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New York’s Bottino Proves A Chef Need Not Be Italian To Cook As Well As One - Forbes
It is not an idle question to ask if a non-Italian chef can truly cook Italian food, because when it comes to other national cuisines—Indian, Chinese, Turkish, Russian, Thai —few who are not from those regions ever attempt to make them.Read More
Bottino: Italian Made Better - Resident Magazine
Forget your boring dinner plans and head to Bottino, known for its indulgent Italian fare. Named from the Italian “Botte” for wine barrel, you can sit back, relax and bite into some authentic and seasonal plates in the restaurant’s airy atmosphere which was designed by architect Thomas Lesser.Read More
Italian Dining at Bottino in NYC - East End Taste
Now is the time to head to Bottino in New York City‘s Chelsea neighborhood on Tenth Avenue. Bottino’s Executive Chef and Partner Jamie Kenyon brings forth a chef driven experience for guests with a newly launched menu and refreshed look.Read More
To the Food Lover Belong the Spoils - Apple Eats
It might be said that restaurateur Danny Emerman is a follower of the arts.Read More
Twenty-One Years in Business and Bottino Plans to Charm New Yorkers For Years to Come - Superlative
It’s no small feat for a restaurant to stay afloat in New York City. With a competitive dining scene and new culinary concepts emerging at a rapid rate, Bottino‘s 21 years in the business is highly impressive.Read More
Manhattan Digest -
Bottino Provides Scrumptious Tuscan Dishes in ChelseaRead More