News for the Restaurant Chef

The hospitality industry is often defined by the chefs who own and operate restaurants, where expertise and experimentation set new standards for gourmet foods, pairings with wine, beer, and spirits, and healthy menus.

 

San Francisco's Mosu Stays True to its Chef

When it came time to open his first restaurant, San Francisco Chef Sung Anh decided there was only one way to get it done: go all in.

Roots Set to Kick Off Fall Chef Pizza Series

Roots Handmade Pizza, part of Chicago’s The Fifty/50 Restaurant Group, is gearing up to wow guests this season.

Honey Paw Chef Thomas Pisha-Duffly Named Lamb Jam Master

On September 19, winning chefs from this year’s Seattle, Austin, Boston, Washington D.C., and San Francisco Lamb Jams put their prize-worthy lamb dishes to the test in the bid for the title o

Top Chef Favorite Isaac Toups to Open Second New Orleans Restaurant

Toups South, one of New Orleans’ most anticipated restaurant openings this year, will officially open its doors at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum (SoFAB) at 1504 Oretha Castle Haley

James Beard Foundation, Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group Team Up for Dinner

When James Beard Foundation heads south for "Taste New Orleans" from September 30 to October 1, it'll be in famously good hands with the involvement of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Gr

Chef Trips Take Foodies on a Culinary Adventure

U.S. consumers have acquired global palates, so it makes sense for chefs to extend their own brands by leading culinary trips abroad.

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Recognizes Leaders at Annual Conference

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants recently recognized eight associates and three concepts for their outstanding performance in 2016.

Randolfi’s in St. Louis Launches New Menu for the First Day of Fall

Randolfi’s, the traditional meets modern Italian restaurant from James Beard semifinalist Mike Randolph, introduced a new fall menu in St. Louis.

Chef Michael Kramer's Anticipated Jianna Opening in January

For years, Chef Michael Kramer created nationally celebrated, beautifully plated, bite-size food that looked like art on a plate.

IHOP Hires a New Culinary Leader

IHOP restaurants named Nevielle Panthaky as vice president of culinary.

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