Top Chef Michael Voltaggio Closes His LA Restaurant Ink.Well Less Than a Year In
The star chef said an impasse with his partners led to the restaurant’s demise.
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20 of LA’s Best Chefs Unite to Help Hurricane and Earthquake Victims
Wolfgang Puck, Michael Voltaggio, Nancy Silverton, and more will serve a dinner to benefit victims of natural disasters.
Michael Voltaggio Has Pulled Off His Crazy Plan to Open a Restaurant in 2 Weeks
The Top Chef winner closed down his flagship restaurant Ink, but Ink.Well is already taking reservations.
Chef Michael Voltaggio Explains Why He’s Closing His Acclaimed L.A. Restaurant, Ink
The Top Chef winner already has ambitious plans to open a new restaurant in L.A. by August.
Dining: Bare-Root Radicals
An ocean apart, two extraordinary meals start with carrots. At Noma, René Redzepi’s Copenhagen restaurant twice voted best in the world, the vegetables come planted in a clay flower pot, their green tops flopping jauntily over the edge, the roots nestled deep into a “dirt” made from dark hazelnut powder. At Ink in West Hollywood, […]
Dining: Return Engagement
Chef Michael Voltaggio is back where his career began. He has returned to the Greenbrier, in the West Virginia mountains, to run its new restaurant, Hemisphere, and elevate the reputation of the resort’s food. The Greenbrier’s executive chef, Peter Timmins, offered Voltaggio the Hemisphere job without interviewing any other candidates; he was that sure of […]