Chef Bryce Shuman discusses his NYC live fire restaurant Sweetbriar and his path to the pro kitchen.
Chef Bryce Shuman considered becoming an actor before course-correcting to the pro kitchen. Following culinary school, he worked in some acclaimed restaurants, including an executive sous chef position at Eleven Madison Park in its heyday, before opening his own Betony, which had a successful run in Midtown Manhattan. He recently fulfilled a dream of opening a live-fire restaurant, Sweetbriar, in New York City. Andrew and Bryce sat down recently to discuss his young life, career, and current passion for live-fire cooking.
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