• Eater: Anthony Bourdain's Favorite NYC Restaurants: Mission Chinese, Osteria Morini, and More

    Anthony Bourdain loves coming home to NYC to eat at Osteria Morini and Marea.

  • Food Network: Iron Chef Eats

    Iron Chef Mario Batali names Osteria Morini Soho's Tortellini in Brodo his go-to

    when seeking comfort food on Iron Chef Eats: Comfort Food Edition

  • Zagat: New York City's Best 100 Restaurants

    Osteria Morini is named one of New York City's 100 Best Restaurants by Zagat. Sister restaurants Marea and Ai Fiori also make the list!

  • Haute Living: Top 5 Meatballs in NYC


  • USA Today: Get a Taste of the High Life at SoHo's Hottest Tables

    Osteria Morini is a class act: the large dining room and front bar are filled with business suits by day and Balenciaga bags by night, all there to sample Michael White's impressive northern Italian fare.

  • CNN Insider Guide: Best of New York City

    CNN includes Osteria Morini in the Insider's Guide to the Best of New York City. 

  • Bloomberg Businessweek: The Best Steaks in New York, According to Top Chefs

    Bloomberg Businessweek shared an article on best steaks in NYC as chosen by chefs, which included Vaucluse's Entrecote and Osteria Morini's 120 dry-aged Tomahawk.

  • The Infatuation: The Best SoHo Restaurants

    The Infatuation includes Osteria Morini among best places to eat in SoHo.

  • The Infatuation: Anthony Bourdain

    Anthony Bourdain is featured in this week's Friday Fives from the Infatuation, with Osteria Morini noted as his favoriate place for a steak. 

  • First We Feast: The Insider's Guide to Mooching Off Industry Specials in NYC

    Every Monday beginning just after 9pm, guests are invited to stuff their faces with pasta dishes like the Spalina—a duo of ravioli with Squaquerone cheese and rabbit—for just $10 per plate. 

  • VICE Munchies: Andrew Zimmern

    You might know Andrew Zimmern from his Travel Channel show Bizarre Foods in which he wolfs down unsightly things halfway across the world. Maybe you've wondered what he eats when he's out with friends in New York. For this episode of Munchies, Andrew chose to start at Osteria Morini, where the most bizarre food on the table was an amazing rib-eye carpaccio that had been aged for 120 days. Then they headed to Marc Forgione for one of the more interesting meals we've ever seen. We ended up at the kitchen of Barbuto, where Zimmern made Chinese chicken drumsticks for the legendary chef Jonathan Waxman. Enjoy.

  • Complex Magazine: Secret Menu Items in NYC

    Some nights it's on offer, some nights it's not, but when the 120-day dry-aged boneless ribeye does make an appearance at Michael White's bustling Osteria Morini in Nolita, customers swoon over a crusty exterior that yields to rich, buttery innards.

  • The Wall Street Journal: More High-End Restaurants Warming Up to Take Out

    To show appreciation for regulars, senior restaurant staff members may personally deliver an order, introducing themselves and thanking the customer.

  • Bloomberg Pursuits: The Most Spectacular Luxury Photos of 2015

    Osteria Morini is rated #51.

  • Serious Eats: NYC's Best Restaurants to Stay for Dessert

    One of the best casual places for Italian food—especially fresh pasta—is Osteria Morini. And its highly regarded pastry chef, Robert Truitt, doesn't slouch at this restaurant on the more casual end of the Michael White empire.

  • The Village Voice: Osteria Morini Offers $10 Handmade Pastas Every Monday

    Starting after 9 p.m., Morini offers all pastas (excluding the risotto and lasagna) for just $10. What's more, you get exactly the same size portion as you'd get any other day, which means that you can sample White's handmade Emilia-Romagna fare for less than half the price -- dishes usually go for $20 to $24.

  • NoBread: Osteria Morini

    Gluten Free Restaurant recommendation website NoBread loved the allergy-friendly fare at Osteria Morini. 

  • Full-Service Restaurants: Delivery Services Go Gourmet

    Phillip Buttacavoli dishes on using Caviar at Osteria Morini with FSR Magazine.

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