The new Crescent Hotel’s restaurant will feature Mediterranean dishes by Paradiso chef Preston Paine, a contestant on the Food Network show “Ciao House,” the hotel announced Tuesday. Emelia’s restaurant in the Crescent will feature local purveyors and will include a separate fine dining space, The Blue Room, according to the announcement. Paine, a Fort Worth resident, moved back to Texas after working at Eleven Madison Park in New York City, according to The Dallas Morning News.
He is executive chef at several Dallas Bishop Arts District restaurants including Paradiso, 308 N. Bishop Ave., and also co-founded Shug’s Bagels, 3020 Mockingbird Lane. TOP VIDEOS He played high school football in Dallas and college football as an offensive lineman at Tulane University in New Orleans. The hotel, 3300 Camp Bowie Blvd. across from the Kimbell Art Museum, is accepting reservations beginning in mid-September. Chef Preston Paine will open Emelia’s in the Crescent Hotel in Fort Worth. Food Network Chef Preston Paine makes pasta is a contestant in the first episode of the Food Network show “Ciao House.” The other contestant is New Jersey chef Omar Ashley. Jay Maidment Food Network Chef Preston Paine will open Emelia’s in the Crescent Hotel in Fort Worth. Food Network An updated rendering of the Crescent Fort Worth coming soon to the Cultural District. TBG Partners
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