Looking for good pizza is never an easy task. With so many styles to choose from, and personal preferences to consider, it's hard to find a favorite that meets all the basic requirements: perfect crust, just the right amount of cheese, a tasty sauce, and all the right toppings. More than any oth ... More >>
Jupiter recently welcomed the addition of a new Italian eatery, one of several restaurants to open in the city's new upscale Harbourside Place shopping center. Bravo! Cucina Italiana opened October 11, the same day as the plaza development's official debut; it is the third Bravo! location in Florida ... More >>
Pizza may be one of America's favorite foods, a food that has become more American than Italian, with slices in cities from east to west offering a different take on how to best combine three basic ingredients: dough, cheese and sauce. There's New York-style, Chicago and Sicilian. Some bake up a thi ... More >>
At Italian Red Sauce it's all about family. Black-and-white stills of the families of those running the 200-seat eatery, who hail from Napoli, are the first thing you see upon entering. Family also follows you when you take a seat in the dining room, which has been laid out to recreate the feeling ... More >>
Attilio Reale has been making wood-fired pizzas for 25 years.Originally from Naples -- Italy, not Florida -- he grew up in northern Italy. And his pizza closely mimics his background."My pizza style is close to the Napoli style with an influence from the north," says Reale in his melodious Italian a ... More >>
As a countdown to the Best Of Broward/Palm Beach 2012, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up 100 of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations here. No. 41: Café Martorano Eggplant Stack This dish right here puts a line in the sand between the Café Martorano lovers ... More >>
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