During college, Nick Anderer spent an influential year studying abroad in Rome, where he was incredibly inspired. After working under well-known chefs like Mario Batali and Larry Forgione, Anderer went back to Italy for a year to learn more about the cuisine and traditions of the country that first inspired him. He returned to the States to reinvigorate the pasta program at legendary New York City restaurant Gramercy Tavern, and worked under both Tom Colicchio and Mike Anthony. In 2009, he opened Maialino, a Roman-style trattoria that was named one of the best new restaurants by "Esquire" and "Time Out New York." Along with Pastry Chef Jessica Weiss, Chef Nick will prepare some his favorite dishes from this acclaimed restaurant. Free for current career students and alumni; general public, $40.
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