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A Review of Bianco Rosso in The New York Times

One other Italian restaurant? Well, it all depends. Bianco Rosso Wine Club and Restaurant in Wilton, which opened in January 2012, does indeed provide Italian food. But Bianco Rosso is not merely another Italian restaurant. It has style, flair and a short, compelling menu created by Jacob Hamilton, the chef, who formerly worked well for Todd English in New York. It truly is owned or operated by two brothers, Mario and Jaime Lopez, and their partner Gustavo Jaramillo.

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A Spanish Theme That Seems to Fit Just Right in The New York Times

Bistro Latino is the third name for Rafael Palomino’s restaurant on the Post Road in Old Greenwich, and this time he seems to have gotten it right. It began as Palomino, became Greenwich Tavern and was recently transformed into this Spanish-South American place. Considering that Señor Palomino himself is from Colombia, the Latin American theme would seem to be a natural fit. When I asked Moe Gad, his partner, about the significance of the new name, he said: “Bistro Latino was the name of Chef Palomino’s first cookbook in 1996. It’s like returning to our roots.”

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2012 Events

posted: January 30, 2012

Tarry Lodge Enoteca Pizzeria

receives a glowing review in The New York Times