There’s bittersweet news out of the popular Pistache bistro in downtown West Palm: the eatery’s longtime executive chef, Julien Gremaud, who also served as executive chef at sister eatery PB Catch on Palm Beach, has left the kitchen. Gremaud says he hopes to open his own restaurant, and is exploring possible South Florida sites. Ideally, he’d like to open in a less season-dependant market, such as Miami. Stay tuned.
Although Gremaud’s clean, sophisticated, and wonderfully flavorful dishes will be missed at Pistache and PB Catch, he left his former kitchens in the capable hands of his chefs de cuisine, Isaac Cerney at Pistache and Aaron Black at PB Catch.
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