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March 26, 2017

Back in 2014 Mario hit “The High Road,” visiting some of New York City’s most fascinating gems with some of its most fascinating people. This twelve-part series of short films pairs Mario with some of New York City’s most famous residents to play tourist, visiting notable sights while chatting about everything from politics to real-life heroes….

March 23, 2017

With this Babbo take on a classic Roman recipe, the artichoke’s supposed aphrodisiac qualities are enhanced with additions of chili flakes and fresh mint. Be certain to cook them just through, overcooking is a disaster.

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Artichokes Bread carciofi chile kale mint spring
March 20, 2017

Back in 2014 Mario hit “The High Road,” visiting some of New York City’s most fascinating gems with some of its most fascinating people. This twelve-part series of short films pairs Mario with some of New York City’s most famous residents to play tourist, visiting notable sights while chatting about everything from politics to real-life heroes….

March 17, 2017

The greatest influx of Irish immigrants to America came in the mid-to-late 1800s, when demand for laborers in infrastructure was at an all-time high.  Irish workers contributed to projects such as the Erie Canal and the westward expansion of the railroads, and also worked as loggers, coal miners and factory workers. Despite their considerable contributions,…

March 11, 2017

Back in 2014 Mario hit “The High Road,” visiting some of New York City’s most fascinating gems with some of its most fascinating people. This twelve-part series of short films pairs Mario with some of New York City’s most famous residents to play tourist, visiting notable sights while chatting about everything from politics to real-life heroes….

March 10, 2017

Dave Pasternack of Esca cooks a phenomenally simple pasta dish using rock shrimp, green ceci, and arbol chiles.

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ceci chile Dave Pasternack Esca pasta shrimp
March 6, 2017

Back in 2014 Mario hit “The High Road,” visiting some of New York City’s most fascinating gems with some of its most fascinating people. This twelve-part series of short films pairs Mario with some of New York City’s most famous residents to play tourist, visiting notable sights while chatting about everything from politics to real-life heroes….

"Food is much better off the hand than the fork."

What’s Happening

Robinson Market District: Mario Batali Meet & Greet and Book Signing

Saturday, April 8th, 2017
10:00AM - 12:00PM

Join us for a special book signing event and sample some of his newest recipes as part of his Big American Cookbook national tour. The event is free, but tickets are limited. You must purchase a book to receive an autograph. Customers get 25% off with their Advantage Card. Register for your FREE tickets today!

Food Bank for New York City's CAN DO Awards

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
6:03PM - 11:30PM

Save the date to join Mario and his wife, Susi Cahn, as honorary chairs for the Food Bank for New York City's annual CAN DO awards. Held at Cipriani Wall Street, partners in the fight against hunger will be honored and celebrated. Stay tuned of further info!

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