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See also: Original Aiello's May Relocate Closer to Downtown
Central Avenue, although replete with restaurants of all varieties, lost an irreplaceable one early last month when Aiello's East Coast Italian Dining closed its do ... More >>
If there were a year for husband-and-wife team and ex-Manhattanites Joe and Myrah Aiello, 2012 may be it. In addition to recently closing their namesake restaurant, Aiello's East Coast Italian Dining, and searching for a new spot in which to re-open it (possibly the One Lexington building in midtown ... More >>
When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out -- and let you know our initial impressions, share a few photos, and dish about some menu items. First Taste, as the name implies, is not a full-blown review, but instead a peek inside restaurants that have just opened, sampling a few item ... More >>
Aiello's East Coast Italian Dining, the Italian restaurant in Central Phoenix which closed earlier this month after being in business for nearly five years, looks as if it may resurface in a new location closer to downtown Phoenix.
Owned by husband-and-wife team and ex-Manhattanites Joe and Myrah ... More >>
After almost five years, Aiello's, the Italian restaurant at 5202 North Central Avenue owned by husband-and-wife team and ex-Manhattanites Joe and Myrah Aiello, has been shuttered.
A neighborhood favorite, Aiello's was known for affordable Italian dishes such as lasagna, with its sausage-studded sa ... More >>
Sure, it may be called Arizona Spring Restaurant Week, but this nine-day sup-fest -- from Saturday, May 19, through Sunday, May 27 -- takes place when the Valley starts heating up and the restaurant business starts slowing down.
In Phoenix and beyond, about 90 eateries are offering three-course di ... More >>
Joe and Myrah Aiello just dropped a line to say that they've finally launched their "back door pizzeria," a takeout-only pizza biz that they're literally doing from the back of their Italian restaurant on Central Avenue.
There are 16 different toppings available on New York-style and Sicilian pizza ... More >>
The folks behind Aiello's are getting a head start on their next restaurant.
In about three weeks, says Myrah Aiello, they'll start serving fresh, hot New York-style pizzas baked in a clay-bottom oven -- available only to go. (She and her chef husband Joe owned an Italian eatery in Manhatt ... More >>