By Allison Levine, Foodable Contributor
In 2014, Chef Curtis Stone opened Maude, his first restaurant in Los Angeles. Maude is an intimate 25-seat restaurant in Beverly Hills and features one seasonal ingredient each month that is built into each of the nine courses of the tasting menu. With only two seatings per night for a total of 50 diners, a table at Maude is highly sought after each month.
Chef Stone had made a name for himself on television with the show Take Home Chef and as the host of Top Chef Masters. However, this celebrity chef trained and worked with some of the best chefs in the world, including Chef Marco Pierre White in London. From the beginning, there was anticipation and demand to dine at Maude. Chef Stone’s high profile and large social media following, matching the limited seating in the restaurant, resulted in filling every reservation immediately.Read More