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Some inspiring tales about Italian food
Balsamic vinegar of modena
So precious it was an essential element of every noblewoman’s dowry and regarded as a fiscal asset of a family.
The Genoese have always adored it. In the 1500s they gobbled it during weddings – and even funerals.
Prosciutto di Parma
Sweet and fragrant because it’s cured on the hills that attract the winds from the sea.
Mozzarella di Bufala
Lovers of Mozzarella, at least once in their lives, must travel the Strada della Mozzarella -- the route to happiness.
For 30 years this sensual traditional specialty from Bologna has been illegal in the US. Now it’s back!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
The ancient Romans consumed so much of it that the broken urns that contained it were enough to create a mountain – literally.
Every year in Pachino, Sicily – the undisputed home of the cherry tomato – comes the celebration of “L’Inverdurata," a festival and...
Only in Italy, where the love for food has reached cult status – could there be a Salame Museum. Only in the town of Felino.
On the plateau of Prà, near Genoa, lived a monk who created the sauce that is known throughout the world.
Speck Alto Adige
This seasoned cured meat is found in the ledgers of princes and in the invoices of Tyrolean butchers as far back as the 1200s.
What people says about us
"Great Italian food!"
I went to the restaurant near Bryant Park and the food was simply delicious! I ate fusilli puttanesca while my husband had a salami pizza, and everything was tasty and well cooked. If you love Italian cuisine, you won’t be disappointed...Good service and super reasonable prices!
-Rebecca Pendle, Newark, New Jersey-