Talk about starting at the very bottom: Michael J. Pivoney’s first job in a restaurant was sweeping the floor at a local hot dog shop. Of course, he was only a sixth-grader at the time and not the least bit interested in attaining a better job in foodservice. He likely had no idea of how he would move up in the business—95 floors up, to be exact—to his current position as corporate executive chef of The Signature Room at the 95th, located at the top of the John Hancock Center ...

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