Piattello Italian restaurant stars in Fort Worth’s Waterside


The patio as seen from “The Grove” at Piattello Italian.

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Yes, Mule Alley is shiny, and South Main Village now has both biscuits and pie.

But for four years now, dining out in Fort Worth has been all about bends, banks, forks and sides.

The WestBend, Left Bank, Clearfork and Waterside shopping centers are part of our daily lives, with some anchor restaurants now going into their fifth year.

They all have something worth trying. WestBend has a new Ascension Coffee. Left Bank draws crowds for Snooze. Clearfork shoiwcases steaks at

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Corto: Classic Italian Cuisine in Jersey City

Three years ago, when chef Matt Moschella and his partners were looking for a spot for their new restaurant Corto, they had a simple vision in mind — to make “simple, straightforward food.” The team eventually settled on a former bodega in Jersey City’s Heights neighborhood and transformed the bedraggled interior into a fun, lively dining space that doesn’t look unlike someone’s living room—wooden furniture, cheerful photo wall, and creamy white wall paneling that restored the room’s original look in the ‘30s. A small open kitchen is attached but is not separated from the dining room. The space is meant

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Classic Italian and an Oscar-winning romcom – Doorbell Dinner and a Movie

Pair a takeout meal from Bizzarro Italian Cafe with a streaming screening of ‘Moonstruck’. #k5evening

WHITE CENTER, Wash. — Doorbell Dinner and a Movie pairs a local restaurant that serves great takeout with a good movie you can stream at home, recommended by a Seattle film expert or a member of Team Evening.

DINNER: Classic Italian cuisine from Bizzarro Italian Cafe in White Center/Wallingford

MOVIE: Moonstruckstreaming on Amazon Prime, iTunes, YouTube, and other platforms

For dinner, might we suggest classic Italian food in White Center, at Bizzarro Italian Cafe?

“Bizzarro Italian Cafe started in 1986,” says co-owner

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10 delicious polenta recipes, from scallops to cherry blossom cake | Italian food and drink

Polenta can feel like a food that takes for ever to make only to end up tasting of nothing. But a little invention and a lot of care will elevate your dinner into something tremendous. Here are 10 recipes that do exactly that.

Perfect polenta

Let’s start, as we do so often, with Felicity Cloake. If this is your first experience of polenta, start with her perfect polenta recipe from 2013. It still takes a while to make – three-quarters of an hour of near-constant stirring – and Cloake admits, from experience, that “even the dog won’t touch it”

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The 18 Best Italian Restaurants in Las Vegas

Whether you are in search of an unforgettable plate of pasta or a fresh platter of seafood, enjoy our list of Las Vegas’ best Italian restaurants.

1. Ferraro’s

Family-owned for over 30 years, Ferraro’s is a Las Vegas staple and a must-visit for all Italian-food lovers. Indulge in their exquisite wine menu at the restaurant’s Ora Sociale, or Happy Hour, from 5-7 p.m. daily. Their philosophy, “eat, drink and enjoy yourself,” is evident in every sip, and every bite. 4480 Paradise Road, 702.364.5300

2. Vetri Cucina

Situated on the 56th floor of the Palms Casino Resort, Vetri Cucina not only

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