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Yann Guigne

Executive Chef

Scotch n'Sirloin Dewitt NY

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Scotch n'Sirloin Dewitt NY

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Employment History

U 16 - U 19 Ski Race Coach

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Co-Owner

L'Adour


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SyracuseFirst | Blog

Chefs Kevin Gentile (Gentile's) and Yann Guigne (L'Adour) will be creating dishes from local farms and producers and serving them to the tunes of jazz duo Jimmy and Ashley Cox.


SyracuseFirst | Blog

Chefs Kevin Gentile (Gentile's) and Yann Guigne (L'Adour) will be creating dishes from local farms [...]


Stop Force Feeding - Ban Foie Gras

Yann Guigne, Chef


http://www.wcny.org/food-for-thought/view.php?ItemID=95&PHPSESSID=e566adea297ad66bc90b3db3e8e240a7

Contributed by: Yann Guigne' - Owner/Chef, L'Adour Restaurant Fran


The Central New York Business Journal

"We need one or two weeks to see exactly what the numbers were, but we did have a lot of people," says Yann Guigne, head chef and co-owner of L'Adour. Guigne admits that he spent more on food, wait-staff, and side-work due to the increase in diners. "So with a $20 menu I don't know the exact increase in revenues, but we don't do this for the money, we do it to bring people downtown and show them what the restaurant has to offer," Guigne says. Despite the uncertainty, Guigne feels the week was a success for L'Adour.


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