Though the dining public remains preoccupied with Tuscan, Brooklyn's ancient red-sauce palaces still beckon. Hunkered down in remote neighborhoods, eluding guidebooks and tipsters, they look to distant memories of Naples, Apulia, Sicily, and the Sorrentine Peninsula for inspiration. Nothing is more pleasant on a crisp autumn evening than scouring Bensonhurst, Bath Beach, and Bay Ridge for the neon glow of these fossil... More >>>
By photo: Taylor Pope
Revisit ancient pre-Tuscan days at one of Brooklyns hallowed red-sauce palaces.