After backpacking through Central and South America for a year, Denise Baron interrupted her trip to visit the United States for her older sisterâ€™s wedding in 2004. Afterward, Baron was introduced to Kevin Harron, a friend of her sisterâ€™s who was planning to open Burtons Grill in the Boston suburbs with partners Kevin Rowell and Pat Gordon. Knowing that Baron had been chef at Gulfstream Seafood, a new concept in Southern California owned by Houstonâ€™s Restaurants, ...
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