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Stephen Paul Mancini : The son of Salvatore and Julie Mancini, Stephen was the youngest of three boys. As a young child Stephen was often found in his grandparent’s garden dreaming of big plates of pasta, vegetables and prosciutto. After graduating from Villanova University Stephen started working at Danny Meyer's acclaimed Gramercy Tavern as a busboy. In four years time, Stephen graduated from NYU with a degree in entrepreneurship and small business management and was the youngest wine director of any #1 Zagat surveyed restaurant in the United States. After Gramercy Tavern and Union Square Cafe, Stephen was selected by Danny to open the new restaurant Maialino in the Gramercy Park Hotel as the opening wine director. Featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Bloomberg News, Men’s Journal, The New York Sun and The Wine Spectator, Stephen is considered to be one of the best in his field. Learning in "Danny Meyerville" Stephen brings an educational look at food and wine to North, his first project north of New York City.

     

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stephen paul mancini


Stephen Paul Mancini : The son of Salvatore and Julie Mancini, Stephen was the youngest of three boys. As a young child Stephen was often found in his grandparent’s garden dreaming of big plates of pasta, vegetables and prosciutto. After graduating from Villanova University Stephen started working at Danny Meyer's acclaimed Gramercy Tavern as a busboy. In four years time, Stephen graduated from NYU with a degree in entrepreneurship and small business management and was the youngest wine director of any #1 Zagat surveyed restaurant in the United States. After Gramercy Tavern and Union Square Cafe, Stephen was selected by Danny to open the new restaurant Maialino in the Gramercy Park Hotel as the opening wine director. Featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Bloomberg News, Men’s Journal, The New York Sun and The Wine Spectator, Stephen is considered to be one of the best in his field. Learning in "Danny Meyerville" Stephen brings an educational look at food and wine to North, his first project north of New York City.

     

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eric gabrynowicz


 Eric Gabrynowicz: As the Executive Chef | Partner of Restaurant North, Eric is the visionary of all things food. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America with Honors, Eric began in “Danny Meyerville” as well, living and learning about hospitality and great cuisine from some of the greatest chefs in the United States. Eric spent his externship at Union Square Cafe with Chef Michael Romano, after; Eric was welcomed back to the group by Danny and was asked to open his barbeque restaurant Blue Smoke. After Blue Smoke, Eric settled at Tabla with chef Floyd Cardoz, later to move back to Union Square Cafe as a Sous chef. Eric left Union Square Cafe at the young age of 27 to head to the “Tavern” in Garrison, Chef Peter Kelly’s old stomping grounds, receiving a “3-stars” review from the New York Times. In early 2010, Eric became the Executive Chef | Partner of North and since that time has received numerous acclimates such as a nomination for “Rising Star Chef United States” from the James Beard Foundation and a “Don’t Miss” review from the New York Times, the highest rating possible outside New York City.

 

 

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eric gabrynowicz


 Eric Gabrynowicz: As the Executive Chef | Partner of Restaurant North, Eric is the visionary of all things food. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America with Honors, Eric began in “Danny Meyerville” as well, living and learning about hospitality and great cuisine from some of the greatest chefs in the United States. Eric spent his externship at Union Square Cafe with Chef Michael Romano, after; Eric was welcomed back to the group by Danny and was asked to open his barbeque restaurant Blue Smoke. After Blue Smoke, Eric settled at Tabla with chef Floyd Cardoz, later to move back to Union Square Cafe as a Sous chef. Eric left Union Square Cafe at the young age of 27 to head to the “Tavern” in Garrison, Chef Peter Kelly’s old stomping grounds, receiving a “3-stars” review from the New York Times. In early 2010, Eric became the Executive Chef | Partner of North and since that time has received numerous acclimates such as a nomination for “Rising Star Chef United States” from the James Beard Foundation and a “Don’t Miss” review from the New York Times, the highest rating possible outside New York City.

 

 

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kimmy fraser


kimmy Fraser: General Manager

kimmy fraser


kimmy Fraser: General Manager

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matt casino


matt played baseball

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chris bethony


sous chef

chris bethony


sous chef

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Jonathan Miller


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kelly verardo


mixologist

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mimi edelman


I&ME Farm (7.3 Miles from North): Mimi is like our gardian angel, blessing us with her spirit, produce and love several days a week.  If you want the greatest micro greens in the country, don't order from Chef's Garden in Ohio just call up Mimi, because she has them. We would not be where we are today without Mimi's love. 
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mimi edelman


I&ME Farm (7.3 Miles from North): Mimi is like our gardian angel, blessing us with her spirit, produce and love several days a week.  If you want the greatest micro greens in the country, don't order from Chef's Garden in Ohio just call up Mimi, because she has them. We would not be where we are today without Mimi's love. 
YOU ARE MAGICAL

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stephen wilkes


For more than two decades Stephen Wilkes has been widely recognized for his fine art and commercial photography. His photographs have been exhibited in galleries, museums, and featured in a number of leading magazines and periodicals including the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, London Sunday Times and Time Magazine, among many others.

