For decades, Italian cuisine in New York meant red sauce and lots of it. With the opening of Bamonte's in 1900 and Ferdinando's Focacceria four years later, tomato-heavy Neapolitan and Sicilian restaurants enjoyed a certain sustained verisimilitude, carrying the torch for their motherland while pavi ... More >>
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Gabriel Stulman expands his Greenwich Village empire
I review Perla this week, a charming new Italian restaurant in the West Village from restaurateur Gabriel Stulman, with chef Michael Toscano in the kitchen. Read the full review here. I also got a tip on the best kind of eatin' pants:
If this veal tongue could talk...