oving deftly through an award-winning career spanning decades, and a variety of haute cuisine styles, Chef Ken has found his passion in Italian fare. A three-time James Beard Award semi-finalist, he has found his “place” in Charleston, a coastal city rich with fresh bounty from the land and sea, and a long way from land-locked Ohio where he was born. Recognized by magazines, television and newspapers nationwide, Chef Ken grew up cooking in his grandmother’s kitchen under her passionate, Italian-influenced tutelage. With a devoted local following and industry acclaim, Chef Ken is redefining Italian cuisine in the Lowcountry at Trattoria Lucca and the newly opened Coda del Pesce.
for this once in a lifetime opportunity.
NOVEMBER 11, 6PM
Please join us as the Bald Headed Bistro welcomes the Southeast’s finest chefs for our Special Guest Chef Program. One evening a month, we’ll turn over the apron strings to some of the most awarded culinary talent from the heart of
the South! Get ready to dine!
Chris Hall is both chef and managing partner of Local Three in Atlanta. Self-taught, Chris has worked in kitchens from Philadelphia’s Le Bec Fin to Atlanta’s Canoe and 4th & Swift before opening Local Three to critical acclaim in 2010. He is active in charity work, concentrating his efforts on The Giving Kitchen, a non-profit funded by Hall and his partners’ soon-to-be fourth Atlanta restaurant venture, Staplehouse. The Giving Kitchen offers financial and other support to those in the hospitality industry affected by crisis or hardship.