Eater NY interviews chef Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, and business partner Jeff Zalaznick of Torrisi Italian Specialties and the buzzy new Carbone in NYC. Carbone on the Italian-American approach and the pricing: "To do fine dining in this style,...
Bloomberg critic Ryan Sutton awards 3 and a half stars to Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi's newest NYC restaurant, Carbone. He calls the restaurant "spectacular" and writes "The young Carbone is already one of our city's finest seafood spots."
As someone who has over the last three years spent hours talking about food and the creative process with Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, I thought it would be interesting to talk to them one on one (or should I say one on two) about Carbone, their latest restaurant that focuses on Italian American fine dining. Show More Summary
Here's an enormous photo set by Adam Goldberg of A Life Worth Eating of dinner at Carbone, the newest restaurant from New York City chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi of Torrisi Italian Specialties and Parm. The gallery includes pics...
Eater NY gets the first look at one of the most anticipated opening of the year: Carbone from Rich Torrisi, Mario Carbone, and Jeff Zalaznick. According to Carbone, the restaurant hopes to evoke "midcentury, Italian-American fine dining." The dream of...
Carbone's Blackout Cake. Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick's much-anticipated Italian-American restaurant finally opens in Greenwich Village tomorrow. With Godfather-esque tile floors, servers who want you to have it your...Show More Summary
The New York Times takes a look at Carbone, the newest restaurant from New York City chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi. Opening this Friday, the space was created to evoke "a lively night downtown, circa 1958" when Italians in...
Picnic at hanging Rocco's. Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi continue to expand their portfolio of uniquely Italian-American restaurants with Carbone, which opens this Friday on Thompson Street in the West Village, the Times reports. Along...Show More Summary
"You get handed a rifle by an old man, then you go have dessert," says Carbone, at Tiro A Segno. New Yorkers know all about Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi's turkey sandwiches, sacred tasting menu, and San Gennaro spirit, but the boys behind Torrisi Italian Specialties, Parm, and the upcoming Carbone, are actually very private people. Show More Summary
From left, Carbone’s Rich Torrisi, Jeff Zalaznick, and Mario Carbone. For two very busy chef-restaurateurs, Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi have been spending a lot of time dining out lately, all in the name of research. After exploring...Show More Summary
Here they are, with two hometown(ish) heroes! · Erik Anderson & Josh Habiger, The Catbird Seat, Nashville, TN· Mario Carbone & Rich Torrisi, Torrisi Italian Specialties, New York, NY· Danny Grant, RIA, Chicago, IL· Dan Kluger, ABC Kitchen,...Show More Summary
Welcome to Tough Doors, in which Eater talks to the chefs, GMs, and restaurateurs behind some of the world's most in-demand restaurants and gets the lowdown on how best to get in. [Photo: Ulterior Epicure/Flickr] Chefs Rich Torrisi and Mario...
Ryan Sutton's The Price Hike returns after a brief absence. First up: NYC's Torrisi Italian Specialties hiking the price of its four-course menu by $5 to $65. Said chef Rich Torrisi: "The restaurant (Torrisi) makes about no money, this I...
Fun is usually not the first thing that comes to mind when I think of tasting menus. Expensive? For sure. Exciting? I hope so. Tasty? Better be. Show-offy? Often. So when I went to Torrisi Italian Specialties for Rich Torrisi's freshly...Show More Summary
It's dinnnnnertime, kids! Fans of Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi have yet another reason to high-five. Carbone has confirmed to Grub Street that Parm opens for dinner tonight, and Fork in the Road has all the details. Wednesday's "nightly special"? Aged chopped steak. [Fork in the Road/VV] Read more posts by Alyssa Shelasky
Mario Carbone (left) and Rich Torrisi. Yesterday Grub Street got an early tip from the Torrisi team that there would be big news today, but before we could blink, we learn from Eater that said news is that Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi have taken over the Rocco space. Show More Summary
The cast of the spruced up Feast of San Gennaro. This week in the magazine, it's Fall Preview time. Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld bring news of the upgraded Feast of San Gennaro, the Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi–led effort to gourmet-ify the annual street fair, with the help of Wylie Dufresne, April Bloomfield, and other notable New York chefs. Show More Summary
Mario Carbone (left) and Rich Torrisi. The Parm sandwich shop that we first told you about back in March won't be open for at least another month, but today the Post brings the news that partners Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff...Show More Summary
In his profile of Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, Frank Bruni's thesis isn't merely that Torrisi Italian Specialties is good; it's that the restaurant (and its owners) could change the face of Italian cooking in America, thanks to their fusion (his word!) cooking. Show More Summary
Mario Carbone, left, and Rich Torrisi. Good news for those who prefer their chicken-parm heros meticulously crafted by classically French-trained superchefs as opposed to the standard Little Italy procedure: Torrisi Italian Specialties is expanding. Show More Summary