Food that is real, authentic, and made with great passion is the best food there is. Ralpheal Abrahante, the Chef of Thalassa Restaurant, a Greek-inspired seafood restaurant in Tribeca in New York City, exemplifies a true passion for cooking and health, while providing his customers with the most natural and pure experience possible. NYC Tastemakers had the pleasure of sitting down with the Chef and learning more about Thalassa Restaurant and his love for Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.
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For a satisfying, tasty brunch, Calle Ocho has got us on the bandwagon. This Latin-inspired restaurant has a reason for attracting such a large wave of customers no matter where it is they roam. And though every aspect of this restaurant is alluring, it’s their weekend Boozy Brunches that take place between 11 am and 3 pm that keep me coming for more.
With the UEFA European Football Championship in full swing, Italy is looking dominant as ever! The Italian National Football Team has remained undefeated in the tournament thus far, winning their first three matches and standing firmly on top of Group A, which also consists of Wales, Switzerland, and Turkey.
Despite facing hell and high water during the pandemic, the Upper West Side’s favorite restaurant was able to relocate and keep their doors open to the public. Pan-Latino restaurant Calle Ocho has long been a favorite for brunch, bottomless sangria, cocktails, and a variety of delectable specialty plates influenced by Cuban and other Latin influences. It is widely regarded as one of the finest restaurants on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Every region of Italy has its own special breads, pastries, pastas, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, wines, and delicacies, all of which are particular to that region and reflect its customs. Though current public health and safety concerns may keep us from traveling overseas at the moment, this online Italian market can transport your taste buds to the diverse and varied regions of Italy.