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Mario Carbone

  1. the dish
    Santina’s Featherweight Eggplant Parm Is a Late-Summer DelightMade with eggplant at the peak of its season, barely cooked San Marzano tomatoes, and warm burrata.
  2. holiday food 2017
    What 10 Notable Chefs Made for Their First Dinner PartiesCaesar salads, prosciutto-wrapped pork loins, whole roast ducks, and more easy-to-copy recipes from famous chefs’ early entertaining days.
  3. restaurant review
    Review: The Grill Is Worth a Visit, If Someone Else Is PayingThe menu is uneven, the prices are insane.
  4. openings
    The Grill at the Former Four Seasons Opens May 2Can the Major Food Group do for mock-turtle soup and Amish ham steak what it did for rigatoni alla vodka?
  5. landmark rooms
    The Four Seasons Invented the Power Lunch. Can It Be an Actual Food Destination?The guys behind Carbone try something radical: actually paying attention to what’s on the plate.
  6. Woof
    Four Seasons Revamp Will Have ‘Feminine’ Room” … Masculine, meat-embracing and signified by the brisk confidence of the Kennedy years.”
  7. Restaurant Review
    Restaurant Review: Sadelle’sThe feeling you get here, especially at dinnertime, is that Major Food Group is running out of good ideas.
  8. Coming Soon
    The Carbone Team Is Taking Over The Four SeasonsThe storied restaurant will get a new name and a much younger feel when the Major Food Group assumes control.
  9. Restaurant Review
    Restaurant Review: Platt on SantinaTwo stars for Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi’s latest high-concept restaurant.
  10. Lunchtime
    Mario Carbone Just Unveiled This Amazing Fish Sandwich at SantinaIt’s a deep-fried sea bass fillet with sliced tomato, gobs of olive-caper tartar sauce, and heaps of slaw served on a toasted Amy’s bun.
  11. The Dish
    The Trick Behind Santina’s Guanciale e Pepe Rice“The goal was to invert risotto,” says co-owner Mario Carbone.
  12. Openings
    What to Eat at Santina, Major Food Group’s New Spot, Opening Monday at theA look at Major Food Group’s latest.
  13. Closings
    Torrisi Italian Specialties Will Close and Reopen With a Fine-Dining FocusSay good-bye to the salmon cannelloni, probably, on January 1.
  14. Wings
    Alex Stupak, Dan Kluger, Alain Ducasse, and a Lot More Chefs Are Opening atMario Carbone, Marc Forgione, Amanda Cohen, Kevin Pemouile, too, and that’s just the beginning.
  15. Restaurant Review
    Restaurant Review: Dirty French Is Uneven, But Generally PleasurableThe red-sauce enthusiasts behind Carbone and Parm go Gallic.
  16. Openings
    Dirty French Opens September 2The tarte au citron will be made with preserved lemons.
  17. Openings
    6 More Things You Should Know About Dirty French, Including Oyster Inspections,There’s lots to learn about this month’s most anticipated new restaurant.
  18. Openings
    What to Eat at Team Torrisi’s Dirty French, Opening Later This MonthDuck à l’orange with ras El hanout and lots more.
  19. Empire Building
    Carbone Will Open in Hong Kong Next MonthThe restaurant opens mid-August.
  20. Coming Soon
    Parm’s Upper West Side Location Is Moving AlongA flurry of activity at the address is certainly good news.
  21. Coming Soon
    Torrisi Team Opening Dirty French This Summer“This is an explosive year. All the things that we’ve been working toward are coming to fruition,” they say.
  22. Lists
    GQ’s ‘25 Best New Restaurants’ for 2014 IncludesNew York City nabs three spots on Alan Richman’s annual list.
  23. Gift Finder 2013
    The Holiday Gift Finder 2013: Regifting-Proof Food BasketsWe asked four great chefs and one cocktail whiz to personalize the impersonal.
  24. Coming Soon
    Torrisi Partners Opening Ludlow Hotel Restaurant With Sean MacPhersonWhatever it is, it’s slated to open next spring.
