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Cafe Clover, Clover Grocery Introduce Garrison Price Executive Chef

The team behind the popular health-focused, West Village restaurant Café Clover, announced Garrison Price—formerly of Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria—as its new Executive Chef. Chef Price introduces an entirely re-concepted dinner menu that marries his experience working with a range of international cuisine with the seasonal, local, and healthful approach for which Café Clover is known.

Patrick O’Connell to Receive James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award

The James Beard Foundation announced that Patrick O’Connell, a five-time James Beard Award winner, 3-star Michelin chef, author, and owner of The Inn at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia, has been named the recipient of the 2019 James Beard Lifetime Achievement award; and Giving Kitchen, the non-profit organization providing stability for some of the most hard-working and vulnerable members of the food service community, has been named the recipient of the 2019 James Beard Humanitarian of the Year award.

32 Restaurant Stars on the Rise

Talent hides in every corner of the restaurant, from an unassuming dishwasher to the anonymous social media wizards behind Instagrams that drive traffic. Someday these folks will be the next big chain’s CEOs, senior level VPs in today’s emerging brands, or leaders of restaurants of their own, but right now we think they deserve the spotlight for the work they’ve already put in.

Why Noah Sandoval Leads the 2019 Rising Stars

As far as rising stars go, it would seem Noah Sandoval has already made it. He’s achieved three Michelin stars in his career so far, two of them at his restaurant Oriole, which opened in March 2016.Now, as a partner in another project with friend Julia Momose, he is starting his journey as a rising restaurateur, but his path to this success was not always so easy, as his tough-on-himself mentality has propelled his career forward.

Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest Now Accepting Entries

Marking its fifth year, the Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest from General Mills Foodservice is bigger than ever—doubling the number of winners to give even more independent restaurants and food trucks the chance to win more than $200,000 in cash and prizes.