Good Interview with Chef Danny Brown

November 7, 2007 at 7:25 am Leave a comment

I was happy to find Sarah Kiino’s two-part interview with Chef Danny Brown, whose restaurant on Metropolitan Avenue is a bastion of culinary elegance and optimism. From the interview:

Right now, do you feel comfortable with where you are and where you’re going?

I do. Sometimes it’s a little difficult because I may want to do certain things, but you have to work in the confines of what the people want as well. So I’m doing what I want to do, no doubt about it, but sometimes I’m a little confused—some people want change, some people want to see the same stuff. It’s kind of a balance.

You know what this means, don’t you? If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably someone who wants change, and not just in 2008. So if you’re fortunate enough to find yourself at Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen (recommended dish: Chicken “Under a Brick”), let him know which side of the divide you stand on.

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