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In the pantheon of New York City cuisine, the Italian sub holds its own alcove of honor alongside others like the hot dog, the slice and the bagel. East Williamsburg’s Graham Avenue Meats has ...

 
Antonio Migliaccio, owner of Noodle Pudding in Brooklyn Heights. After coming to Brooklyn from Italy as a teenager, Antonio worked as a longshoreman while moonlighting in restaurants to learn how to open his own. Noodle Pudding, in its sixteenth year, still packs the house night after night. We sat down with Antonio in search of the secret to the restaurant's success.

Antonio Migliaccio of Noodle Pudding in Brooklyn Heights. After coming to Brooklyn from Italy as a teenager, Antonio worked as a longshoreman while moonlighting in restaurants to learn how to open his own. Noodle Pudding, ...

 
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Jonathan Greenberg of Rosco's Pizza in Crown Heights mastered the art of simple Italian cooking and pizza making at Franny's and Paulie Gee's. Now, he's channeling all ...

 
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New York is known across the planet as the city of relentless reinvention. The skyline reaches ever higher into the clouds; time warps neighborhoods like  funhouse mirrors as wave after wave of newcomers erode and ...

 
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“So…that’s how Brucie came to be. Crazy story right!? You weren’t expecting that, were you?” -Zahra Tangorra, Chef/Owner, Brucie Brucie, the new-kid Italian joint on a stretch of Court Street in ...