Aromi Wine and Food taps into online grocery market
Fiore Screnci, left, and his son Michael Screnci, co-owners of Aromi Culinary Exchange, pose in front of Italian items available from their service in Greenwich, Conn. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016.
A 'Noble' Place
If by those contributions the commendation referred at least partially to the wonderful cooking that comes from the kitchens not only of Pasadena's Celestino but all the Cavaliere's other restaurants, past and present, which he and his brothers have operated in the Los Angeles area since he arrived in 1979, the honor is richly deserved. We've been fans since our first local Drago venture, Il Pastaio, opened its doors on South Lake Avenue in the mid-1990s.
Miami Art Week 2016: The Ten Most Artistic Restaurants in Miami for Art Basel
Soon Miami will be the most exciting city in the country with the return of Art Basel and Miami Art Week. With an action-packed line up of contemporary art fetes, fashionable soires, and restaurants, the challenge comes in deciding what to do.
Sophia's Italian Food Overshadowed by Flash, Laments Chronicle
Chronicle's Brandon Watson found Sophie's noteworthy dishes can be overpowered by the restaurant's club scene. The BDG Hospitality Group opened the modern Italian-American supper club in Bess Bistro's former spot on West 6th Street.
Italian Embassy launches new cookbook
This week saw the launch of a new cook book by the head chef at the Italian Embassy, Danilo Cortellini, at a Prosecco-fuelled reception at the embassy. Cortellini, who was a finalist in the Masterchef Professionals in 2015, says his new cook book, 4 Grosvenor Square , provided a great opportunity to showcase not only his own cooking and the dishes from his native land, but also the good work done by the Italian embassy.
Authentic Italian cuisine and clever dessert choices made for a...
If you want authentic Italian food at reasonable prices in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, then head along to Bella Italia in Huntingdon. My guest and I had a table booked for early evening and at this time there was a mixture of business men and women, families, and a children's birthday party at nearby tables.
Kylie Jenner enjoys an intimate Italian dinner with Tyga after...
Kylie Jenner threw a lavish Thanksgiving feast for friends and family at her Calabasas abode on Thursday night, then documented herself making an extravagant breakfast the following morning. So no doubt the 19-year-old was looking forward to a night with somebody else doing the cooking as she headed to a romantic dinner with Tyga on Friday.
Mario Batali wants Eataly Boston to become a city centerpiece for the next 50 years
Chaos swirled around him during a preview event at Eataly Boston Tuesday morning hours before the Italian market opened to the public, but Mario Batali was in his element. Standing between shelves of pasta in his signature orange Crocs, the celebrity chef and cofounder of the B&B Hospitality Group gregariously shook hands with almost everyone who walked by, treating them like old friends.
Spaghetti source: Inside the history of pasta production
Pasta, the most famous staple of Italian cuisine, was first recorded in Sicily in the 12th century, a few centuries after Arab invaders brought a dried, noodle-like dish to the island. Mainly made with durum wheat and eggs or water, pasta was for many centuries a food reserved for the rich and privileged.
Opened in 1999, and chosen by Gourmet Magazine in 2000 as one of "America's Best Restaurants," Johnny's Half Shell relocated to its present Capitol Hill location in September 2006. Renditions of Chesapeake and Gulf Coast Seafood remained the kitchen's focus, and the restaurant's new home maintained its homespun conviviality. Said Washingtonian Magazine, "The capitol dome shines in the background, a reminder of the new, more serious-minded neighbors who come here. But Johnny's still feels like home." In September 2007, New York Times dubbed the new venue a "Capital Gain" for Washington, DC.
400 N. Capitol St. NW
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