Doug Turbish – Seed
Chef Turbish would start you off with Oysters before moving you along to pimento cheese crostinis. If you don’t feel like you’ve already died and gone to heaven, you’ll be sure of it once you try the peanut butter parfait he has lined up for dessert.
Matt Hinton – Bell Street Burritos
Get the pork and green chile burrito or maybe a steak and shrimp quesadilla, says Matt. If you still want more you can’t go wrong with cheese dip, guacamole, and chips. To slake that thirst take some cheerwine, because on all occasions, it’s good taste.
Matt McCormick – Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria
Start with an antipasta platter or greek salad and then charge straight ahead to the sausage and goat cheese pizza. Taking the cannoli is always a good idea, just ask Peter Clemenza.
Carvel Grant Gould – Canoe
It doesn’t matter what you order, really, what matters is splitting it with a friend and enjoying their company.