Looks like he's really going to hang up his apron for good.
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From May 7 through 11, the legendary Le Bec Fin founder will preside over the kitchen at Chip Roman's Chestnut Hill restaurant.
He's exited the fold at his Main Line restaurants, and by all accounts, headed for retirement.
Amin Bitar is stepping in to run the bakery, and expand its wholesale operations.
Is this a case of history repeating itself? We hope not.
Perreir has asked Le Bec's owners to remove his name from its downstairs bar.
He remains in custody with bail set at $300,000.
The Le Bec Fin founder will man the pots and pans at the Chestnut Hill restaurant.
The price change suggests new owner Nicolas Fanucci is learning from his predecessor's mistakes.
The restaurant closed and there are no plans to revive.
The galette de crab was considered one of Perrier's signature dishes at Le Bec-Fin.
The curious case of the dining institution's supposed Michelin rating continues.
The former French Laundry chef tells Grub Street about what to expect from a newly relaunched Le Bec-Fin.
In the second chapter of Philly's most famed restaurant, former French Laundry general manager Nicolas Fanucci will bring back some of the Le Bec-Fin glory.
When it reopens, the once great restaurant will be helmed by French Laundry alumni.
For any restaurant that matters in this town, there's at least one former Le Bec-Fin cook in the kitchen.
Georges Perrier and Jerry Garcia? Strange, but true.
Supposedly the deal's been in the works for months.