Also, it looks like Jamie Malone of Sea Change in Minneapolis in there too.
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Voltaggio may get an editorial nod from 'Food & Wine,' though.
Though the Bay Area dominates in the California region, L.A.'s Michael Voltaggio is most likely to win this popularity contest.
The tentative title is a mashup of their two restaurant names: 'Volt Ink.'
The event is now the hottest ticket since Prince was in town.
The trend is hardly new (and the dish that spawned it dates back to the late 70s in France), but the edible dirt thing is everywhere now.
The Brothers Voltaggio, Michael and Bryan, were in San Francisco together this week on what seemed to be a little food vacation. Bryan, whose Maryland restaurant Volt was closed this week, tweeted that they went to Benu, but he saved...