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Italian Chef Davide Scabin Behind a New MePa Wine Bar


Italy's Mulino a Vino restaurant is planning to open a New York location soon in the Meatpacking District. The wine-focused restaurant plans to have diners select their wine first, with the help of waiters acting in "mini-sommelier capacities," and then choose their food based on the wine. Davide Scabin, one of Italy's most important chefs is designing the menu, which will be divided up into small, medium, and large plates, including some smaller takes on Italian classics. Scabin runs Combal.Zero, which was awarded two Michelin stars in 2007, and is known for mixing Italian tradition with science. It doesn't look like he will be abandoning his post there, for this project, but his name on the menu means it will probably go beyond the standard pasta. Expect Mulino a Vino to open some time in September.
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Mulino a Vino

337 W 14th Street, New York, NY

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