This is part two of my interview with Vincent Guerithault, chef-owner of Vincent on Camelback and Vincent's Market Bistro. If you missed part one, where Guerithault talks about being an apprentice, famous people he's cooked for and where he buys his macarons, read it here.
Disclosure: I dated Vince ... More >>
Vincent on Camelback, Vincent's Market Bistro
3930 East Camelback Road
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Daniel GuerithaultChef Vincent Guerithault will be making your dinner.From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., this Thursday, November 10, at the ... More >>
Vincent GuerithaultYesterday we brought you the first part of our conversation with Chef Vincent Guerithault of Vincent on Camelback. Today our talk continues.
What was the new life like for you when you came to America?It was a lot of work. I didn't speak a word of English s ... More >>
Vincent GuerithaultThis week we sat down to chat with Phoenix food scene legend Vincent Guerithault, the man behind Vincent on Camelback, Vincent Market Bistro, Vincent's Van Go and The Camelback Market.
Think of Guerithault as the local Mr. Miyagi of fine dining: years ... More >>
courtesy of Vincent on Camelback
Vincent GuerithaultChrysa Robertson, Eugenia Theodosopoulos and Vincent Guerithault were honored last night with induction into the 2011 Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame, mouthbysouthwest reports.
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courtesy of Vincent on Camelback
Chef Guerithault with Blue Room slidersThis year marks the 25th anniversary for Vincent Guerithault's quintessential French restaurant Vincent on Camelback. Vincent made his mark on the Phoenix dining scene with classic French haute cuisine in the 1980's. H ... More >>
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Seems like lots of restaurants pick weird nights of the week to offer any freebies. But chef Vincent Guerithault -- a semifinalist for a James Beard award this year! -- knows that we really like to hit the town on Fridays and Saturdays, so he's giving us extra incentive to swing by hi ... More >>
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