The French Laundry-trained chef climbed aboard last summer when the restaurant changed hands.
There's no word on whether the split was amicable.
Expect more weekly classes and other fun stuff at the Vetri gastro-funhouse.
The long-time chef at the popular Rittenhouse pub is going to focus his energies on his artisan coffee roasting company.
Detail like a name, and opening date are still up in the air.
Doctors have advised him to step down from the kitchen.
His departure brings the latest chapter of the Fish saga to a close.
Though he's exiting the kitchen, he will always remain a chef.
Like his recent announcement in D.C., he wants to focus more on Le Bernardin.
There's no word on where the chef's going, or who will replace him.
The chef describes himself as a "fishing fanatic," spent two years working as a commercial fisherman.
The new chef brings varied experience to the western burbs BYOB.
Lee has his sights set on a spot along East Passyunk Avenue's booming restaurant row.
Brown's new menu plays up Philly's favorite foods.
Zavala's the latest to get whisked in the Farmers' Cabinet's revolving door.
Fork's owners have found a replacement for outgoing chef Terence Feury.
The end goal is to elevate the menu, and make the watering hole a more food-focused destination.
The revolving door keeps spinning, as do the rumors churning in the mill.
Back in Philly, the chef will take over operations at Ber Ferdinand.