Opened in 1950, Cavallino, located across from the Ferrari factory in Maranello, was Enzo Ferrari's meeting spot for VIP clients, royalty, champion drivers, and team engineers. The company-owned eatery closed in 2019 but this summer, Massimo Bottura and India Mahdavi are bringing the Italian car manufacturer's iconic restaurant back to life. The Michelin-starred chef and the Parisian architect have reimagined the historic trattoria to appeal to both foodies and Ferrari fans. The dining room infuses traditional elements with contemporary updates and is decked out in the company's signature colors and memorabilia, while Enzo's private room has received a complete restoration. Osteria Francescana-trained Chef Riccardo Forapani will head the kitchen, delivering his modern take on the region's traditional cuisine.