Louie Bossi's Aims to Redefine Italian Cuisine in South Florida
Chef Louie Bossi will tell you he likes to make everything from scratch. A childhood memory of him dabbling at the family's gas kitchen stove heating kernels over an open flame meant that even the first meal he made for himself -- popcorn -- was hand-popped.
Yum's the word
Tucked in a tiny lot at the end of a Thong Lor soi, Gossip dishes out delicious Mediterranean-influenced Italian cuisine Many call it a secret gem.
Second Helpings: Il Terrazzo Carmine
Pioneer Square is a neighborhood in transition but 30-year-old Il Terrazzo Carmine remains a beacon of gracious, old-school Italian dining, from start-a lavish antipasti array with a basket of Grand Central Bakery ciabatta- to finish: leftovers tucked into take-home bags with red tissue paper, like a parting gift.
Chef Jason Stratton dishes on why Aragona is switching from Spanish to Italian
Chef/owner Jason Stratton stands in Aragona during the build-out last year. The Spanish-themed downtown Seattle restaurant will close for the weekend Sept.
Saint Anthony's Feast Celebrates 95 Years This Labor Day Weekend
St. Anthony's Feast, awarded Best Festival in 2013 by the Boston A-List, will be back in the North End from Friday, Aug. 29 to Sunday, Aug. 31. The annual event takes place during the weekend of the last Sunday in August.
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