Who is Mario Batali

Mario Francesco Batali (born September 19, 1960) is an American chef, writer, and restaurateur. Batali co-owned restaurants in New York City; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; and Newport Beach, California; Boston; Singapore; Westport, Connecticut; and New Haven, Connecticut. Batali has appeared on the Food Network, on shows such as Molto Mario and Iron Chef America, on which he was one of the featured "Iron Chefs". In 2017, the restaurant review site Eater revealed multiple accusations of sexual misconduct against Batali and, in March 2019, he sold all his restaurant holdings.

Early life

Batali was born in Seattle on September 19, 1960, to Marilyn (LaFramboise) and Armandino Batali, who founded Seattle's Salumi restaurant in 2006. His father is of Italian descent and his mo...
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Shiprakk: the kitchen really is the castle itself. this is where we spend our happiest moments and where we find the joy of being a family. - mario batali the kitchen is regarded as one of the most important rooms for health, wealth and happiness in vastu shastra. the kitchen is the place
Astronnum: the kitchen really is the castle itself. this is where we spend our happiest moments and where we find the joy of being a family. - mario batali the kitchen is regarded as one of the most important rooms for health, wealth and happiness in vastu shastra. the kitchen is the place
Publishing_101_: to succeed in the book trade you must either, follow the 'jedi mindset' publishing handguide, hit a gold mine and stumble upon the next 'the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy', or publish mario batali's next cookbook.
Profdavidsa: either the king or mario batali
Jlyb_android: it's difficult for people to understand: saying sorry might as well fall onto deaf ears. but if it should be our eyes - at least we can show remorse. for the blind, all they have are the good shit. but, maybe i didn't like previous usage of that word
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