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BOSTON, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of a worldwide program, today Zagat announced its first-ever Boston30 Under 30 Awards. Compiled by Zagat's editorial team, the winners spotlight up-and-coming chefs, managers, beverage directors, patissieres and even a chief cheese griller, all under the age of 30. The list of honorees were celebrated last night with a cocktail party at the Boston Public Library. Over the past year, similar 30 Under 30 awards have been held in New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago.
"These awards are meant to recognize the next generation of Boston culinary professionals who are expected to lead the industry in the future," said Tim Zagat, Co-Founder and Co-Chair of Zagat. "We award not only the top young chefs, but also professionals from the front of the house, since all of these people are vital to the success of the industry."
Zagat's 2012 Boston 30 Under 30 Honorees are the following:
Jessie Banhazl, Owner/Managing Director, Green City Growers (28)
Marley Brush, Co-Owner, Crema Cafe (29)
Brahm Callahan, Wine Director, Grill 23 & Bar, Post 390 (28)
Patrick Cassidy, Former Bar Manager, Saloon (26)
Christopher Coombs, Executive Chef, dbar; Owner/Exec. Chef, Deuxave (28)
John Paul daSilva, Executive Chef, Spoke Wine Bar (28)
About Zagat: Zagat is known as the "burgundy bible" and is a trusted source for consumer-generated survey information. With a worldwide network of surveyors, Zagat rates and reviews restaurants, hotels, nightlife, movies, music, golf, shopping and a range of other entertainment categories, published on all platforms. Zagat content is integrated throughout Google, including Maps, Search, Google+ and mobile. Guidebooks are also available at all major booksellers. In September 2011, Zagat was acquired by Google Inc.
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