Renowned Angelo’s of Mulberry Street in NYC’s Little Italy & Sister Restaurant Tramonti in Delray Beach, Florida, Honoring Neapolitan Tradition!

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Angelo’s of Mulberry St., 146 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10013 212.966.1277 is one of New York City’s oldest and most famous Italian restaurants, (established in 1902), located in the heart of Little Italy in Lower Manhattan and sister restaurant, Tramonti, located at 119 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 561.272.1944 are both Fred Bollaci Enterprises Golden Palate Partners, recently receiving the Golden Palate Certificate of Excellence™ and will be featured in the upcoming gourmet weight loss and lifestyle book, The Golden Palate Diet & Lifestyle™ featuring 80 of the top restaurants in the United States!

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Pictured above: the famous Spiedini (Baked Mozzarella in Carrozza) and Meatballs with golden raisins and pignoli.

Owned by the Silvestri and Aprea families, Angelo’s and Tramonti are a legendary duo, featuring the delicious and famous cuisine of the Naples region of Italy, which includes Capri, the Amalfi Coast, (famous for lemons and excellent seafood), and the area near Mt. Vesuvius, famous for San Marzano tomatoes, which grow in the rich, volcanic soil, and surrounding province of Campania, also known for Buffalo Mozzarella. Ten years ago, Mr. Gino Silvestri, co-owner for over forty years, drawing upon the incredible success and popularity of Angelo’s in New York headed south to open Tramonti with his son Marco, to the cheers of thousands of loyal fans who visit and live in Florida. In nearly 11 years, Tramonti has become and remained one of South Florida’s favorite authentic Italian restaurants, reminiscent of some of the meals I’ve enjoyed on the Amalfi Coast or in Capri. Over the years, the Silvestri family’s constant supervision, passion and drive for excellence have also made Angelo’s of Mulberry St. the top choice for Italian dining in Lower Manhattan, a New York City landmark.

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Assembling Fettuccine Bolognese at Angelo’s.

Tramonti Ristorante delivers Angelo’s much-celebrated authentic Neapolitan cuisine and contemporary specials, utilizing the finest and freshest ingredients available from local waters and growers, as well as imported from Italy, in a cool and stylish ambiance. Not to miss are the meatballs, Spiedini Romana (Mozzarella in Carrozza baked in a lemony tomato sauce with a touch of butter), anything seafood, and the Braciole (stuffed rolled beef) simmered in “Sunday Sauce” with rigatoni.

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Pictured above: baked smoked mozzarella with mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, and garlic.

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Excellent Zucchini Flowers at Tramonti.

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Insalata di Polpo (Octopus) at Tramonti.

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Excellent Meatballs are a signature item, made with golden raisins and pine nuts.

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Tramonti and Angelo’s are known for their famous “Braciole Sauce,” a Sunday-style braised meat-based tomato sauce which is rich and flavorful from slowly braised Braciole (rolled flank steak filled with cheese, parsley, golden raisins, and pine nuts).

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Pictured above: a house specialty, Spaghetti in Cartoccio (baked in foil) with shrimp, bacon, tomato, cognac, basil, and cream–absolutely luscious, and the pasta is al dente! The menu is quite extensive, offering a variety of antipasti, salads, amazing pastas, veal, chicken, rabbit, fresh seafood, desserts made in-house and more!

When in New York City or Delray Beach, Florida, be sure to visit Angelo’s of Mulberry Street and Tramonti, and be sure to tell them Fred Bollaci sent you!

About Fred Bollaci

I'm CEO and President of Fred Bollaci Enterprises. I lost more than 100 pounds while living "La Dolce Vita" and I'm now known as "The Healthy Gourmet." Sample the good life with me through fitness, fine food, and good wine. Meet chefs who cater to a healthy gourmet lifestyle through my Golden Palate blog.
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