 

In 1999 Wilkes completed a personal project photographing the unrestored areas of Ellis Island: the ruined landscape of the infectious disease and psychiatric hospital wings, where children and adults alike were detained before they could enter America. Through his photographs and video work, Wilkes has inspired and helped secure $6 million toward the restoration for the south side of the island.  The monograph, Ellis Island: Ghosts of Freedom was published in 2006.  Wilkes was featured on NPR, CBS Sunday Morning and the book was named one of Time Magazine’s 5 Best Photography Books of The Year.   The Ellis Island photographs were exhibited at the James a Michener Art Museum in 2010 as well as the Griffin Museum of Photography in 2009.

 

In 2000, Epson America commissioned Wilkes to create a millennial portrait of the United States, a 52-day odyssey that was exhibited in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. 

 

An 8 page article in Time Magazine , featured Wilkes’ newest body of work, titled Day to Night. The work embodies epic cityscapes and landscapes with fleeting moments throughout the day to the night. Wilkes photographs from one camera angle continuously for approximately 15 hours. A select group of images are then electronically blended into one photograph. Wilkes was featured on CBS Sunday Morning illustrating the creation of a Day to Night photograph and the photographs are soon to be published as a monograph.

 

Educated at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Wilkes’ extensive awards and honors include the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography, Photographer of the Year from Adweek Magazine, Fine Art Photographer of the Year 2004 Lucie Award, Time Magazine Top 10 Photographs of 2012 , Prix Pictet, Consumption 2014.  Wilkes board affiliations include the Advisory Board of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications and the Save Ellis Island Board of Directors.  Wilkes’ work is in the permanent collection of the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Dow Jones Collection, Griffin Museum of Photography, Jewish Museum of New York, Library of Congress, Snite Museum of Art, The Historic New Orleans Collection and numerous private collections.  Wilkes is represented by Peter Fetterman Gallery, Los Angeles, and The Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe, NM.

 

 

stephen wilkes


For more than two decades Stephen Wilkes has been widely recognized for his fine art and commercial photography. His photographs have been exhibited in galleries, museums, and featured in a number of leading magazines and periodicals including the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, London Sunday Times and Time Magazine, among many others.

 

In 1999 Wilkes completed a personal project photographing the unrestored areas of Ellis Island: the ruined landscape of the infectious disease and psychiatric hospital wings, where children and adults alike were detained before they could enter America. Through his photographs and video work, Wilkes has inspired and helped secure $6 million toward the restoration for the south side of the island.  The monograph, Ellis Island: Ghosts of Freedom was published in 2006.  Wilkes was featured on NPR, CBS Sunday Morning and the book was named one of Time Magazine’s 5 Best Photography Books of The Year.   The Ellis Island photographs were exhibited at the James a Michener Art Museum in 2010 as well as the Griffin Museum of Photography in 2009.

 

In 2000, Epson America commissioned Wilkes to create a millennial portrait of the United States, a 52-day odyssey that was exhibited in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. 

 

An 8 page article in Time Magazine , featured Wilkes’ newest body of work, titled Day to Night. The work embodies epic cityscapes and landscapes with fleeting moments throughout the day to the night. Wilkes photographs from one camera angle continuously for approximately 15 hours. A select group of images are then electronically blended into one photograph. Wilkes was featured on CBS Sunday Morning illustrating the creation of a Day to Night photograph and the photographs are soon to be published as a monograph.

 

Educated at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Wilkes’ extensive awards and honors include the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography, Photographer of the Year from Adweek Magazine, Fine Art Photographer of the Year 2004 Lucie Award, Time Magazine Top 10 Photographs of 2012 , Prix Pictet, Consumption 2014.  Wilkes board affiliations include the Advisory Board of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications and the Save Ellis Island Board of Directors.  Wilkes’ work is in the permanent collection of the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Dow Jones Collection, Griffin Museum of Photography, Jewish Museum of New York, Library of Congress, Snite Museum of Art, The Historic New Orleans Collection and numerous private collections.  Wilkes is represented by Peter Fetterman Gallery, Los Angeles, and The Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe, NM.