Dishes are Italian in spirit but made with a touch of local flair
EDITOR'S NOTE: In a three-part series, NRN examines how American restaurants interpret the cuisines of different parts of Italy. In today’s installation: Southern Italian food. Italian cuisine ranks as the most popular “ethnic” cuisine in the United States, according to the National Restaurant Association and just about anyone else you might ask. And with most of this country’s more than 15 million Italian-Americans having roots in the five southernmost regions of ...
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