In New York City, Italian restaurants capture the imagination; after all, the stretch of rustic restaurants and cafes along Mulberry Street, a “Welcome to Little Italy” sign at its entrance, is an icon of New York—and, incidentally, contains some the best restaurants in New York City. But good Italian food can be found just about anywhere here. Ceci Italian Cuisine and La Masseria comprise some of the many restaurants in Times Square, and Zero Otto Nove is one of several Manhattan restaurants that specialize in cuisine from a specific region—in this case, Chef Roberto’s home town of Solerno.

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