Mezzanine owner, chef lands new job at Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market

As Style’s Brandon Fox put it, Todd Johnson’s farm-to-table experience makes him the perfect candidate for the position.

From Style Weekly:

Culinary Institute of America-trained chef Todd Johnson, owner of the now-closed Mezzanine, has found a new home. He’s taking over as executive chef at Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market.

The store recently renovated to expand its food offerings from hot-bar and prepared-food fare to food made to order. It gave its community room a makeover, added beer on tap and wine by the glass and renamed the space the Beet Café.

Mezzanine recently closed; Home Sweet Home, a restaurant with a grilled cheese-centric menu will soon open in its place.

Read more from Style Weekly.

Photo: Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market

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