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by / on December 12, 2017 at 2:10 pm / in Food For Thought

Cibo e Vino Refreshes Its Menu and Appearance Just in Time for the Holidays

When you first walk into Cibo e Vino, an Italian restaurant and wine bar on the Upper West Side, you can’t help but be struck by the warmth that exudes from every corner of the dining room. High ceilings filled with orb-like lighting fixtures emit a gentle glow, and lush potted plants make you feel like you’re dining in an […]

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by / on March 27, 2017 at 11:50 am / in Food For Thought

Caffé Dei Fiori: Italian As It’s Meant To Be

Manhattan’s Upper East Side is known for expensive shopping, elegant brownstones and impeccable dining. Caffé Dei Fiori fits right in among its peers, serving fresh, house-made Italian cuisine in a small, but chic space in the 70s. With two floors, and prime viewing of bustling Lexington Avenue, the space is rather intimate, and decorated with bright and colorful pieces that […]

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by / on March 4, 2016 at 11:25 am / in Food For Thought

Senza Gluten: Without Gluten and Full of Flavor

As people take a stroll along Sullivan Street, they will stumble upon an Italian restaurant that is unlike any others. Senza Gluten, meaning “without gluten” in Italian, serves traditional Italian dishes completely gluten-free. Once people step inside this quaint eatery, they will be transported from the hustle and bustle of Greenwich Village to an old Italian villa. While many people […]

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by / on November 19, 2015 at 11:35 am / in Food For Thought

We Adore Adoro Lei

Remember the kids’ game Pizza Party? Mixing and matching toppings for your pizza was fun even when it was just cardboard, so imagine how much more fun and exciting it becomes with actual pizza at your disposal. Unusual and intriguing combinations of toppings adorn the Neapolitan pizzas at Adoro Lei. The SoHo pizzeria opened its doors in January 2015 with […]

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by / on November 13, 2015 at 3:15 pm / in Food For Thought

Mulino a Vino: The Windmill That Runs on Wine

Mulino a Vino, a clever play on Italian words, literally means “a windmill that runs on wine.”  More notably, Mulino a Vino is an anomaly because it is a restaurant in the Meatpacking District where you don’t hate everything – in fact, it is just the opposite. This basement wine bar vibe is delightfully enhanced by the spectacular menu and […]

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by / on September 18, 2015 at 12:40 pm / in Food For Thought

High Class Italian Wows at The Leopard at des Artistes

With a history as colorful as its menu, it’s no surprise that The Leopard at des Artistes wows its crowd time and time again. It’s history is rich — a part of the Hotel Des Artistes, which was originally designed as an artist’s cooperative apartment building in 1918, the Café des Artistes (as it was originally named) was designed to […]

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by / on May 5, 2014 at 4:00 pm / in Food For Thought

Asellina Celebrates Three Years in NYC

Restaurants in New York City come and go with more frequency than a Kim Kardashian selfie. So when a restaurant celebrates its three year anniversary, it’s a pretty big deal. Last week, Asellina Ristorante, a fabulous and sophisticated Italian restaurant located at Gansevoort Park in Midtown East, went all out in celebration of its three year anniversary. The restaurant was […]

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by / on April 11, 2014 at 11:20 am / in Food For Thought

Sorry Manhattan Valley, Arco Café’s One to Share

There are some neighborhood joints that are just for the neighborhood. They’re go-to spots where locals-only can expect familiar food and faces, and, when all else fails, they’ll be there for you. Like suppertime security blankets. Then there are those community gems that deserve more than just the usual folk. These outstanding holes-in-the-wall start as best-kept-secrets that eventually, by sheer […]

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by / on March 27, 2014 at 9:45 am / in Food For Thought

Da Marcella: An Italian Experience You Won’t Forget

I think it’s impossible to find a person wh0 doesn’t like Italian food — which makes sense because it’s so darn good, and not to mention, extremely prevalent in New York City. Da Marcella Taverna, located in Greenwich Village, is an intimate and rustic spot for those looking for some homestyle Italian dishes. Restauranteur Manuel Moreno opened up shop using […]

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by / on March 10, 2014 at 3:15 pm / in Food For Thought

A Charming Retreat on the Upper West

One of the many wonderful things about the city is that there are so many museums and exhibits to take advantage of. Sometimes, however, a day of culture can lead to hunger and so we love that there’s a fantastic restaurant located within the New York Historical Society to keep guests satiated. Caffé Storico of Stephen Starr fame, is a […]

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