Mike Isabella is fast building a posse of restaurants, but none of them may rival what the fame-kissed chef says is the ultimate dining experience: serving his food at your house. "It's what the client wants, where we can go and cook for two to eight people. A raw bar, a spit-roasted pig. Maybe a cooking class," he says, in his New Jersey, anything's-possible manner. "That's the new style."
posted: 1/29/2015 5:00 AM
Getting a celebrity chef to cook in your kitchen
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