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Neapolitan pie dream team. Kesté's Roberto Caporuscio joins forces with mentor Don Antonio Starita to turn out pretty much any kind of 'za you can think of. Filled and fried, white, red, glu... read more
Little monsters can eat the same spaghetti with meatballs and macaroni and cheese that GaGa grew up on when they dine at Joanne Trattoria, her parents' newest offspring. Spotlighting classic Italia... read more
Not so much a bar as a more neighborhoody version of big sib restaurant Al di Là. (Corvo references Crown Heights’ past as Crow Hill). Fave pastas carry over, joined by new attractions... read more
Not a P.E. euphemism, named for a harness racer from a partner's family. Steed is immortalized on the walls, amid vintage brick and tin surrounds. Wood-burning oven ups the atmosphere, cranks out t... read more
Quirky Nolita ‘za joint expands with bigger EV satellite. Art-bedecked dining spaces, craft brews up at the bar. Dual wood burning ovens for Neapolitan bites, creative excursions like sho... read more
Straight outta Salerno, culinary savants Fabio Casella and Vincenzo Scardino preside over one of the nicest Italian joints on the Upper East Side. The pizzas are amazing, from the plain but well-ex... read more
The Long Tail as applied to restaurants, serving a niche specialty out of a rustic wood and white tile space. Fortunately, everybody loves meatballs. Especially when they're cooked up by serious ... read more
Name sounds like a children’s story, but neighborhood gastropub delivers grown-up tastes. Chili dogs get upgraded with Kobe beef, corndogs add lobster and Pommery, mac 'n' cheese benefits fro... read more
Torrisi vents pressure by opening spin-off lunch counter. Kitschy feel with red ‘50s stools, vintage wallpaper, black and white tile floor. Long bar rocks Schaeffer beeramid, full cocktail ca... read more
Slightly larger, more Manhattan-y version of Neapolitan spot already lighting it up in Williamsburg. Industrial accents join vintage touches like tin ceilings, white tile, brick walls. Signature pi... read more
Helmed by kitschy sweetery Cupcake Stop's chef Thomas Mosera, this Italian joint serves its namesake cuisine in up to 12 varieties, from the quotidian Bolognese and bechamel lasagna, to lobster wit... read more
Watch your meats get carved at this Italian restaurant with a butcher shop in the dining room and a slew of homemade pastas. Red meat and red sauce is predominantly on the menu, and the open kitche... read more
From the king of the jungle to an UES coronation: John DeLucie follows up Lion success with a crown jewel near the Met. Elegant duplex nestled into 1901 neo-French Renaissance townhouse. Clubby woo... read more
Frankies Castronovo and Falcinelli bring a second charmer to the big town. Like its sibs, reclaimed space emphasizes classic look. Clubby wood, sedate earth tones, elaborate paneled ceiling. Local/... read more
Brindisi-bred chef brings Adriatic/Medi influences to the Flatiron. Seasonal menu gets ambitious with almond-crusted rack of lamb, saffron risotto cake and bone marrow. Homemade pastas aplenty, don... read more
The Long Tail as applied to restaurants, serving a niche specialty out of a rustic wood and white tile space. Fortunately, everybody loves meatballs. Especially when they're cooked up by serious ch... read more
As name suggests, all about pizza, art, and the art of pizza. Wood-fired oven heats up to a proper 900˚ for just the right sear on ten classic pies. Neapolitan inspirations anchored by the Margheri... read more
Subterranean space rocking Modena-made wood-burning oven. Said bricks turn out seasonal 'zas topped with the likes of mustard greens and bresaola, hen of the woods and ramps, farm eggs and lardo fo... read more
Arthur Avenue legend makes a play for Manhattan palates. Name references the area code of Salerno, the chef’s hometown and inspiration for fine southern Italian dining. Wood-fired pies are th... read more
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