About Marc Vetri

After years of working in some the finest kitchens in Italy and the U.S., Chef Marc Vetri returned home to his native Philadelphia, took over the intimate, jewel box townhouse that was once home to the lauded Le Bec Fin. Within two years of opening, Vetri received the Philadelphia Inquirer's highest restaurant rating, and Chef Vetri was named one of Food & Wine magazine’s “Ten Best New Chefs.” In 2005, he won the James Beard Award for "Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic.” Chef Vetri and Benjamin have gone on to open other celebrated, popular restaurants—Osteria (2007), Amis (2010), Alla Spina (2012), Pizzeria Vetri (2013) and Osteria Moorestown (2013)—however, Vetri will forever remain their flagship.
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Philadelphia is a city where the Italian-American influence has been strong for a century, both ...Read More

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“Chef’s Table” featuring Chef Marc Vetri

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On this episode of Chef's Table, James Beard award-winning journalist, Scott Haas, sits with Marc ...Read More