Seamus Mullen fans can book a 12-night Mediterranean cruise on the Celebrity Solstice, where he’ll be guest-cheffing in May.
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Chef de cuisine Jamison Blankenship and executive sous chef David Koon are leaving Morimoto to open a ramen shop in Prospect Heights.
David Burke has partnered with Lufthansa to create first- and business-class meals for travelers flying out of Germany.
Top Chef alum Hung Huynh is planning a seafood restaurant called Catch, expected to open this fall.
John Martinez will be the chef at Matt Abramcyk’s forthcoming Tiny’s (where Henrik Lundqvist is an investor). Martinez hails from Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s empire.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on March 10, 2011