  25. Coming Soon
    Parm Opening New Location in Manhattan (and Signs Point to Brooklyn Too)Italian Thanksgiving comes early this year.
  26. Planned Service Changes
    Torrisi Italian Specialities Tweaks Dinner FormatThe cooks are doing some of the front-of-house stuff now.
  27. Pigskin
    Parm Unleashes Killer Football Season MenuAgrodolce wings it is.
  28. Raw
    More Clams: Why Prices at New York Raw Bars Keep RisingNot content to simply shuck and serve, chefs are taking raw-bar preparations to the next level.
  29. Parm on Wheels
    Parm Begins DeliveryYour lunch hour just got a whole lot red-saucier.
  30. Openings
    Team Torrisi Opening ZZ’s Clam Bar on Thompson StreetThe twelve-seat spot is a reservations-only raw bar.
  31. Restaurant Review
    Platt: Herculean Portions and a Fervid Fan Base Define Carbone“This place is like Il Mulino for hipsters.”
  32. Happy Anniversary
    Last Night Wylie Dufresne’s Former Chefs Celebrated wd~50 With Squid andAlso, Tosi made an oozing American cheese dessert.
  33. Anniversaries
    A Decade of Influence: The wd~50 Family TreeIn the ten years since Wylie Dufresne opened his groundbreaking restaurant, his staff has helped redefine New York City’s food landscape.
  34. Carbone!
    Night of the Nonnas: Two Italian Grandmothers Review CarboneBetween them, the women have 95 years of cooking experience.
  35. Party Time
    Two Special Guest Dinners: Chris Cosentino at Empellón Cocina; Tosi,Mark your calendars. Save your paychecks.
  36. Openings
    Opening Tomorrow: Carbone, the Torrisi Boys’ Old-School Italian RestaurantBringing shrimp carbonara and ‘Godfather’-esque tile floors to Greenwich Village.
  37. Openings
    The Torrisi Boys Open Carbone on FridayThere’s going to be so much food you won’t see your tablecloth.
  38. Rocco's Modern Life
    Carbone Puts Up Neon in the West VillageThe familiar neon sign has been hijacked with a new name.
  39. Range
    Directors Guild of America Has Party at West Village Gun Club, Nixes GunsThe group had its office party, but no guns were involved.
  40. Coming Soon
    Parks and Rigatoni: Torrisi Team to Open New High Line RestaurantThe 100-plus-seat full-service restaurant will be at the park’s southern tip.
  41. Gobble
    Turkey Time: Parm-Giving Deal ExtendedDon’t lift a finger.
  42. The New York Diet
    Mario Carbone Eats Antipasti at a Social Club, Hits Minetta at Midnight“Before dessert, we hit the shooting range downstairs and then finished with cheesecake, cognac, and a cigar.”
  43. Fall Preview
    The Torrisi Boys Go Old-School With CarboneNewfangled mid-century Italian on Thompson Street.
  44. Summits
    StarChefs 2012 Chef’s Congress Will Feature Ricker, Falkner,The event draws chefs from around the world.
  45. Video Feed
    Mario Carbone Talks Fried Calamari for ‘Best of New York’Watch Parm’s owner discuss what makes his squid so damn good.
  46. Empire Building
    Casual to Cachet: How Chefs Flipped the Model for Restaurant ExpansionMore and more chefs are opening casual restaurants before moving into fine dining, a complete reversal of the traditional model for growth.
  47. Bookshelf
    New Silver Spoon to Feature 100 Percent More TorrisiThe cookbook has sold more than one million copies to date, and the forthcoming digital edition has an extra-special added dose of Torissi Italian Specialties.
  48. Openings
    Torrisi Team Opening Parm Stand in Yankee Stadium TomorrowA new sandwich stand from the guys behind the game-changing Torrisi Italian Specialties will be open for the rest of the season.
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Barbecue Benefit in Williamsburg; Surf and Turf Event at Chelsea MarketPlus: a healthy yogurt shop in Bushwick, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  50. High Praise
    Mamma Mia! Frank Bruni Really Likes Torrisi!His feeling is that it’s going to change the face of Italian food in America.
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