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  • News Edible Upcountry

Although Bon Appétit has been a part of the Furman family for less than six months, everyone has noticed the transformation and growth in the dining hall staff. They take pride in what they’re doing because they’ve been given creative freedom and positive feedback.

  • News Huffington Post

World-renowned chef Jim Dodge, director of specialty culinary programs at Bon Appétit, has teamed up with celebrated Iranian-American Chef Hoss Zaré to conduct a comprehensive Persian cooking training program for dozens of Bon Appétit chefs

  • News Delta Sky Magazine

A former army base, San Francisco’s Presidio officially received national park status back in 1994. But for years, this almost 1,500-acre green oasis has remained relatively under the radar.

  • News SoCalPulse

The irresistible combination of food and entertainment has spread to botanical gardens, cultural centers and even sports arenas. Here’s what 1919, Freshwater Dumpling & Noodle House, and the Rose Garden Tea Room at The Huntington have to offer.

  • News Eater Chicago

Terzo Piano at the Art Institute shut down for nearly a month for renovations, and is scheduled to reopen on Jan. 26

  • News Thrillist Los Angeles

You can easily spend a day at The Huntington. In addition to the gardens, there’s a library with rare books, art exhibits, a rose garden tea room, and a dumpling and noodle house brought to you by chefs Kajsa Alger and Susan Feniger.