About Mario Batali
It has been reported that the total amount of Mario Batali net worth today is as much as 25 million dollars. Mario Batali has earned his huge net worth because of his career as a chef, restaurateur, writer and TV personality. Mario Batali is an owner of his restaurant franchise, which also includes a couple of cookbooks, his own line of food products and many more. Thus, all of these involvements have led to a huge increase in the total size of Mario Batali net worth, as well. Mario Batali has also appeared in many TV shows, mostly related to cooking.
He started his career as a dishwasher, thus, today it is quite unbelievable that a simple dishwasher has reached so much in this industry. In making his restaurant empire, Mario Batali has been working closely with Joe Bastianich. The duo established restaurants in Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles, and they also expanded their business to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Mario Batali was born in 1960 in Seattle, where he grew up. Mario Batali was studying at Rutgers University, where he did not study cooking, but was attending classes of Spanish language, Economics and Theater. In London, he focused on his career as a cook, where he was studying at Le Cordon Bleu. However, he was not interested into these lessons at all and soon decided to stop it.
Mario Batali decided to focus on more advanced culinary techniques, which would make an impact in American culinary world. Mario Batali was coached a lot in cooking by London’s legendary Chef Marco Pierre White. Later, he was studying at Northern Italian village of Borgo Capanne, where he stayed for three years.
When he came back to the United States, Mario Batali decided to work in the Italian cuisine sphere there. In New York City, he reached the peak of his career as a chef, which has also added up to the overall amount of Mario Batali net worth. His first popular restaurant there was Babbo Ristorante e Enoteca. Later, he established even more restaurants, such as Otto Enoteca Pizzeria, Bar Jamon, Lupa Osteria Romana, Casa Mono, Esca, Italian Del Posto and many others, with his most recent being Eataly. These restaurants proved to be successes and they also added up to the overall amount of Mario Batali net worth a lot. In 2008, Mario Batali founded the Mario Batali Foundation to feed, protect and educate children in poverty.