It's a familiar tale: Boy grows up, makes good, travels the world, tastes life in the big city, starts a family and realizes that his hometown wasn't such a bad place after all. In this case, that boy turns out to be Dante Boccuzzi, who rose through the ranks at Charlie Palmer's Aureole, spent several stints in Europe and the Far East working in top-flight restaurants, stopped off in San Francisco to put Silks at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on the map, then ultimately landed back at Aureole ...
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