Kickboxing, tattoos and antiques are among the hobbies that keep Michael Chernow busy when he's not managing the front of the house at his New York City restaurant, the Meatball Shop. The 30-year-old native New Yorker once tended and managed bars, then decided to enroll in culinary school. Last year he joined forces with partner/executive chef Daniel Holzman to open their popular Lower East Side hangout, which specializes in two items: meatballs and ice cream sandwiches. He and his ...
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