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

by gutreactions 4 months 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 4 months ago

Pelham Pizzeria celebrates 40th Anniversary!

by gutreactions 4 months ago

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


foodiemom10583 commented 4 months ago

Moonstruck in NE Philly still worth going to?

by middleagedfoodie 9 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 8 months ago

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Dante's Pizzeria | Logan Square - Chicago

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 10 months ago

Returning from Lou Malnati's ( ), I circled bac...

Arthur Avenue: best Italian sandwiches?

by tubman 10 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 10 months ago

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Bartoli's Pizzeria | Roscoe Village - Chicago

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 10 months ago

Time for a short nap after visiting Owens + Alchemy, , b...

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

by gutreactions 1 year 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 1 year ago

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Reverse Sear for More than Steak?

by hotsawce 1 year 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 13 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 2 years 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 2 years ago

Italian - Sunday Gravy like Grandma

by larrenm 2 years ago

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


sam1 commented 2 years ago

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

by Blumie 2 years 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 2 years ago

Connie's - Richmond Hill

by E.Kantro 12 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 2 years ago

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