Boston Globe Magazine examines the "wild ride" of chef/restaurateur Todd English. And by "wild ride" they mean stuff like having his flagship Olives in Charlestown, Massachusetts shuttered over a $780,000 debt. But there is an analysis of his legacy on Boston: "Over 20 years, he has built Boston's dining scene in a way that cannot be destroyed or diminished, paving the way for countless others, pushing his chefs to be better for years after they no longer remain his chefs." [Boston Globe][Photo: s_bukley / Shutterstock.com]
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