From Boeheim's postgame presser:
It's amazing. I came here (and) I had the best Italian dinner last night. I thought during the game, in the beginning there, that that was all I was going to get in Greensboro, or Winston-Salem, wherever we are - Winston-Salem.
"It was the best Italian dinner I've had in a long time, and who would have thought it? Winston-Salem? I should name the restaurant but I'll be in trouble. Simon is the owner. It's a little place. I didn't even get the name of it.
"I tell it like it is. We have good restaurants (in Syracuse, N.Y.). I've had good food everyplace I've been in the south. I just make a joke and everybody thinks I really mean it. You can't make jokes anymore. I had at Clemson the best meal I've ever had on the road. Here last night was a New York City Italian dinner. It was that good. Really, I mean, we don't go places for the food. We like to talk about that a little bit.
I've lived in Winston for 25 of my years, and I have yet to find a place that I would consider anywhere close to the best Italian food I've ever had. And while I'm happy to admit that my food preferences typically avoid most of the upper-scale establishments, I'm genuinely stumped as to what restaurant Boeheim is talking about.
Anyway, if you think you know the answer or if you just have a guess, the comments are below. Things to consider: 'Cuse probably stayed downtown and traveled along the University Parkway corridor to and from the Joel. They likely also bus-ed in from Greensboro from their flight into the area.