"It's not just pizza, it's an art," says Franco Stanzione, the ambitious 23-year-old who's opening Miami's first truly "authentic" Neapolitan pizza shop. "It's so easy to mess up. It only takes a minute."
That's because the pizza at this soon-to-open place takes only 30 seconds to a minu ... More >>
Matteo Paderni leans with one hand on a chocolate-brown bentwood chair and makes a lively gesture with the other. At his Upper Eastside eatery, Ni.Do. Caffé, he speaks in rapid Italian to a 50-something patron, a gentleman wearing a starched white button-down shirt and his brunet hair slicked back ... More >>
An oldie, but goodie, Escopazzo, features a four course wine dinner on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Maybe one of the last places in Miami where a diner can get white glove service and perfectly prepared nibbles, this Italian enclave charges $72 for the degustation and wine pairing. Chef Giancarla B ... More >>