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The world’s top restaurant has just been named and it will give you even more motivation to book a trip to Italy.
Chef Massimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy took home the #1 spot again after being named the world’s best in 2016 (it was #2 on last year’s list). The three-Michelin-star restaurant, which features a 10- and 12-course tasting menu, bumped out New York City’s Eleven Madison Park, which fell to #4 after being named the world’s best in 2017.
“The top spot for Osteria Francescana is testament to Bottura’s continued commitment to driving forward the restaurant’s unique character,” the press release states. “The discreet Modena restaurant serves Bottura’s contemporary cuisine, which challenges and reinvents Italian culinary tradition while making use of the finest produce from the Emilia-Romagna region.”
This year, six restaurants in the United States made the list, which was sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna. Four winners are located in New York while Chicago’s fine-dining hot spot Alinea landed at number 34.
Dan Barber of Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, New York was voted by his peers as the winner of the Chefs’ Choice Award, which is bestowed on an individual believed by their peers to have made the most significant contribution to the industry over the last year. The restaurant also claimed the 12th spot on the list.
See the full list below.
- 1. Osteria Francescana (Modena, Italy)
- 2. El Celler de Can Roca (Girona, Spain)
- 3. Mirazur (Menton, France)
- 4. Eleven Madison Park (New York City)
- 5. Gaggan (Bangkok)
- 6. Central (Lima, Peru)
- 7. Maido (Lima, Peru)
- 8. Arpege (Paris, France)
- 9. Mugaritz (San Sebastian, Spain)
- 10. Asador Etxebarri (Axpe, Spain)
- 11. Quintonil (Mexico City, Mexico)
- 12. Blue Hill at Stone Barns (Pocantico Hills, New York)
- 13. Pujol (Mexico City, Mexico)
- 14. Steirereck (Vienna, Austria)
- 15. White Rabbit (Moscow, Russia)
- 16. Piazza Duomo (Alba, Italy)
- 17. Den (Tokyo, Japan)
- 18. Disfrutar (Barcelona, Spain)
- 19. Geranium (Copenhagen)
- 20. Attica (Melboure, Australia)
- 21. Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée (Paris, France)
- 22. Narisawa (Tokyo, Japan)
- 23. Le Calandre (Rubano, Italy)
- 24. Ultraviolet (Shanghai, China)
- 25. Cosme (New York City)
With all our focus on Petiana Grandavidson, it’s easy to forget that there is another equally incongruous celebrity couple that deserves our attention. I’m speaking, of course, about Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. (PriJonas? Chonas? Jopra? Discuss amongst yourselves).
The pair reportedly began dating last month, and already things seem to be moving pretty fast. According to People, the pair are currently on a trip to India together so that Jonas can meet Chopra’s mother. Earlier this month, Chopra joined Jonas at his cousin’s wedding in New Jersey.
“They’re very happy,” says a source close to the couple. “It’s getting serious.”
“It tore some fibers,” he said, smiling. “I’m limping.”
The pain — and the wait — was worth it. Brazil responded from an uneven performance in a 1-1 draw with Switzerland on Sunday and an underwhelming display in the first half Friday to close in on a spot in the round of 16 from Group E.
Tite was not the only one to release his emotions. Neymar, the star attacker seeking to regain world-class form after foot surgery sidelined him much of the year, dropped to his knees at the final whistle, covered his face and shed tears. He had put the outcome to rest with a goal in the final seconds.
“The joy, the satisfaction and the pride of representing the Brazilian national team is a lot,” Tite said. “He has the responsibility and pressure and courage to show it. Everyone shows it in their own way.”
With their team needing nearly every last second to earn the expected three points, Brazilian fans rode a wave of emotions all afternoon. Costa Rica, which will not advance after reaching the quarterfinals in 2014, threatened to take the lead in the first half before Brazil found its way after halftime.
Tite “always highlights the importance of being mentally strong from the beginning,” Coutinho said. “Whether you score in the first minute or the last minute, you have to fight. We fought to the end. We were rewarded with the victory.”
You got the sense watching Brazil in the second half that things are beginning to fall into place. Neymar is getting stronger, and the chemistry is improving. While Germany and Argentina have struggled, Brazil looks as if it is building toward a championship run.
“I see the team consolidating and growing,” Tite said. “Sometimes the players build their own spirit. I have to look to foster that growth and strengthen the team.”
Early on, though, Costa Rica identified gaps in the Brazilian formation and generated opportunities both from counterattacks and possession. The best: Celso Borges’s running one-timer, a clear bid from 14 yards, that streaked beyond the far post.
The Brazilians roared to life after intermission, lifted in part by the arrival of Douglas Costa and the departure of Willian, who logged 45 lousy minutes.
“I joked, ‘Look at the old man, 57 years old. Please control the ball and make opportunities,’ ” Tite said.
They responded. Gabriel Jesus’s header kissed the crossbar, and Costa Rica defender Cristian Gamboa blocked Coutinho’s bid. Unmarked in the heart of the penalty area, Neymar drove a one-timer over the crossbar.
Brazilian frustration grew. At one point, after a player joust, Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers gestured to Neymar to shut his mouth.
The Ticos were consumed with absorbing pressure and counterattacking, the only way they were going to survive.
From a tactical standpoint, there was nothing for them to be ashamed about (until the last 10 minutes, anyway, when they stalled and embellished injuries). It was smart, patient soccer that turned the majority Brazilian audience into a nervous wreck.
Ticos Coach Oscar Ramirez said: “I don’t know what else we could’ve done. What we did was perfect. Considering what I had at my disposal and what they had, it was reasonable what we did.”
Neymar had another great look, whistling a 22-yarder past the top right corner. With nothing going his way, he turned to trickery, tipping over like a rotting tree when Giancarlo Gonzalez made light contact in the box.
Kuipers awarded a penalty kick, but video replay took it away.
“Brazil doesn’t need any help,” Tite said. “The athletes don’t want any help. The coach doesn’t need any help. We want to be better — that’s how we want to win.”
Playing better did not translate into goals. Irritation grew. Costa Rica’s Keylor Navas, Real Madrid’s primary goalkeeper, did not make any mistakes.
Then came the breakthrough. Roberto Firmino won a header in the box. Jesus left the ball for Coutinho, who stabbed in a one-timer.
Later, Neymar knocked in Costa’s cross to clinch the outcome — and provide late-arriving relief for the band of Brazilian supporters.
“He is a human being,” Tite said of the superstar. “He needs time to resume his high standards. While he is doing that, the team has to be strong and not dependent on him. Is he going to make it? Yes, of course, he’s going to make it. He’s going to reach the top. You will see.”
— Steven Goff
Brazil: vs. Serbia in Moscow, June 27, 2 p.m.
Costa Rica: vs. Switzerland in Nizhny-Novgorod, June 27, 2 p.m.