Plate’s Chef Shuffles for the week of July 13

Chef-Partner Cornelius Gallagher has parted ways with Dragonfly to once again work for the Bohlsen Restaurant Group; Sous Chef Scott Gery will be bumped up to fill the empty executive chef slot. The French-focused Chateau Cherbuliez from Consulting Chef Todd English opened, while Station started serving up French with South African and Thai influences. First-time restaurateurs Henry Stimler and Menachem Senderowicz opened Jezebel, an upscale kosher restaurant with a menu created by Culinary Director Bradford ThompsonSteve Cruz (Rayuela) is the new executive chef at The Orchard HouseCómodo, the all-organic Siggy’s Good Food, a new Everyman Espresso location, Frozen SocialCrave FishbarSullivan Street Bakery from Jim Lahey, and Macaron Café all opened.

Dani García aims to open a second outpost of his Manzanilla concept at the beginning of November in partnership with Yann de RochefortRed Farm will take over the Fatty Crab space later this year. Bouchon Bakery vet Wayne Surber aims to open a brick-and-mortar location of Lonestar Taco sometime later this year.

La Petite Maison has temporary shuttered until September while it gets a makeover and a new chef. Bistro LamazouFunini, and Saint’s Alp Teahouse all closed up shop.

Finish reading this week’s Chef Shuffles on the Plate website now.

Photo of Dani García, Manzanilla.


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