Peter DeRuvo Hired as Chef at Prado

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The off-the-record buzz about chef Peter DeRuvo taking over the chef de cuisine position at Prado is now confirmed news. He officially starts the job on Monday.

DeRuvo seems like a great fit for the upscale Italian restaurant at the InterContinental Montelucia resort, given his background as executive chef at AAA Four Diamond Award-winning Sassi up until last fall.

He briefly took the chef position at Vatra Grillhouse for its revamp a month ago, before getting this much higher profile job, which was recently vacated by chef Claudio Urciuoli (who now works for Chris Bianco).


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