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  • He left the restaurant in 1999 to work for a more upscale restaurant, Matthew's, owned by Matthew Kenney.Josh Capon-Wikipedia
  • Together with her then-boyfriend chef, author, and speaker Matthew Kenney, she opened Commissary in 2001, but it closed in March 2003, after which she consulted for Jeffrey Chodorow's China Grill Management.Sarma Melngailis-Wikipedia

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