New York Magazine
Date: 2012-03-28
Author: Alyssa Shelasky

Article Mentions
Author, Alyssa Shelasky
Mentioned, Adam Platt
Mentioned, Andrew Carmellini
Mentioned, Frank Bruni
Mentioned, Michael Psilakis
Mentioned, Ryan Skeen
Mentioned, Meathead
Mentioned, Declaration
Mentioned, 5 Ninth
Mentioned, Eater
Mentioned, TMZ
Skeen points fingers. And you know which one. Unlike most chefs, Ryan Skeen is not out to charm you. Hes a talented toque by anyones account Adam Platt once called him a "master of Meathead cuisine"; Frank Bruni praised his "nimble internationalism"; and the Underground Gourmet applauded his rise to "burger stardom" but hes also bolted or been bolt-locked out of at least ten restaurants in ten years. In the process, hes made food-world headlines again and again, and earned his reputation as the foremost enfant terrible of the New York restaurant scene. Skeen is young and handsome, like a delinquent Chris ODonnell, but he was all business no fist-bumps, no flirting when he sat down with Grub Street over a slow-nursed beer at Marshall Sta...(read more)
... Skeen points fingers. And you know which one. Unlike most chefs, Ryan Skeen is not out to charm you. Hes a talented toque by anyones account Adam Platt ...
... once called him a "master of Meathead cuisine"; Frank Bruni praised his "nimble internationalism"; and the Underground Gourmet applauded his rise to "burger stardom" but hes also bolted or been bolt-locked out of at least ten restaurants in ten year ...
... and a job opened under him at Caf Boulud. Carmellini was a legend even back then because of the training he'd give young cooks. Undoubtedly, Rocco [DiSpirito] is one of the most talented chefs America has ever had, but he was phasing himself out. T ...


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