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The Feast of Saint Mark will start at 3 p.m. this Saturday. Read more

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Feast of Saint Mark: Creating a place for culture 1

Photos by Tom Janatowski / Courtesy of Saint Mark Catholic Church.

In 2012, Robert Sbrissa created a flagship event for his parish that both honored Saint Mark the Evangelist and the church's Italian founders. He called it the Feast of Saint Mark. Read more

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Pelotoni's owners are selling the restaurant and all of its recipes. Read more

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The owners of Leonardo's have brought a new Italian to Brook Highland Plaza, garlic rolls included. Read more

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1012 Tellini's Italiano

Photo by Madoline Markham.

If you take the fresh-fast food concept you find at Taziki’s Mediterranean Café and translate it to the realm of spaghetti sauce, mozzarella cheese and everything well-loved about Italian food, you have Tellini’s — the newest opening by Fresh Hospita Read more

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1111 Area 41 Pizza Company

Photos by Madoline Markham.

Area 41 Pizza Company is all about good pizza but just as much all about people. the neighborhood pizza joint is like a family-friendly pub. There’s a wide selection of beers on tap, TVs for game watching and a menu just for kids. Read more

1011 Amore

Photo by Madoline Markham.

Hidden in Greystone Center just south of The Village Lee Branch is Amore. When you step behind the curtained glass wall of the store front, it’s easy to forget what lies on the other side of the wall. Read more

Holly White is a craftsperson. Each slice of thin crust pizza she creates is evidence of her careful handiwork. No topping is out of place. No slice is the slightest bit uneven in distribution of homemade sauce and cheese. Read more

0710 Pizza Express

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The 280 corridor’s newest pizza and pasta restaurant looks like it may be a national chain moving into a booming area. However, looks can be deceiving. Read more

0310 Tortugas Cafe

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Tucked away in the shopping center behind Perrin’s & Son on Highway 280, if you’re not looking for Tortuga's, you’ll miss it. But once you find it, just “come on in and take a seat wherever you'd like." Read more

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