Ed Brown, who opened Ed’s Chowder House along with Jeffrey Chodorow shortly before his restaurant Eighty One shuttered in March, has taken a corporate gig, as senior vice-president of food and beverage for Restaurant Associates, the company that operates the Wright at the Guggenheim, the Petrie Court Café at the Museum of Art, the Dining Room at the Morgan Library, at64 at Alice Tully Hall, as well as other cafés in cultural institutions around the country. Brown had previously worked with the group when he was executive chef at the Sea Grill, a former Restaurant Associates property.
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