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Papa Perrone's: The best arancini in New York
Papa Perrone's: The best arancini in New York
Owner Johnpaul Perrone holds out Papa Perrone's rice balls sold at Jianetto's Pizza Truck

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peci on Sunday, September 30, 2012  reviews [2]

Every time Johnpaul Perrone makes a rice ball, he is honoring his grandmother, who first introduced him to the family recipe when he was growing up in Brooklyn. Yet he named his arancini operation after his grandfather, Papa Perrone. Such details don’t bother Johnpaul. The 42-year-old is too busy thinking about making some of the most flavorful fried rice balls in the five boroughs.

                 
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