NEW YORK, May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Chef Pasquale Marino of Da Marino has long been steeped in the Old World traditions that he learned from his grandmother in Calabria, Italy. While Da Marino is known throughout New York City as a place in which these traditions can be experienced firsthand, Chef Pasquale Marino has never stopped innovating in terms of the menu items offered at his restaurant. Chef Pasquale has announced a new twist to the old style traditionally available through his restaurant, adding several new and exciting dishes to the Da Marino menu, effective immediately.
Each of the new dishes takes a traditional Italian dish and adds something that is new and different, making for an original meal that is able to maintain a certain traditional essence. Chef Pasquale has been working on these dishes for quite some time now, perfecting them and offering them as specials in order to gauge the response of his trusted patrons. The dishes have been received well on a universal basis, and Chef Pasquale added the new dishes to the menu permanently and without any reservation.
While Chef Pasquale is trying to put a new twist on the old style, he has not deviated from the high standards he has set for his restaurant and the dishes offered there. The chef still hand-picks the freshest ingredients each and every morning by visiting the same Bronx marketplace he has frequented for the past 16 years. He is so well-known in this marketplace that the vendors are aware of his high standards and ensure that they only offer him the freshest of ingredients.
In addition to visiting this marketplace each morning for fresh ingredients, Chef Pasquale also tends to his own garden in Connecticut. Each spring, the chef will bring fresh ingredients from his garden to be used in the restaurant, something that allows the chef to have unprecedented control over the quality of his ingredients from beginning to end.
Da Marino is located in the heart of Times Square, and the restaurant has received acclaim from critics, locals and visitors alike. Residents of the city will often turn to Da Marino and Chef Pasquale Marino when they are seeking a traditional Italian meal, and they will now be able to experience a new twist on this tradition with the new dishes offered by the restaurant.
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