The Italian Restaurant, an American Institution
Italian restaurants have been an especially beloved fixture in America for at least a century. Featuring flying pizzas, slippery strands of spaghetti paired with plump meatballs that most have savored since childhood, tomato sauce ladled and consumed by the pint, garlickly and buttered toasted bread quick to leave a grease stain, tender slices of veal, gooey eggplant Parmesan, gregarious owners, the air filled with Sinatra and Martin or Verdi and Donizetti, a lively and comfortable dining room, generous mounds of food, copious amounts of winea .one from this cluttered group of images might be the first evoked in the average American concerning Italian food.
Authentic Italian Cuisine Arrives in Greytown at La Pancetta
La Pancetta , a new 'wine bar delicatessen restaurant' will open in Greytown's historic Wakelin House on Thursday, 15 October. Rachel Priestley of The Prodigal Daughter launches her new venture, supported by well-known hospitality personality Marcus Darley as front of house manager.
A Touch of Italy by Manhattan's Central Park
Manhattan's Central Park is a breath of fresh air in the hustle and bustle of New York's daily life. Its almost 800 acres of trees, grass, water and nature provide a welcome respite for native New Yorkers and tourists alike.
Buon Italiano: Tratoria Fagioli spices up Bunker Hill
Imagine a dinner plate loaded with freshly made pasta al dente, covered in a deliciously homemade tomato sauce, and paired with a side of Focaccia bread baked to perfection. Patricio Sagredo, owner and culinary genius at Tratoria Fagioli, brings a truly authentic flavor to the world of Italian food in the Berkeley County area.
An Italian main-dish pie
Now that it's Friday, you're likely making plans for your weekend. Many cooks refers to themselves as "weekend cooks", in which much of their weekend is in the kitchen, creating all types of wonderful food.
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
Washington, DC 20001