Curtis Duffy Biography
Curtis Duffy is an American restaurateur. He is well known for being a celebrity chef. He will be on Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend as a chef. Here is all you need to know about Curtis Duffy Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Wife, Family, Children, Education, Parents, Wikipedia, Instagram, Twitter, Net worth
Curtis Duffy Age, Birthday
He is estimated to be in his 30s. He has not revealed any information about his age, zodiac sign, and when he celebrates his birthday.
Curtis Duffy Wife, Children, Stepchildren
He has a wife named Jennifer Duffy. The two got married in 2019. He has two daughters Eden and Ava. He also has two stepchildren Jolie and Van.
Curtis Duffy Parents
He was born in Newark, Ohio, and raised in Colorado Springs, Colo. His parents are not well known to the public. He is from a good and loving family as he was raised well.
Curtis Duffy Education
He got interested in cooking in his mandatory 6th grade home economics class at Adams Middle School in Johnstown. Duffy was a student at Licking County Joint Vocational School and then graduated in 1994 and then attended Columbus State Community College, where he did his associate degree in applied science.
Curtis Duffy Height, Weight
He stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall. (EST)
Curtis Duffy Wikipedia
In 2009 Duff became executive chef at Avenues at the Peninsula Hotel Chicago. While there he met Michael Muser, with whom he would later build two restaurants, Grace and Ever. Avenues at the Peninsula earned two Michelin stars in 2011 under Chef Duffy, and in 2010 Duffy left to build a new restaurant.
They opened Grace in Chicago’s West Loop in December 2012. The building and opening of Grace were documented in the 2015 documentary “For Grace,” which debuted on Netflix in 2016. “For Grace” also recounts the story of Duffy’s turbulent childhood, including the murder-suicide of his parents that occurred in 1994.
After one year of running, Grace earned two stars in the 2014 Michelin Guide. Grace under Chef Duffy was elevated to three stars in the 2015 Michelin Guide and retained its three-Michelin-star rating in 2017, 2018, and 2016 guides. Duffy left Grace in 2017, and the restaurant subsequently closed in December 2017.
In June 2019, they announced that they would open a new restaurant in Chicago called Ever in the spring of 2020. Delayed a few months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, after even opening on July 28, 2020. It was forced to close for indoor dining from November 2020-January 2021 when the City of Chicago ordered an indoor-dining ban for all restaurants due to the pandemic.
Ever reopened for indoor dining on Feb. 16, 2021. During the three-month indoor dining shutdown, he launched a take-out burger concept that he named Reve Burger. Reve is the word Ever spelled backward.
Duffy decided to continue Reve, and in early 2021, moved the burger operation into its own kitchen across the street from Ever. Chef Duffy was inducted into the Disciples Escoffier International in November 2016 and sits on the advisory board of the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts. A $25,000 scholarship which is under his name is awarded.