Chef and Top Chef Masters contestant David Burke — who has restaurants in New York City, Chicago, Connecticut, and New Jersey — is going to take on less of a role in his restaurant group. According to Eater NY, a rep for the David Burke Group notes that the chef is "still involved as an active owner" but will "take a backseat on the immediate day-to-day work" including in the kitchen. The rep adds that "the executive chefs of each property will handle those duties." Stephen Goglia, the CEO and president of the group, will take over the day-to-day operations of the company. Head over to Eater NY for more.
David Burke Group Announces Burke Will 'Take a Backseat' at the Company
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