Italian cuisine is the number one choice of food for dinning out in Tampa Bay. Because of this fact there are hundreds of pasta and pizza serving restaurants in the bay area which can make it confusing trying to figure out which are the best. To help you choose we’ve made a list of Pinellas County’s best small Italian restaurants. Pia’s Trattoria3054 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport, FL 33707727-327-2190 | www.piastrattoria.com No-fuss, authentic Italian dishes served in a small storefront with an outdoor garden patio. The outdoor area is romantic with flickering candles, tiny lights and impeccable service. The menu is small but award-winning. Dinning Tip: Try anything pasta. They serve 5 different pastas with 6 types of sauce. Dinning tip: Try the spicy red pesto sauce over angel hair pasta. The combination of basil and hazelnut is beyond perfect. Verducci’s Pizzeria Trattoria7736 Blind Pass Rd., Saint Pete Beach, FL 33706(727) 363-7900 Verducci’s is a quaint … [Read more...] about Best Small Italian Restaurants In Pinellas County
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Everybody loves pasta, but where can you get the best Italian food in Tampa? Don’t worry – we’ve got the scoop! Here’s our list of the best Italian restaurants in Tampa that include small romantic cafes, trendy bistros and top of the line white table-cloth restaurants. Donatello Restaurant232 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 875-6660 If you are looking for that romantic Italian meal, Donatello’s might be for you. Fresh, homemade pastas and other carefully constructed dishes can be suggested by the tuxedoed staff. Donatello’s cuisine is mostly northern Italian. Fresh roses adorn each table. Be warned, though – Donatello’s is not inexpensive. Perfect for special occasions. Best bet dinning tip: Try the Vitello Dolce Vita . It’s veal scaloppini with imported Italian ham, mushrooms and truffle in a light white wine sauce. Website: www.donatellorestauant.comHours: 7 Nights a Week 5:30pm – 11:00pm Osteria … [Read more...] about Best Italian Restaurants in Tampa
Los Angeles’ dining scene is in perpetual motion. The flavors of our city stew, blend and evolve to become something that’s at once entirely new, comfortingly familiar and unequivocally L.A.New restaurants are constantly emerging across the cityscape, joining stalwarts that have stood the test of time. These are our picks for classics that have become essential to L.A. dining. The 2019 Best Restaurants of Los Angeles The 2019 Best Restaurants of Los Angeles The official L.A. Times list of the 101 best restaurants in Los Angeles, curated by our restaurant critics. AsaneboAsanebo’s easy versatility is the key to its 28 years of success among the competitive klatch of Studio City sushi bars. Swinging by after work for a bowl of edamame, a spicy tuna roll and a few grilled chicken wings marinated in miso? Warm smiles all around from the staff. Or make it a more lavish night out with omakase, priced in three tiers, where house-made tofu with snow crab may … [Read more...] about The 101 Best Restaurants Hall of Fame: Modern classics that are essential to dining in L.A.
Circularity Healthcare, LLC Joins Forces with “Behind The Scenes" with Host Laurence Fishburne MIAMI (PRWEB) December 11, 2019 Circularity is partnering with Telly Award-Winning “Behind the Scenes” to provide regular, ongoing, high-quality content from leading experts in a variety of fields with an initial focus on microcirculation science, regenerative medicine, and advanced wound healing and related symptoms. “Behind The Scenes with Host Laurence Fishburne” is a public television series that has won numerous awards and delivers precision idea-telling at its best. Circularity is an innovative healthcare organization that is health-bent on their trademarked slogan: “Improving Lives by Improving Blood Flow.” Their coming together to bring forward the ideas of modern health science on a stellar entertainment platform can only make for riveting content going forward. Viewers will find themselves in a win-win situation. Watching informative content … [Read more...] about Innovative Collaboration: The Cutting Edge of Medicine Goes “Behind The Scenes”
Readers ask: Should I personally give up air travel, and should companies be pushed to reduce air travel by employees? If we cut our air travel by half, what impact would that have on the climate? - Diane, California How does long-distance travel affect climate change? (I.e., if I take Amtrak from D.C. to NYC instead of flying, how is that better given that the plane will still get there without me on it?) - Kya, Washington I want to take a trip to Florida to help out some ailing elderly relatives. For lowest emissions, should my wife and I fly round trip from the Washington, D.C., area or make the trip in a Tesla Model 3 at 133 mpg? - Glenn, Maryland Here is the stark and sad truth: There is almost no way to explore the planet without harming it. Since 2017, the transportation sector has been the U.S. economy's biggest source of greenhouse gases. Each year, people in the United States generate the equivalent of 1.9 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide to move ourselves and our stuff … [Read more...] about What’s the greenest way to travel?