In 2007, Kevin Roth traded the bright lights of the big city for the tranquil and starry nights of the Caribbean. After traversing the country and cooking at such establishments as Lark Creek Inn, Postrio and Quilty’s as well as working as a private chef for Ronald Perelman and Ellen Barkin, the Culinary Institute of America graduate and his wife moved to Puerto Rico, where they turned a former gas station into La Estación. Now, Roth’s kitchen is truly open — it’s an outdoor grill where he ...

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