What's the food rush 2: Fancy plates
THE life of a tourist: walking day in and out, eating, taking pictures and more walking, eating and taking pictures.
Technomic Identifies Ways to Boost U.K. Pizza Sales
However, data suggests that operators have an opportunity to drive incremental sales and traffic by adding healthier options, innovative toppings and speciality pies to their menus.
Longtime Carmel restaurant closes
The Italian restaurant Mangia, a local Carmel eatery since 1997, has closed. Calls to the Carmel City Center business are met with a recorded message that says: "We are currently closed and unable to take your reservation." There is no sign on the doors alerting customers to its closing, but the restaurant sits dark and is locked.
Despite efforts, good prices, Arco Cafe doesn't cover new ground
Arco Cafe's food isn't the worst Italian food in the neighborhood, but it's not quite the best, either.
Alba Osteria: Robert Donna finally gets it right
Alba Osteria has a number of things which set it apart from other Italian restaurants in the area.
Let's Eat: Rustic by nature, classic by taste
I asked last week whether you had to be Italian to cook great Italian food. The answer is no.
Longboat Key-in the Kitchen with: Ciao! Italia
This week we went in the kitchen at Ciao! Italia with owner and chef Carmine Astuto as he prepares his signature veal Elizabeth, a dish named for his daughter on the day she was born.
Reveling in Italy’s restaurants
When I'm in Italy, I generally only eat Italian food. I doubt there's another country in Europe that could hold my palate's interest so easily.
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