Gavin Kaysen talks why chefs are fleeing New York

Photo courtesy of CBS News.

Bloomington native and Spoon and Stable chef Gavin Kaysen made a name for himself working at Daniel Boulud’s famed Cafe Boulud in Manhattan. But last year, he moved back to the Twin Cities with his family and opened up the North Loop spot that’s been a darling on the Minneapolis dining scene since it’s announcement. Find out why he thinks chefs have been leaving the Big Apple, plus get the inside scoop on the development of Spoon and Stable and his involvement in worldwide cooking competition Bocuse d’Or.

Check out the CBS interview here.

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