3 Celebrity Chefs Taking Hotel F&B to the Next Level

3 Celebrity Chefs Taking Hotel F&B to the Next Level

By Anna Dunn, September 26, 2016

After gracing the small screen, these three chefs are working their magic in a big way in hotel kitchens across the United States, elevating banquet menus and impressing meeting attendees.

Celebrity Chefs Angelina Bastidas 2Angelina Bastidas
Circa and Upstairs at The Gwen
The Gwen, Chicago

As the youngest chef ever to compete on “Top Chef,” Bastidas is making a name for herself. Working alongside Executive Chef Oscar Hernandez, she oversees The Gwen’s culinary program as chef de cuisine. While competing on season 13, she stood out by maintaining the integrity of each ingredient. “They all have a story; they all have a reason for being on the plate,” says Bastidas, whose attention to detail translates to banquets at The Gwen.

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