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Daniel Giusti

Chef Daniel Giusti 1789 Restaurant
Daniel Giusti
1789 Restaurant
Washington, DC
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Named executive chef of one of Washington, D.C.’s most longtime and quintessential dining institutions in 2008, New Jersey-born Daniel Giusti earned his degree from the Culinary Institute of America in 2004, followed by an externship under Charlie Palmer at Aureole in New York. Later, he spent time in Italy, where he furthered his education on the tenets of the Slow Food movement, studied regional recipes and served time in Piedmont Ristorante Pinocchio. The young chef’s experience also includes almost a year at the acclaimed Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, as well as other D.C. kitchens like the Old Ebbitt Grill, Clyde’s of Gallery Place and Clyde’s of Georgetown.

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