Using recipes collected from a lifetime in the kitchen with her Italian family, Cathy Cummings turns out traditional, homemade favorites in her Vito’s Ristorante.
Restaurant Reviews Jenny Coon Peterson
There’s nothing like a bowl of pasta and some fresh bread to warm you up
on a bitter winter night. Throw in an intimate dining room and a bottle
of wine, and you’ll forget it’s blowing like mad outside.
OKG7 Dining Carol Smaglinski
In a lot of restaurants around the metro, there’s love on the stove. We
can get spoiled rotten visiting these destinations that serve up good
food that is also inexpensive. Some are intimate establishments you
might not have heard of, and most have food that is especially
satisfying in winter. Stretch your buck and check out these seven.
Bellini’s Ristorante celebrates its 21st birthday by refocusing on what made it great: Italian wine and Italian food.
Food and Drink Features Greg Horton
Italian reds, for the most part, aren’t meant to be sipped on the patio or enjoyed by a crackling fire. They’re made to complement food: hearty Italian food. Drinking them without the accompanying meal usually leads to two conclusions: tastes like a sour cherry, and too much acid.
Chef Eric Smith gives loyal lunchers a little taste of heaven at Pachinko Parlor, his split-culinary personality restaurant.
Restaurant Reviews Carol Smaglinski
1 N.W. Ninth
Executive Chef: Eric Smith
General Manager: Jennifer Hughes
Owners: Rick Haynes, David Haynes and Eric Smith
Food Style: Asian-inspired AmericanAverage Check: $9, lunch; $15, dinner
Bite Size Carol Smaglinski
The Chork is just what it sounds like — a fork on one end, and chopsticks on the other. The Chork actually has three user options: the standard fork, trainer chopsticks (with the fork at the other end making it easier to handle) and standard chopsticks (the fork end snaps apart).