Bio, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Height of Celebrity Wife Susi Cahn

There are so many people who came to the spotlight as the wife or ex-wife of the celebrity. Same as Susi Cahn who is famous as the wife of the professional cook, Mario Batali.

Susi Cahn opened her eyes in the middle of the 60s in New York, United State. She was born to parents Lillian Cahn (mother) and Miles Cahn (father). She grew up along with her sister Julie, and brother David Cahn as her siblings. Cahn is of American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnical background. 

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Caption: Susi Cahn with her husband (Source: hearstapps)

Her father is a businessman, designer, and founder of Coach, Inc. He co-founded the company Coach, Inc along with his wife. It is an American luxury fashion company founded in 1961. But soon in 1985,  they sold the company to focus on something they love. After that, they opened a Coach Farm making artisanal goat cheese in the Hudson Valley.

Susi stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches and her weight is normal. She has a black hair color and green color eyes.

Who is Her Husband?

Susi Cahn’s husband Mario Batali is an American chef, author, restaurateur, and media celebrity. He is also the co-owner of many restaurant businesses in various cities such as New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Boston, Singapore, Hong Kong, Westport, Connecticut, and New Haven, Connecticut.

At the beginning of his career, he had an interest in the cooking-related business. After that, he made a solid base through his research in several universities. Likewise, he started his career as a chef in the ‘Four Seasons Biltmore’ restaurant. The restaurant was followed by his profession as a chef in an Italian Restaurant.

After a lot of experience in some of the local restaurants as a chef, he started his own restaurant ‘Po’ in New York City in 1993. At that time, he got the opportunity to taste the smell of success. Then he was expressed from 1996 to 2004 in the Food Network show “Molto Mario”.

Caption: Susi Cahn’s Husband (Source: nyppagesix)

Later he collaborated with Joe Bastianich to form B&B Hospitality Group. Likewise, the B&B Hospitality Group opened a restaurant named Babbo Ristorante e Enoteca in New York City along with Joe. As of now, he has ten restaurants in New York, two in Los Angeles, one Italian market in Chicago, four in Las Vegas, and two in Hong Kong, two in Singapore.

Mario Batali has won the 2002 “Best Chef: New York City”, 1999 “Man of the Year” in GQ’s chef category. Besides, he was awarded as 2008 ‘” Best Restaurateur” from the James Beard Foundation’.

Net Worth & Salary of Her Husband

Susi Cahn’s husband Mario Batali is an American chef, author, restaurateur, and media celebrity who has a net worth of around $25 million as of 2019. Likewise, he receives an average salary over millions, as he co-owns restaurants in New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Boston, Singapore, Westport, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut.

Moreover, he runs a restaurant empire featuring several cookbooks, a line of food products, and countless appearances on television and in print as well. His website is valued at around $40,800 as of 2019. In May 2015, he was paid $71,000.

 He also from the Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group as one of the company’s founders who was paid around $250 million in Dec 2012.

Susi Cahn Happily Married with Her Husband

As we already mention that she is the wife of an American chef, writer, restaurateur, and media personality Mario Batali. The couple tied the knot in November 1994 at one of the Caribbean’s romantic beaches.

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Caption: Susi Cahn with her husband and sons (Source: hearstapps)

After six months of their wedding, they had their reception party again. They met for the first time at a food event in the year 1992. She went to attend the event as her family was in that business as well as her husband was working as a chef. Their first meet was very funny as he shared with us that he said,

”I came in with this idea that I knew this particular goat cheese, because I had read it somewhere in a book – ‘t-o-m-m-e,’ which is tomme,”


 ”I said, ‘So you got any of this toh-mey?’ And they’re like, ‘No. Maybe you’re talking about tomme.”

From their marriages, the couple has shared two sons namely Leo Batali and Benno Batali. They are following the footsteps of their father. In May 2014, the Batali brothers released Batali Brothers Cookbook. Their elder son Benno is studying at the University of Michigan.