A New York Osteria in Hong Kong

If imitation is indeed the best form of flattery, somewhere in New York there are some very happy old-school Italians, and here in Hong Kong there are some very happy New Yorkers. Posto Pubblico, a new osteria on the restaurant-choked Elgin Street, showcases the Italian home-cooking, based on simple ingredients, that the owner's immigrant relatives brought to New York from southern Italy during the 1930s and 40s. Think homemade pastas, ragu, mozzarella, sausage, pizza, and hearty meat dishes.

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