Italian

Cibo E Beve’s Spring Menu

Now, when you think of an Italian restaurant, you think more of wine than cocktails, right? But you should be sampling at least one pre-dinner cocktail when you come to Cibo, because they are so darn delicious. In the name of research, I sampled the three of the four new […]

Chef Linda Harrell: Little Italy to the Big A

1 on 1 with Chef Linda Harrell: Anthony Bourdain professes, “Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go.” Executive Chef Linda Harrell knows this to be true.  Learn about Linda’s culinary journey from Little Italy to the Big A. Chef Linda Harrell grew up with Italians, […]

Campagnolo: Quality Italian in Midtown

Campagnolo, open for about a year, is located in the heart Midtown, near Piedmont Park. Chef Daniel Chance, with 15 years cooking experience, cranks out delectable pasta dishes and more. While the menu is Italian, he says he likes to sneak a little of his French cooking skills into the mix too. You probably have […]

Boccalupo, Inman Park, Atlanta, Restaurant Review

Bruce Logue is the godfather of pasta. There, I said it. The man is a veritable genius when it comes the fine art of pasta making. Ever since stepping foot into the awkward space of La Pietra Cucina, I fell in love with Bruce Logue’s cooking. And I although I was saddened to hear when […]

Davios Spring Menu

Davios, the Italian restaurant located in Buckhead at Phipps Plaza, has launched a new spring menu and we were invited to sample some of the goodies. As usual, there are lovely wines offered by Davio’s that pair well which each course. See the new spring items below, available now at Davio’s. Double Cream Burrata Cheese, […]

STG Trattoria Does Lunch

STG Trattoria, the Italian casual eatery in Buckhead, has added lunch service as well as a new chef. Chef Sean Telo, most recently of STK, just began just a couple weeks ago. We attended a media preview last week to sample some of his new lunch offerings. Lunch service at STG Trattoria begins Tuesday, February, […]

Brunching at Cibo E Beve

It is always a treat to uncover a new Brunch spot! Especially when the word hasn’t spread and you have the place to yourself. The Misfit Foodies say, “Brunch at Cibo e Beve, (pronounced Chee-boh e Bevay) is wonderful and we are here to spread the good word!” A group of us foodies decided to […]

Caffe Fortunato: Italian Seafood in Marietta

Caffe Fortunato, an Italian spot located OTP in Marietta, is turning out some fantastic entrees. Despite the mentions in AJC and Creative Loafing, the restaurant seems rather unknown. On a recent Saturday evening, there were only a handful of other tables at Caffe Fortunato besides my group. Its puzzling as it is pretty inside, the […]

STG Trattoria Now Serving Brunch

I love that so many restaurants are getting into the brunch business. It is refreshing to walk into a restaurant, not having made brunch reservations in advance and not be faced with an hour + wait. Having been to STG Trattoria for dinner, and liking it very much, I was anxious to see how their […]

Summer Strawberry Menu at Figo Pasta

Figo Pasta has been celebrating summer by highlighting summer fruits with a special monthly menu. August’s fruit is strawberries. Figo’s Summer Sagra Menu features a three-course meal features a Bruschetta, Veal Ravioli and Nutella Ravioli for dessert. The limited time menu is only available through August and is available on Saturdays and Sundays at all […]

Vingenzo’s Italian, Woodstock, Atlanta, Ga Restaurant Review

Main Street in Woodstock is home to a variety of cute shops, restaurants and some beautiful loft apartments. Tucked into this space, is also an Italian Restaurant named Vingenzo’s. Vingenzo’s has been open for about three years. Owner, Michael Bologna, has been cooking since he was a young boy. He shared with us how he […]

Double Zero, Sandy Springs, Atlanta, GA, Restaurant Review

Double Zero is one of the new entrants into the Napoletana pizza restaurants throughout the city. Varasano’s, Antico, and the lesser known Vingenzo’s are competitors. The style of pizza involves cooking very thin crust pizza at extremely high temperatures for a short period of time (usually 2-3 minutes). Double Zero gets its name from the […]