Whether you are booking, planning, or avoiding your Thanksgiving plans for later this month, we all get homesick. Because most New Yorkers (52 percent of us!) were born elsewhere, we asked notable New York transplants where they go within the five boroughs to find the comforting smells and tastes of home.

Simone Falco, chef and restaurateur, Rossopomodoro
From: Italy

“When I’m missing my hometown of Naples, Italy, I head to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, where there is one Italian restaurant after the next. I’ll usually go to Tra Di Noi for lasagna or Zero Otto Nove for La Riccardo pizza, which has butternut squash puree, smoked mozzarella, spicy pancetta and basil.”

Source Time Out