After bounding around his Philadelphia hometown for a few years, first as a teenage would-be artist or skateboarder and later as an educated chef, Justin Hilbert moved to New York to work in the phantasmagorical kitchen-laboratory at Wylie Dufresne’s restaurant wd~50. From there he integrated himself into New York’s cultural swirl with a spell as a chef for illustrious private dinners and a gig at the notorious downtown cabaret and clubhouse The Box. 
 His life is quieter now at ...

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