediavore
    Silvano’s Pedicure Makes Waves; Bush Offends Asparagus FarmersPlus celebs and their babies at Brasserie Cognac, chefs’ cheap-eats picks, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  7. In the Magazine
    Making Sense of Summer EatsThis week’s magazine delves into barbecue and gelato.
  8. NewsFeed
    Boqueria, Scuderia Gallo Approved for Liquor Licenses at CB MeetingIt wasn’t easy for Boqueria and Scuderia Gallo to get their liquor licenses, but get them they did.
  9. NewsFeed
    Boqueria Not Coming to 10 Downing StreetLate last month we reported that part of the 10 Downing space was a “leading candidate” for a downtown Boqueria. Despite our fervent hopes and news that the deal was “confirmed,” reported by Eater, it isn’t, alas, to be. “We’re glad that there’s a such a sense of anticipation about Boqueria,” owner Yann de Rochefort tells us, “but we are not closing at 10 Downing because the landlord is going with another tenant. We notified the community board a week ago of the fact that we are withdrawing our application.” Grub Street has learned from another source near the project that the likely new tenant of the spot will be none other than Silvano Marchetto, the eponymous owner of Da Silvano across the street. It will be he, or at least his representatives, who seeks Community Board 2’s approval tonight. But a new Boqueria is definitely on the way, somewhere. Just not on Downing Street. Earlier: Coming Soon: Boqueria, Part Dos