It was a bold move in 2012 when Catbird Seat opened in Nashville with a mere 32 seats surrounding a U-shaped kitchen created for performance-style dining. The experiment not only worked, it landed the concept on nearly every media outlet’s list of best new restaurants, and its two chefs—Josh Habiger and Erik Anderson—were hailed as Best New Chefs by Food & Wine. But with time comes change and the two chefs have moved on. So how do you replace this kind of talent and ...

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