For many, baseball is synonymous with hot dogs and cracker jacks, but the Bon Appétiters at San Francisco’s Oracle Park (home of the San Francisco Giants), are redefining ballpark cuisine for a new audience: plant-forward fans.
The Presidio Foods community gardens are thriving, and Bon Appétit chefs are excited to help grow and share local ingredients with their surrounding community.
The culinary team at the Getty Center in Los Angeles frequently creates menus inspired by great works of art, but it’s not often that they are asked to showcase a menu to please a living legend. As part of a surprise 90th birthday celebration for world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, they were honored to be tasked with creating a menu worthy of the occasion.
As director of events for three Bon Appétit Northern California public restaurants, Nathan Carraway not only produces stellar events down to the tiniest detail, he helps drive revenue-generating marketing initiatives.
Café Modern’s Executive Chef Denise Shavandy at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth was named Critics Choice Best Chef 2018 by Fort Worth Weekly.
Pastry Chef Joanne Ponvanit submitted two outstanding desserts for the 10th Getty Underground community art program.
The team at STEM Kitchen & Garden in San Francisco launched a series of three 90-minute Healthy Kids Saturdays in the STEM Garden workshops.
The Bon Appétit team at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, was featured on Travel Channel’s show Food Paradise to show off the many dishes beloved by Giants fans.
Bon Appétit Executive Chef Chris Lenza and the Café Allegro team are known for their commitment to showcasing Arizona ingredients and indigenous foodways. But for this year’s Eat Local Challenge, attended by some very special guests, they outdid themselves.