Mario Carbone is a chef and restaurateur who, with his partners, runs a number of NYC restaurants like Dirty French, Parm, Carbone, and Santina. Carbone borrowed and modified his mother's recipe for meatballs and put it on the menu at one of his restaurants. Show More Summary
The pumpernickel-everything bagel. This week’s magazine has the latest on Sadelle’s, the forthcoming restaurant from Major Food Group (that’s Rich Torrisi, Mario Carbone, and Jeff Zalaznick, or the TCZ gang as we like to call them), in partnership with Melissa Weller, the former Per Se and Roberta’s baker. Show More Summary
It is the firm belief of Melissa Weller, Jeff Zalaznick, Mario Carbone, and Rich Torrisi that no one has ever accorded the canonical Jewish appetizing platter of bagels and lox the respect it deserves. And so when the quartet open Sadelle’s,...Show More Summary
Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick, and Rich Torrisi outside the space that became Carbone. It's hard to believe that it was only five and a half years ago that co-chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi opened their first restaurant, a smart, justifiably acclaimed homage to the often maligned, very lowbrow Italian-American cuisine they grew up with. Show More Summary
“No matter how bad you want it to be, it’s not a museum." Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick — experts at revamping historic restaurants — have signed a contract to take over the storied Four Seasons restaurant. After 40 years, Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder's lease is up in July of 2016, and owner Aby J. Show More Summary
The chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi and their business partner, Jeff Zalaznick, all in their 30s, will take over in 2016.
"If the restaurant went to anyone else, all would've been lost," Mario Carbone says. It's only a matter of time until New York is just one big juice bar, right? That's the thinking every time a once-valued, now out-of-favor New YorkShow More Summary
Santina's brand-new lunchtime-only fish sandwich wasn't available when New York Magazine's annual, and just published, "Best of New York" issue went to press, but to wait a year — let alone another minute — to sing its praises would be wrong. Show More Summary
A new Italian restaurant from Mario Carbone; on Downing Street, a menu that highlights vegetables; a steakhouse evokes the gaslight era; and other openings.
Cecina with lamb tartare, Calabrian tuna, and mushroom Provolone. When Major Food Group won the bid to operate a restaurant attached to the High Line’s new headquarters, partners Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick took culinary cues from their surroundings. Show More Summary
Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone treat the food of France with a hugely energizing lack of respect at Dirty French.
They're probably going to get a new awning, too. Jeff Zalaznick, Mario Carbone, and Rich Torrisi have just announced the Nolita-shaking news that Torrisi Italian Specialties will close after a blowout New Year's Eve party. The placeShow More Summary
Carmelo Anthony, Henrik Lundqvist, Matt Lauer, Ben McKenzie, Mario Carbone, Johannes Huebl and Brendan Fallis came together in stylish looks from Ermenegildo Zegna Couture, Ermenegildo Zegna, and Z Zegna to help the Italian fashion house...Show More Summary
Take a long look inside Rich Torrisi, Mario Carbone, and Jeff Zalaznick's (Torrisi Italian Specialties) newest NYC restaurant Dirty French. It was one New York City's most highly anticipated new Fall openings, and boasts a menu inspired by "New Orleans...
Cucumber-and-radish salad. If we didn’t know better, we might consider Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick’s yet-to-be-named Renzo Piano glass-box restaurant at the High Line an act of penance for the gastronomic excesses of their two-year-old Thompson Street restaurant Carbone. Show More Summary
Salmon Maison with potato, dill, and blackening spice. To those who associate Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone (of Torrisi Italian Specialties and Carbone) with baked ziti and chicken parm, the chefs’ latest project might seem a radical departure. Show More Summary
The Imperial Planter's Punch (for two): Trindad and Martinique rums, planters spices, fresh grapefruit, and lime juices. This week, Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick soft-opened their Lobby Bar inside the Ludlow Hotel, with famed bearded ZZ's Clam Bar bartender Thomas Waugh at the helm. Show More Summary
Waugh is ready to take your order. While the restaurateur powerhouse trio of Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick put the finishing touches on Dirty French, their "roughed-up Gallic bistro" at the Ludlow Hotel set to open later this summer, its counterpart Lobby Bar is soft-opening tonight. Show More Summary
Well, hello there. Jeff Zalaznick, Mario Carbone, and Rich Torrisi are opening an outpost of their three-year-old Mulberry Street sandwich shop Parm in Williamsburg, off Bedford Avenue; another is headed to a space near Barclays Center; and yet another is soon to open in Brookfield Place. Show More Summary
http://e360.yale.edu/content/digest.msp?id=4107 They still don't seem to be communicating about the possible catastrophe of the magnesium carbonate buffer in the oceans.... Five Questions for Mario Molina On Climate Science’s PR Campaign; They still don't seem aware of the pH catastrophe!