Mario Batali is married to Susi Cahn since 1994. The couple’s private wedding ceremony was held on a beach in the Caribbean. Susi is the daughter of Miles and Lillian Cahn, co-founder of Coach Inc. She belongs to a high-fashion legacy.
The couple had a reception along with Zydeco and Mariachi bands and tubs of ice cream sandwiches instead of a wedding cake. Batali from the marriage has two adorable sons namely Benno Batali and Leo Batali. He and his spouse Cahn are married for 23 years now. In the past, people speculated him being gay.
Mario Batali, celebrity chef, first met Susi Cahn at a food event in 1992. Batali stared dating Susi at the age of 32.
Batali has been able to handle his personal life and professional life gracefully. His wife Susi and two kids equally serves him in kitchen as well. In 2016’s Independence Day, Batali shared a picture of a cherry pie made by Susi Cahn on his Instagram.
Despite many controversies, Mario’s wife always supported him and stood by his side. They duo is really compatible with each other. In leisure, Mario and his wife goes out for vacationing in Gigante, Rivas, Nicaragua.
On 11th December, 2017, Eater published allegations against Batali for sexual harassment and sexual misconduct by four women. However, the next day, Huffington Post reported another four women had come forward with allegations.
After that, the 57-year old chef declared he was taking leave from his position at Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group, the management company. Batali was asked by the ABC tv show The Chew to discontinue, and co-hosts of the show publically opened up the allegations on air.
Born on September 19, 1960, Mario Batali is a well-known chef as well as a media personality. He went to Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Before fame, he worked as a cook at a popular after-pub college eatery, Stuff Yer Face. He resides with his family in Greenwich Village, New York.
Batali has made $25 million net worth through his career as chef and tv shows. He is the co-owner of restaurants in New York City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Singapore, Wesport, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut. His company Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group had £187 million in revenue in 2012.
As a social activist, Mario worked as an ambassador of The Lunchbox Fund, non profit organization that provides a daily meal to poor children in Soweto, South Africa. Beyond that, Batali and his wife Susi Cahn established the Mario Batali Foundation, funding several educational programs and pediatric disease research in 2008.