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Enrico Malta

  1. Openings
    Bocca di Bacco Expands to the Upper East Side With 45 Sidewalk SeatsAlfresco al pomodoro, anyone?
  2. Openings
    Former Roberto Passon Will Become Lime JungleItalian is replaced by Mexican in Hell’s Kitchen.
  3. Chef Shuffle
    Model Adam Senn Gives Film Center Café a MakeoverThe Hell’s Kitchen standby has a new chef and a new celebrity partner.
  4. Slideshow
    First Look at La Carbonara, Now Open in the West VillageA look at the interior and some of the dishes.
  5. Openings
    La Carbonara Will Soon Serve $15-and-Under Italian Near the Meatpacking“I’m serving food at prices I was doing fifteen years ago!” says co-owner Enrico Malta. A look at the menu.
  6. Openings
    Film Center Cafe Totally Gets a Makeover!Hell’s Kitchen’s Film Center Cafe, heretofore a coffee-and-wraps joint plastered with movie posters, has just gotten one of the fall’s most dramatic, least expected renovations, at a cost of $2 million. (Tonight is the grand reopening.) The cheesy film memorabilia is all gone; expensive-looking Art Deco touches now define the room. The café’s owners, a deep-pocketed group led by Robert and Enrico Malta, have also upgraded the cuisine. New chef Joseph Cacace, formerly of JUdson Grill and Gramercy Tavern, has created a menu of elevated comfort food (pork chops marinated in mustard and sage, wild-mushroom risotto with white-truffle oil), and there will be twenty wines available by the glass. Not that the Film Center has completely abandoned its roots: They’ve also hired a D.J., a restaurant feature somewhere on par with old movie posters.