If you haven't eaten lunch yet, call Porchetta.
As long as you're relaunching Convivio and creating Marea, why not start a new restaurant in New Jersey, too?
Scott Conant whips out his sauce recipe.
Italian chefs have been talking up a newcomer doing great things in the East Village. Heed their word.
Jimmy Carbone, of Jimmy's No. 43 fame, opens a cafê adjacent to the Here Arts Center.
White and partner Chris Cannon can live with the rent that drove San Domenico downtown.
After leaving A Voce, Andrew Carmellini has plans for his own place.
John Penley, the “slack-tivist” who protested the Bowery Wine Company the other week, is not happy.
Green floors and foams from the owner of Bocca and Cacio e Pepe.
Owner Tony May wants to make his Italian restaurant into a volume business.
Chef Michael White's restaurant gets out of Scott Conant's shadow.
Will Dell'Anima's success extend to a new location?
A year after leaving Alto and L'Impero, chef Scott Conant introduces us to his latest Italian venture.
Fabio Trabocchi has been making handmade pasta on his chitarra for over twenty years.
Be in the right place over the next few days, and free Pecorino pastas will be yours.
A trio of 'Sopranos' actors will buy and rework de' Medici restaurant in the Bronx, for the sake of a reality TV project.
Patsy's the restaurant scores an abstract victory over Patsy's the pizzeria.
Giancarlo Quadalti’s new eatery will have a Tuscan theme, but the location is still TBD.
Dominic Chianese is singing Italian standards tonight at Columbus 72. But what did he eat this week?