In an industry where chefs seemingly change jobs as often as they change dirty aprons, smart restaurant owners often give top chefs a piece of the action to secure their loyalty. It's not often, though, when you see an owner make partners of both the executive chef and the chef de cuisine. That was the case at San Francisco's wildly popular A16. It proved to be a brilliant move, because last April executive chef Christophe Hille—a 2005 San Francisco Chronicle Rising ...
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