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Former Del Posto chef Mark Ladner is doing Spaghetti & Meatballs in 30 seconds flat at his new fast casual pasta restaurant.
The Korean-Italian fusion menu has been retooled to includes lots of pastas, crudos, carpaccios, and...there are chairs with BACKS.
Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli cook some of the best Italian food in New York City, only it's not what you'll be expecting.
Aunt Jake's favors the "choose your own adventure"-style of dining, encouraging diners to pick a pasta to pair with one of the restaurant's sauces.
The new restaurant in the Columbia Street Waterfront District offers hybrid dishes like a Hot Chicken Milanese doused in hot chili oil.
The Sosta is a new fast casual pasta place opening in Nolita.
It's called Cecconi's Dumbo and it's an offshoot of a London-born Italian restaurant of the same name that's been operating since 1978.
The solid spot features "ancient recipes" from a village in the mountains off Italy's Amalfi Coast, where the owner is from.
Step aside squares there's a new pizza shape in town.
Inside the soft, salty bread are the sandwich-sized versions of classic Italian entrees like braised oxtail, chicken cacciatore, eggplant parmigiana and meatballs.
Cocktails use Italian spirits and they're doing a small menu of Italian-inspired eats, too.
The restaurant offers hearty Italian pastas, plus the option to make your own pasta creation.
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