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Mario Batali's twelfth restaurant focuses on the twin pleasures of meat and wine. A wide range of antipasti precede beef, veal, lamb, and pork entrees.
It tries to have a scene (there could be a Saudi princess and her boy toy weekending at the table next to you), but deep down we know why everyone's at Carnevinodelicious, Mario Batalistyle comfort food.
The aim-to-please menu reads like a greatest hits of both traditional Italian and classic steak house fare, but with a Mario twist: soft, warm lardo drizzled over beef carpaccio. Full review →
The giant bronze steer just inside the front door of Chef Mario Batali's handsome restaurant attests to the primary offering: melt-in-your-mouth beef. Full review →When the bread arrives, be sure to try the lardo, a savory spread made from pork fat, ginger, allspice, and rosemary.
If you love a good steak and great wine, you’ll be happy at chef Mario Batali’s Carnevino. Full review →
Though Mario Batali is best known for his Italian creations, his venture at The Palazzo adds a whole new dimension to his repertoire. Full review →
At this glam steakhouse – a collaboration between superstar chef Mario Batali and famed winemaker Joe Bastianich – it's all about red meat and red wine. Full review →
Red meat and wine: it's a popular combination that this Mario Batali/Joe Bastianich steakhouse delivers. Full review →
"Meat rules" at Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Italian "beefery" in the Palazzo, where "tender" aged chops are matched by an "impressive" wine list and "unobtrusive" service. Full review →