This Gourmet Restaurant Lends its Kitchen to Aspiring Chefs
A new restaurant model allows aspiring chefs to get their hands wet without  having to fully jump in. 
Bay Area real estate developer Scott Cameron created a permanent space without permanent cooks. The 20-seat restaurant changes hands every two weeks as a new emerging or established chef takes over with access to a fully stocked kitchen, wine reserve, and three-person base staff.  
So far it seems to be working. 
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This Gourmet Restaurant Lends its Kitchen to Aspiring Chefs

A new restaurant model allows aspiring chefs to get their hands wet without  having to fully jump in. 

Bay Area real estate developer Scott Cameron created a permanent space without permanent cooks. The 20-seat restaurant changes hands every two weeks as a new emerging or established chef takes over with access to a fully stocked kitchen, wine reserve, and three-person base staff.  

So far it seems to be working. 

Read More on GOOD

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    why the fuck isn’t this place next door to me
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    What a cool idea! It’s like the tv show top chef but for real.
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