If you’ve eaten a crispy pork shank, pastrami made from something other than beef, or cheesecake lollipops at a fine-dining restaurant, you have David Burke to thank. For more than three decades, Burke has been wowing diners with a blend of elegance and whimsy. Now the chef–restaurateur is looking to expand his budding 10-unit empire, which includes his flagship David Burke Townhouse, Fishtail and David Burke Kitchen in New York City; David Burke’s Primehouse in Chicago; ...
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