Restaurant Hires Grandmas to Cook Authentic Cuisines From All Over the World
So what is next for Enoteca Maria?
“We pride ourselves on featuring every culture, every country on every day,” Scaravella told Your Daily Dish, touching upon the importance of diversity — especially during today’s tense political and social climate.
The restaurant only sits around 30 people now and he has no plans of expanding — physically, that is. Scaravella told Your Daily Dish that they are taking the brand of Enoteca Maria, along with Nonnas of the World, to the big screen. There will be a film released by a production company called Matador, as well as a TV show, based on the concept of what the restaurant made famous — international cooking grandmas.
And we can’t wait to see it!