Executive chef: Raffaele Ronca
We are happy to provide our members, visitors and Sicily lovers with continuously updated list of restaurants, retailers and purveyors of fine Sicilian cuisine, wines, quality products.
Our selections are based on the indication of our food-experts and wine connoisseurs and chefs, as well as, the presentation of our best readers and fellow enthusiasts. Enjoy!
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Executive chef: Raffaele Ronca
7 West 20th Street, NYC 10011, Tel: +1 (212) 691 8136
Cacio e Vino
80 2nd Avenue, NYC 10003, Tel: +1 (212) 228 3269
Scopello Ristorante Bar
63 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn NYC 11217
“Coral walls, a lengthy bar and high ceilings lend an appropriately Mediterranean feel to complement the stellar Sicilian pickings”, “If you are catching a show at BAM, make this your first stop.”
778 Montauk Highway, West Islip, New York 11795, Tel: +1 (631) 661 5599
In the succession from pizza to fine dining, the Villa Monaco has become a name for quality, consistency and congeniality that is almost synonymous with that of it’s proprietor, Nicholas Lo Monaco. Quite often known as “Nick’s”, or “The Villa”. This establishment has built a reputation for it’s uniqueness and charm in an atmosphere of warmth and informality.
“The Best Sicilian Pastry in Brooklyn.” Villabate has and always will be a family owned and run business. It is named after the Sicilian town of Villabate, near Palermo, which is home to the talented family that has operated this pasticceria since 1980. For generations the Alaimo family has been creating the finest in Sicilian pastries, cakes, cookies and breads. It all started in the small town of Villabate in the northern region of the island of Sicily. Although Emanuele Alaimo and Lina Drago come from the same village, they met and married in Brooklyn, New York. We invite you to experience their truly special “cassata Siciliana” (the best!) as well as their delicious cannoli, sfince and gelati. Not to mention their their coffee and snack bar, where you can sample many kinds of traditional Sicilian “rosticceria” (arancini, calzoni fritti, pizzelle and more).
“Little Italy in the Bronx.“ Rosa and Giancarlo Paciullo have owned Tino’s Deli for the past ten years. The deli had been on 187th Street for over 50 years when the Paciullo’s renovated the old Belmont Community Center on Arthur Avenue so that they may provide their customers with great service in a friendly, home-like environment. Many great memories were made in the community center; many more great memories will be made at the new Tino’s deli. Rosa and Giancarlo Paciullo are very dedicated to their family, customers and neighborhood, and have been so for the last 30 years. Tino’s serves only the best homemade items, such as mozzarella, pastas and desserts. They also carry a wide variety of regional Italian imports, including a fantastic selection of quality Sicilian products. They invite you, and we encourage you, to visit their “Jewel of Arthur Avenue”, also known as Tino’s Deli!