For over 32 years, the Alicart family of restaurants has been offering an exciting and unique spectrum of dining concepts. The Legendary Carmine’s Family Style Italian restaurant—with locations in NYC’s Times Square, the original in the Upper West Side, the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, Washington DC’s Penn Quarter, the Atlantis Resort & Casino in the Bahamas and the largest restaurant in Las Vegas at the Forums Shops at Caesars Palace—serves exceptional southern Italian cuisine in abundant portions designed for sharing.
Carmine’s sister restaurant is Virgil’s Real BBQ, located in New York City’s Times Square and Upper West Side, Las Vegas at the LINQ Promenade and also in the Atlantis Bahamas. Virgil’s Real Barbecue has been acclaimed as one of America’s top 10 BBQ restaurants, offering a genuine southern home-style experience along with authentic BBQ and American dishes created by our many smokers on premise.
Executive Chef Neal Corman of Virgil's Real BBQ visited the Good Day Café to teach us how to make the perfect summer salad with leftover barbecue.
A Times Square Italian restaurant that serves 1 million people a year is planning to open an even bigger location in Las Vegas next year. Carmine's will sprawl over 26,000 square feet of space at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The restaurant will be twice the size of the Times Square location and among the biggest eateries on the Strip.
A well-connected group of restaurateurs, bar and lounge owners, hotel executives and liquor distributors with deep pockets on Tuesday announced the creation of an upstart trade group, the New York City Hospitality Alliance, to lobby legislators and city regulatory agencies in the five boroughs.
Cooking with Virgil's on CBS's 2 in the kitchen Neal Corman from Virgil's Real BBQ cooks for Memorial Day and shares recipes from 2 signature dishes.
Foodie & the Beast, a restaurant review and food friendly radio show featuring David & Nycci Nellis filmed live from Carmine's Saturday afternoon with some of the area's top Chefs and mixologists.
Listen to the Bloomberg "Taking Stock" interview with Jeffery Bank as he discusses the secrets of Alicart's success.