Nothing wrong with that at all.
But hey, they make better burrata in Italy.
Introducing Quattro Gastronomia Italiana, an elegant Italian spot that's sourcing 98% of its ingredients directly from Italy, taking reservations now for its debut next week in the crazy new Trump SoHo building.
Considering Trump's marked appreciation for imports (and bombast), Quattro's decision to gracefully and deliciously stage a menu of flown-in delights seems about right—everything from the salt and pepper to the turbot and Parmigiano come from Italy.
It's the kind of room that looks airy and graceful during the day—flowing curtains cover 25-foot windows in the high-ceilinged room—but dark and chic at night, with mirror tiles behind the bar, dark green tiles lining oversized columns and nooks for stealing away with a date. The end effect is the rare spot that can pull off both business and pleasure (like the mullet of restaurants).
And the rare room that can help charmingly close any deal, with the aid of the fifth-floor pool (that's bigger than the one at the SoHo House) and bocce court set to open in June.
Bocce: the ultimate deal-closer.