Mario Batali made a name for himself cooking rustic Italian, but he and partner Joe Bastianich prove they can elevate the food and wines of Italy to the level of haute cuisine with their Manhattan restaurant Del Posto. "Even the simplest peasant noodle dish is served with multiple rows of silver, on fine bone china, in the most exacting, Michelin-approved style," New York magazine critic Adam Platt wrote in his review of the restaurant. Expect no less than Italian offal ceremoniously carved tableside, live piano music tinkling in the background, and footstools for ladies' handbags.
Outstanding Service: Del Posto
Source: Del Posto
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