Make sure you pick up the latest copy of Midtown Magazine! As you flip through the pages you will find Midtown Grille’s own Chef Marshall Smith.
Midtown Magazine strives to tell the stories of incredible individuals, entrepreneurs, and organizations who are helping to make Raleigh “the belle city of the South.” Once a year they invite their key business partners to participate in a special section of the magazine entitled Faces of Raleigh to help readers put a face with the name of their restaurant, business, practice, or nonprofit organization.
This year’s lineup is full of inspiring leaders and community influencers. Check out the feature on Marshall below.
2019 Faces of Raleigh
“Midtown Grille is locally owned and features contemporary American cuisine. Chef Marshall Smith creates sophisticated, approachable dishes emphasizing locally-sourced ingredients. Marshall attended the New England Culinary Institute and interned at Michelin Star restaurant, L’Essentiel à Chambéry, under chef Jean-Michel Bouvier in France. After many successful local engagements, he now leads the culinary team at Midtown Grille.”
“Whether you are here for Sunday brunch, lunch, or dinner, Midtown seats guests both indoors and seasonally on its sidewalk patio. An enclosed dining room hosts private events as well as Chef Marshall’s pairings dinners. Chef Marshall looks forward to sharing his experience with you.”
You can read the full article online here but make sure you pick up a copy of your own. Reading it online is just not the same as holding one in your hand and using it as a guide to the best places in Midtown!
Come See Chef Marshall Soon
Chef Marshall is always creating delicious new dishes and we cannot wait for you to stop in to try them!
More About the Man Behind the Food at Midtown Grille
Marshall Smith began his culinary career with Rocky Top Hospitality in 1999, after which he attended school at the New England Culinary Institute in Essex Junction, Vermont.
Upon graduating, Marshall interned at Bistro 607 and EVOO in Raleigh and the Michelin Star restaurant, L’Essentiel à Chambéry, under chef Jean-Michel Bouvier in France.
When he returned to the Triangle, he opened Savoy in North Raleigh with his brother and worked as executive chef of Glass Half Full in Carrboro for the next five years.
Ready to return to Raleigh and share his culinary experiences, Marshall joined the team here at Midtown Grille.