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Di Palo Fine Foods

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Our Tip 100-year-old Italian specialty market with incredible mozzarella and fresh porchetta. Expect long waits, but they're worth it for Louie's selection of imported and deli products.
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DiPalo Selects' Porchetta: Perfect Pork By The Pound

DiPalo Selects' Porchetta: Perfect Pork By The Pound

Pork!, went a voice in my head, quickly followed by Pork! Pork! Pork! OMG Pork! My inner monologue is not particularly eloquent, but it knows what it wants. A bit of nose-following led me to the back counter where Louis DiPalo himself was slicing off a fat hunk of steaming porchetta for a customer.

Where To Buy Italian Ingredients in New York City

Where To Buy Italian Ingredients in New York City

Please welcome first-time contributor Ava McAlpin, a New York native freshly returned from culinary school in Italy, to Serious Eats: New York. —The Mgmt. [Photos: Ava McAlpin and Robyn Lee] Best Bets: D. Coluccio & Sons: 1214-20 60th Street, Brooklyn,...

Red Sauce with Prosciutto Necks at Di Palo's

Red Sauce with Prosciutto Necks at Di Palo's

Homemade red sauce with pasta is nothing new at Di Palo's in Little Italy, but on a recent visit, the team explained that they're increasing the regularity of some of their offerings. Which means you have even more chances to get this prosciutto-filled red sauce, either in packaged sauce form or dressed with pasta in the deli case, ready to eat.

Ed Levine's Must-Eat New York Dishes of 2013

Ed Levine's Must-Eat New York Dishes of 2013

When you eat out as much as I do, summing up a year of eating is excruciatingly difficult. It's one of those "tough jobs, but someone has to do it." So here goes: a baker's dozen of things that made my 2013.

18 Winter-Proof Pastas in NYC

18 Winter-Proof Pastas in NYC

In frosty times like these, few things are as satisfying as digging into a hearty plate of pasta. This isn't the season for light olive oil and tomato dishes—we're craving cream and butter sauces, meaty ragus, and lots of lasagna. To that end, here are some of our favorite pastas for fighting back the cold.

An 11-Stop Tour of Chinatown and Little Italy for Under $15 a Head

An 11-Stop Tour of Chinatown and Little Italy for Under $15 a Head

A couple weeks back, my wife gave me a challenge: entertain her two friends visiting from Colombia with a food tour of Little Italy and Chinatown that lived up to my own standards of good food, catered to their tourist desires for a bit of history and a unique-to-New York feel, and clocked in at under $20 per person.