‘Sopranos’ Cast Reunites in Little Italy for 25th Anniversary

Out & About covers the events where notable, powerful and influential figures gather. Plus the outfits. This week: a reunion for “The Sopranos” cast and a gathering for the podcast “Nota Bene.”

A Family Dinner on Mulberry Street

On Wednesday night, in Little Italy, cast and crew members of “The Sopranos,” which premiered 25 years ago this week, gathered for dinner at Da Nico, an old red sauce restaurant on Mulberry Street. The celebratory feast was held alongside an anniversary nostalgia tour for the show, with fan events and special screenings.

“It’s like heaven. It’s extraordinary being with these people,” David Chase, the creator and executive producer of the series, said as guests mobbed the bar around him. He added that he hadn’t seen many of them in years.

Some 75 people packed into Da Nico, a family-owned restaurant that opened in 1993, where “Sopranos” stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa are cherished regulars.

Bartenders poured “Sopranos”-labeled Chianti, waiters offered baby-caprese appetizers, and figures like Steven Van Zandt, who played Silvio Dante, and Steve Buscemi, who worked as an actor and director on the series, wove through the crowd. (Some of the show’s most recognizable faces did not make it.)

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