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Eat This Now: Orecchiette with Lamb Neck Ragú and Orange Carrots at Del Posto

J. Kenji López-Alt 6 comments

The other week when Ed and I stopped by Del Posto to check out their new gluten-free pasta options, I managed to sneak back into the kitchens afterwards to peep a quick look at how chef Matt Abdoo puts together what is quite possibly my favorite pasta dish on the menu (it's hard to choose). Check out how the Orecchiette with Lamb Neck Ragú and Orange Carrots is made, start to finish. More

Del Posto Offering Entire Pasta Menu Gluten-Free (and It's Good!)

J. Kenji López-Alt 19 comments

I was more than a bit skeptical when Del Posto Chef Mark Ladner emailed me a few weeks back claiming "We have perfected a fresh gluten free pasta recipe and now offer every single one of our pastas in a gluten-free version."

Perfect? Really? This I had to try for myself.

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Sugar Rush: Torta di Zucca at Del Posto

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

New to Del Posto's menu this season is Torta di Zucca ($12), a creation with savory flavors more often found in that classic fall dish of pumpkin ravioli with brown butter and sage. More

How to Make Veal Braciole with Del Posto's Mark Ladner at the New York Culinary Experience

Laura Togut 5 comments

Chef Mark Ladner of Del Posto, who is famous for his delicious high-class-yet-rustic Italian cusine and for his fantastic taste in eye wear gave a hands-on demonstration of his Veal Braciole as part of the the New York Culinary Experience. You can order this dish at Del Posto, but with a little ambition, you can also make it at home. More

12 Spots in New York Where Tourists Should Go

The Serious Eats Team 16 comments

As we've seen, there are some tourist-frequented spots that really do serve good food. But where do we think tourists should go? Here are a dozen places that we think visitors to our fair city shouldn't miss. (Pizza, bagels, burgers, Italian-American spots, picks for Food Network and Top Chef fans, and the best way to get into great restaurants for less cash—it's all here.) More

Top 5 Restaurant Sweets of 2010

Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

Picking just five restaurant desserts is no easy feat—but in this list, you'll find plated desserts that are both delicious and accessible. At most places, you can just drop in at the bar or during off hours for dessert alone; and for the Chocolate Ricotta Tortino at Del Posto, make it the your dessert selection for their excellent $29 http://newyork.seriouseats.com/2009/12/new-menu-lunch-at-del-posto-mario-batali-italian-four-star-gamble-review.html. Today, the Top 5 Restaurant Sweets of 2010. More

SWEET 2010: The Top Five Desserts

Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

[Photographs: Greg Takayama] Saturday night was nothing but a decadent sugarfest at SWEET, now in its third year running. (Look back on 2008 and 2009, if these aren't enough sweets for you!) This year brought old favorites along with new... More

The Best Bread Baskets in New York City

Katie Quinn 54 comments

Bread baskets are one of the greatest pleasures of dining out. Have you ever eaten a bread basket that was so delicious you couldn't stop eating it? Or one that even out-shined your actual meal? We have—and since New York City is a bastion of the impressive bread basket, we set out to determine our favorites. More

The 6 Best Things We Ate at Village Voice's Choice Eats 2010

Erin Zimmer 5 comments

We crammed into the 69th Armory building last night with a zoo of others for Village Voice's Third Annual Choice Eats event. It was a flurry of arms reaching for small taster plates from about 65 New York City restaurants,... More

Photo of the Day: Del Posto Chef Mark Ladner

Carey Jones 5 comments

[Photo: Robyn Lee] This week in his review of lunch at Del Posto, Ed wrote, "[Chef Mark] Ladner is not a household name, but he should be." We'd like to suggest that he should be a household face, too.... More

Lunch at Del Posto: A Four-Star Italian Gamble Pays Off

Ed Levine 34 comments

What we found and tasted was stunning: Ladner has somehow managed to reconcile the earthy and the elegant, just what a four-star Italian restaurant has to do. The food at Del Posto is now grounded, focused, and crazy good. And that $29 lunch deal? It's a steal. Here's why. More

Why Mario's Closing the Enoteca at Del Posto

Carey Jones 7 comments

[Photo: Robyn Lee] Yesterday, Mario Batali announced that he'd be doing away with the enoteca portion of Del Posto, extending the fine dining menu to the full space. Ed has always been of the opinion that the more relaxed,... More

The Dessert Files: SWEET at the New York Wine and Food Festival

Kathy YL Chan 3 comments

[Photographs: Robyn Lee] The 2009 SWEET fest at the New York Wine and Food Festival was full of surprises. The things we expected to be best were not, and accordingly, other unanticipated sweets blew us away. Peanut butter with... More

Marco Pierre White Loves Del Posto, Compares to a Warm Bath

Erin Zimmer 1 comment

Marco Pierre White, the archetypal badboy chef and host of Chopping Block, which premieres tonight, told Time magazine: "My favorite restaurants in New York are run by Mario Batali. He finds that balance between formality and informality. Even Del Posto... More

Piggy-Filled Photos from Cochon555 Dinner: 5 Chefs, 5 Pigs, 5 Winemakers

Laren Spirer 4 comments

All photographs by Joe DiStefano. The Del Posto booth. Just one whiff upon walking into the Hiro Ballroom on Sunday afternoon was enough to get a preview of what was in store at Cochon555—the gentle, soothing aroma of smoked... More

New Del Posto Pastry Chef Makes the Best Brownie Ever—And It's Gluten-Free

Ed Levine Post a comment

"These little squares of chocolate-nut heaven are the brownies of my dreams." I don't know why exactly, but lately I've been exploring the brownie culture of New York. On one foray to Chelsea Market, I tried brownies from Sarabeth's, Amy's,... More

The Best Italian Restaurant Nobody Knows

Ed Levine 4 comments

I've had two terrific, fairly priced Italian meals in the last two weeks at a restaurant owned by a celebrity chef. Excellent pastas, solicitous service, superb if slightly oversalted skirt steak, extraordinarily delicious pork tenderloin, and killer sorbets and gelato... More

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