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Dan Henn

Dan Henn

Managing Partner

Favorite Neighborhood Spot?
Audubon all the way. Tyler and Devon redefine hospitality.

Where would you eat your last meal, and what would it be?
A bag of Haribo Gummi Bears and a glass of Barolo in a vineyard in Piedmont. Only way to go.

If you weren’t in the restaurant industry what would you do?
Working in a garage.

Best childhood food memory?
It didn’t matter the occasion, if a Carvel ice cream cake was involved it turned the day into solid gold.

Favorite holiday food?
Jägermeister at Thanksgiving. Not sure how it became a tradition but it works. I would also eat my way out of a room constructed of stuffing.

What made you get into this industry?
My dad was a huge fan of cooking and brought me to a restaurant that specialized in tableside preparation. As soon as I saw Bananas Foster being made I was hooked.

What concert would you call in sick for?
Slayer. C’mon, who wouldn’t?

Adam Kischel

Adam Kischel

Assistant General Manager

Where are you originally from and what brought you to Boston?
Born in Boston. Grew up in Sharon. Born and bred, only place I’d rather be is New Orleans.

Favorite cocktail or beer?
Michters Rye Old Fashioned, no fruit.

If you weren’t in the restaurant industry what would you do?
Teacher

Best childhood food memory?
Friday night dinners with my family. And sneaking off with Dad for ribs.

Favorite condiment?
Spicy mustard

Dunkin or Starbucks?
Neither, all about my French press.

What concert would you call in sick for?
Tina Turner

Milton Barahona

Milton Barahona

Executive Sous Chef

Where are you originally from and what brought you to Boston?
I’m originally from El Salvador, and I moved to Boston because all of my family is here.

Where would you eat your last meal, and what would it be?
Worden Hall (Roasted Chicken!)

Best childhood food memory?
Eating and playing soccer every day after school with my friends.

What made you get into this industry?
I love cooking.

If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?
A whole case of lighters, a good machete, and water.

What concert would you call in sick for?
I would only call in if I was too sick to get out of bed.

Dylan Welsh

Dylan Welsh

Partner

Where are you originally from and what brought you to Boston?
I grew up in Saratoga Springs, NY and came to Boston in hopes of one day opening my own restaurant.

Favorite Neighborhood Spot?
North of the Charles: Sligo Pub. On the Boston side: Silvertone

Where would you eat your last meal, and what would it be?
My last meal would be around the dining room table at Silver Lake, and would be anything that included my Mom’s mashed potatoes.

If you were stuck on an island, what three things would you bring?
I would only need my wife.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Will you be able to look back on your industry experience and think that it was worth it?
I think I will look back and know that I could not have chosen a more challenging, demanding, and rewarding industry to be apart of. I am fortunate to work alongside some very talented individuals who work extremely hard to achieve the highest level of hospitality.

What concert would you call in sick for?
If the Counting Crows or Dave Matthews came to town I would have to take my good friend Danny. He is a huge fan.