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Plates of calamari share table space with shrimp-parmigiana hero sandwiches, baked shells with ricotta and veal picatta in casual pizzeria
Chef with background in haute cuisine uses farm-fresh, locally sourced ingredients, such as wild mushrooms, scallions, and prosciutto
An elegant wine bar and restaurant with tons of brunch and dinner options
An Italian appetizer and dessert bookend a main course of Maine lobster tail and sirloin steak
A meal might begin with fried calamari, grilled octopus, or a wood-fired pizza and then move on to fetuccini with shrimp or chicken parmesan
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Italian restaurant specializing in brick-oven pizzas and pasta dishes
Wood-fired margherita pizza made with fresh mozarella and extra virgin olive oil; pastas cooked in an iron skillet; sangria and dessert
Try a housemade pasta like spinach gnocchi or veal tortellini tossed with a freshly made sauce, followed by a slice of ricotta cheesecake
At this neighborhood pizzeria, pies are topped with classic Italian favorites, including baked ziti, caprese salad, and lasagna
Enjoy authentic Italian classics with dishes such as penne alla vodka, seafood risotto, chicken caprese, and more
Chefs prepare bountiful bowls of pasta and grilled seafood
Cuisine includes house-made potato gnocchi, pistachio-crusted salmon, and beer-braised short ribs
Head over to Central Park for a picnic complete with Pappardella’s antipasti, sandwiches, and desserts
Hot and fresh pizza topped with a range of classic toppings alongside signature garlicky Crazy Bread for dipping in tomato sauce
The sandwich begins with no ordinary pork roast, but a porchetta, made according to a classic Italian recipe.
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