The Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art and celebrated chef MacGregor Mann have announced a partnership to create a new dining experience that reflects the quality of the Museum’s world-class art collection and the Conservancy’s environmental focus on sustainable agriculture. Locally sourced, farm-to-table American cuisine debuts in February.
MacGregor Mann currently serves as executive chef and owner of Junto Restaurant in Chadds Ford, hailed in The Philadelphia Inquirer as one of the best restaurants in the suburbs. Prior to its opening in 2014, he worked as executive chef at Henry’s Fork Lodge in Idaho, serving an international clientele. His eclectic career also includes a stint at Restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, a two-star Michelin restaurant, as well as extensive work with chef Jose Garces. Mann served a Sous Chef alongside Garces for two seasons of the show “Iron Chef America” and cooked at several James Beard Foundation events. In 2011, Mann was named a Tastingtable.com Rising Star Sous Chef and appeared in the Williams-Sonoma Thanksgiving Catalogue.
The museum is located on U.S. Route 1 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. For more information, call 610-388-2700 or visit http://www.brandywine.org.
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