The Meatball Shop Owners Play 'Name that Meatball'

Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow share the secrets behind their amazing meatball hybrids.
3:16 | 08/26/13

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All right, we always love having our friends daniel holzman and michael chernow co-owners of the meatball shop. our meatballs and some amazing new meatball hybrids. Let's chat first, though, you guys just opened your flagship restaurant on the upper east side, congratulations. Biggest one so far. On the upper east side. It's crazy and amazing. Flying out the door. Yeah. You know, people think of meatballs as comfort food. You guys are trained at some of the finest culinary institute in the nation. Meatballs -- we just put meatballs on the stage. That's all we did. A big classic and amazing and delicious for years and years. This man, our chef -- look at this guy's hands. From rolling meatballs. All meatballs are alike. You guys are taking it to a gourmet level and different kinds. We have three different kinds you created and we'll guess -- can we play this first. We'll play a game called name that meatball. All right. Name that meatball! We'll let you taste the first meatball. This meatball is something that you could potentially eat in a sports bar when you're potentially watching the super bowl. A buffalo chicken meatball. That is it. That's what I'm talking about. How did you know that so quickly? Daniel, well done, sir. This next meatball, not as easy. Not as easy as -- you might have to taste it before you guess. This is an iconic sandwich that goes by a man's name. Not kosher. Ruben. Did I get it? All right. Wow, ruben sandwich meatball. I'm sorry, I like to eat. I'm not going to talk about it. You got to taste first then I'll describe what you're eating. This is our hardest meatball to get. This meatball is something -- there's a school named in france -- it's kind of like a quiche lorraine. Same exact ingredients over served over chicken. What do you got? Wow. Chicken cordon bleu. Look at that. These are fantastic. At name that game -- name the meatball game. Everybody -- everybody is the winner. We brought you some prizes. You did? We did. Oh, my gosh. So that you can be -- we brought you meatball hats. And just so everybody knows out there we are taking a little migration out to los angeles to do a little pop-up. Meatball pop-up. We had 54 meatballs and counting. We now have 60. Last night -- we have 60 meatball and rotate them all the time. You can find a lot of them here. Always something new. If you can't get to the restaurant, try to make them on your own. On your way to new york, on your way to l.A. We're just going out to l.A. For one night opening up in venice beach. Going to be amazing and if you're in l.A., Make it to the meatball hot spot. thank you so much.

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