Chef Stuart Tracy, the founding chef of Charleston’s Butcher & Bee, has been announced the new executive chef of both The Brasserie & The Neighborhood Café at Parish.
Tracy has received praise from outlets like New York Magazine, GQ, Food & Wine, and The Huffington Post. He has also earned “Best Late Night Menu” and “Best Sandwich” nods, along with a 2013 StarChefs.com Rising Star Chef Award.
“I am very excited to move back to Atlanta after so long in Charleston, and couldn’t be more thrilled for the opportunity provided for me. I have admired Parish for quite some time. The ownership has been exceedingly accommodating, and I can’t wait to contribute to the restaurant group, and to our neighborhood,” explains Tracy.
“We are thrilled to have the founding chef/partner of one of Charleston’s iconic restaurants at Parish. The market and restaurant combination is right up Chef Tracy’s alley and we are all very excited to see him put his stamp on Parish,” says Bob Amick, owner and founder of Concentrics Restaurants.