In a little more than ten years, Wish, a restaurant designed by Todd Oldham at The Hotel of South Beach, has been through four chefs and is now on its fifth. Its opening chef, Gary Robins, went on to New York City and garnered critical acclaim there at The Biltmore Room. He was followed by Andrea Curto, who was named one of the country’s ten best new chefs by Food & Wine Magazine in 2000. When she left, she was replaced by E. Michael Reidt, who had been in the ...
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