David Marconi returned to Slightly North of Broad as general manager in 2012, the Charleston favorite he helped create in 1993. David joined our company in 1991 after successful manager roles in restaurants on Nantucket and in Washington, D.C. Over the course of 20 years David has opened new restaurants for Maverick Southern Kitchens, managed multiple restaurants and become a shareholder. He has also played an integral role in the development of our restaurant enterprise.
He's been standing at a stove for nearly 40 years, but Frank Lee has never lost the fire in his belly - and a passion for combining French technique with his beloved Southern ingredients. Known as a guiding force in the Lowcountry's culinary renaissance, Lee has mentored dozens of young chefs. He's also helped grow the businesses of local farmers and crafts people. Local before it was cool, and sustainable before it was sexy, Chef Lee believes in trying the untried and doing the undone.
As Chef de Cuisine, Russ Moore wears at least two hats: he's responsible for managing the venerable restaurant's team and cultivating talent. He's also a source of inspiration for the culinary creations that continue to delight patrons, more than 17 years after the restaurant's opening.
A Vermont native, born into a farming family of 11, Peter grew up believing if you didn't raise it or grow it, you didn't eat it! This early appreciation of the care and energy required to produce great food led Peter to work his way through high school at a local bed and breakfast. Upon graduation, and hungry for more, he attended culinary school at Johnson & Wales in Providence, Rhode Island.