On March 27 ENIT offered an Italian style “Aperitivo,” an occasion for lovers of Italy to come together and better understand the culture and the lifestyle of the boot-shaped country, and to discover Italy's up-and-coming areas and hidden gems.
John Mariani's book narrates the rise of Italian-American food culture and the emigrants who made it possible. It was a journey fueled by endurance, passion and triumph that will inspire a whole new appreciation for the foods we are so enamored by today.
At the Summer Fancy Food Show Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella introduced Club EATalian, an educational program presented by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and the Italian Trade Commission meant to showcase healthy alternatives to highly processed food-based meals for American kids and their parents
Michele Scicolone, gastronomy expert, and Lou di Palo and Louis Coluccio Jr., owners of two important Italian stores in NYC, were guests @ Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò (NYU) as part of the GRI series "Genuinely Italian"
At the beautiful NYU Fales Library on February 3rd, an intimate team of panelists explored why and how New York loves Italian. The complexity of this answer might surprise you and entice you to try something new in the realm of Italian New York.