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While attending one of Serenbe's Southern Chefs Series workshops, writer Danny Bonvissuto spoke to guest chef Kevin Gillespie about his next restaurant project. Here's the scoop:
Top Chef's Kevin Gillespie
Thanks to Top Chef, Gillespie’s farm-to-table restaurant, Woodfire Grill, is often booked six weeks out. Gillespie’s next project: a barbecue joint just a few blocks away in an old auto repair shop. Due to open in November, the spot – which he says will be named with Atlanta in mind – will have no menu; he’ll roast two Berkshire hogs a day, rotate side dishes, and when the food’s gone, it’s gone.