Renowned family-owned Italian salumi purveyor Fratelli Beretta introduced Prosciutto di Carpegna DOP to the Los Angeles market for the first time in brand history. Following its New York launch in late 2018, Prosciutto di Carpegna is now featured on menus at prominent Los Angeles restaurants as well as available for purchase in limited quantities at Eataly Los Angeles and select Gelson’s Market locations.
Since opening more than 22 years ago just outside the gates of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Rotolo’s Pizzeria has grown from a college bar and pizza joint to an established brand across four southern states.
Dominic is making good money with the Italian restaurant he opened three years ago in a small town just outside San Diego. People like his food and he’s earning a good living. But a few months ago, Dominic noticed his profits slipping.
Patxi’s Pizza, a family-friendly chain specializing in Chicago-style deep dish pizzas that was recently purchased by Elite Restaurant Group, has introduced a new and improved menu at all 17 locations in California, Colorado, and Washington.
Chef Pat Pasquale “Pat” Pascarella announces the upcoming opening of Grana, a casual Italian eatery specializing in wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, housemade pasta, authentic Italian specialties and more.
In the restaurant industry, where concepts often burn out in less than a year, making it to five years—or even a decade—is a monumental feat. The Old Spaghetti Factory is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019.
Nina & Rafi, the Old Fourth Ward Italian restaurant and bar from restaurateur and bar aficionado Billy Streck of Hampton + Hudson and Anthony Spina of O4W Pizza, soft opened in December along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside trail.
Carrabba's Italian Grill is offering effortless solutions to plan any-size holiday lunch, dinner or event with a new catering menu of hand-prepared dishes. New sandwich selections and a variety of Carrabba's favorites are now bundled for value with the convenience of online ordering for delivery or carry-out.
Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse Eau Claire has just been honored for its outstanding wine program in Wine Spectator’s 2018 Restaurant Awards. The restaurant is recognized among other winners from all over the globe as a top destination for wine lovers.
The Italian cultural heritage of local food sourcing—olives from your neighbor’s vines, cheese from cows or goats in your uncle’s pastures—is common among the country’s most decorated chefs and their dishes.
Americans might have grown up on red-sauce joints, but the broad flavors of Chicken Parmesan and spaghetti with meat sauce don’t convey all of the flavor nuances that Italy has offer—on the plate or in the glass.
Perhaps no cooking style speaks to tradition as much as Italian cuisine. And perhaps no culture on earth holds food as closely as the people of Italy. From pesto ground from basil leaves in the north to the sweet cannelloni found down south in Sicily, Italian foods are much adored for their regional flair and their down-home characteristics.