Your lunch hour just got a whole lot red-saucier.
The twelve-seat spot is a reservations-only raw bar.
“This place is like Il Mulino for hipsters.”
Between them, the women have 95 years of cooking experience.
Bringing shrimp carbonara and 'Godfather'-esque tile floors to Greenwich Village.
There's going to be so much food you won't see your tablecloth.
The familiar neon sign has been hijacked with a new name.
The 100-plus-seat full-service restaurant will be at the park's southern tip.
Newfangled mid-century Italian on Thompson Street.
More and more chefs are opening casual restaurants before moving into fine dining, a complete reversal of the traditional model for growth.
The 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.
A new sandwich stand from the guys behind the game-changing Torrisi Italian Specialties will be open for the rest of the season.
Plus: a healthy yogurt shop in Bushwick, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
His feeling is that it's going to change the face of Italian food in America.
Plus: Marc Forgione pitches a Southeast Asian concept, and the latest liquor-license drama!
Good news for those who prefer their chicken-parm heros meticulously crafted by classically French-trained superchefs.