More on La Famiglia
The place has generated a lot of interest for two reasons: first, Brasserie Tatin, which it replaced, had a following; and second, Boccaccio in Little Italy, where most of La Famiglia's staff came from, had even more of a following....
My column also includes some reopening news.
And then there's the print edition of last week's Top 10 for your amusement. This was actually a fairly timeless one (Italian cold cuts), but next week's (a recap of Mardi Gras places) will take all my fudging skills.
The main reason I link to Top 10: the Print Version is so you can see which comments made it in.(Barbara Haddock Taylor/Sun photographer)