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Tony's DiNapoli, UES, took good care of our crowd...

by gutreactions 4 days ago

It was our annual birthday/Father's Day gathering and this year we brought it to Tony's DiNapoli on 3rd & 64th. We we...


gutreactions commented 2 days ago

Pelham Pizzeria celebrates 40th Anniversary!

by gutreactions 10 days ago

Pelham Pizzeria & Ristorante on Fifth Ave. in Pelham is one of the best traditional pizzerias in Westchester, in my o...


foodiemom10583 commented 10 days ago

Moonstruck in NE Philly still worth going to?

by middleagedfoodie 5 months ago

We haven't been there in at least 15 years. The most recent review I found here was from 2014. We don't live too far ...


middleagedfoodie commented 4 months ago

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Dante's Pizzeria | Logan Square - Chicago

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 6 months ago

Returning from Lou Malnati's ( https://www.chowhound.com/post/lou-malnatis-863372?commentId=10063859 ), I circled bac...

Arthur Avenue: best Italian sandwiches?

by tubman 6 months ago

Headed to the zoo and need recs for the best subs/heros/hoagies/grinders (call it what you will) to bring in for lunc...


ptrend commented 6 months ago

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Bartoli's Pizzeria | Roscoe Village - Chicago

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 6 months ago

Time for a short nap after visiting Owens + Alchemy, https://www.chowhound.com/post/owen-alchemy-kombucha-1067169 , b...

Southern Italian pizza at Giulio's, Yonkers...

by gutreactions 9 months ago

I have been researching restaurants that have withstood the test of time: in this case I have set my sights on those ...


vinouspleasure commented 9 months ago

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Reverse Sear for More than Steak?

by hotsawce 12 months ago

I've read a lot of blogs and posts singing the praises of the reverse sear for steaks and roasts. I was wondering if ...

Help with where to eat out near W 55th/Broadway/7th Ave

by adri57 1 year ago

We'll be staying in NY for 9 nights at the Dream Midtown hotel in July and would appreciate some tips about where to ...


coasts commented 1 year ago

In search of Sunday Sauce

by Lamericano 1 year ago

I'm on a mission to visit any NYC restaurant serving a traditional Italian-American "Sunday Sauce" or "Gravy". Pl...


atdcom commented 1 year ago

Searching for: A great sicillian "Braciole" (NY Little Italy Style)

by flightsurgeon 1 year ago

One of my favorite memories of childhood, was our Sunday trek to NY's little Italy with my mother's parents for the m...


DavidT commented 1 year ago

Cucina 25, Riverhead, Long Island

by Motosport 1 year ago

We stopped at Cucina 25 Saturday night and had an amazing meal. Two young entrepreneurs re-invented the old Parto/...


Motosport commented 1 year ago

Macaroni Grill - What is the appeal????

by dicey12 9 years ago

My family adores this place. I hate it. So, I'm posting here partly to complain, partly in hopes someone can explai...


arteri commented 1 year ago

Maggiano's vs. Romano's Macaroni Grill

by Bob Brooks 12 years ago

I don't much care for chains but I have to say I was rather impressed at the quality I experienced at Maggiano's. ...


fourunder commented 1 year ago

Toasted Ravioli on the Hill

by ohso 1 year ago

I only have an opportunity to stop at one place and I've nailed it down to three restaurants. Which one should I vis...


lemons commented 1 year ago

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Slices & Cannoli @ Sal's New Yorker Pizzeria in Cotati (Sonoma County)

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by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

Last month I pulled out of heavy traffic on 101 to make a late lunch/early dinner stop in Cotati. Sal's New Yorker Pi...

Old School Italian just like Grandma used to make

by liznj73 1 year ago

If your looking for old School Italian check out Cucci Mommas in Keansburg NJ. It's great for casual dining and take ...


bropaul commented 1 year ago

Italian - Sunday Gravy like Grandma

by larrenm 1 year ago

Going to Manhattan next weekend and looking for a restaurant that serves Sunday Gravy/macaroni like Your Iralian gran...


sam1 commented 1 year ago

Veal Parmigiana in Williamsburg (hint: stay away from Parm)

by Blumie 1 year ago

I'm a huge veal parm fan, and since moving to Williamsburg last year, I have hit three neighborhood spots to give it ...


Blumie commented 1 year ago

Connie's - Richmond Hill

by E.Kantro 11 years ago

Connie's, a red sauce italian has long been closed, but they existed for many years with their signature dish "Fried ...


mrjvzucco commented 1 year ago

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