Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

D.C. Chef to Run Downtown Restaurant

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

D.C. Chef to Run Downtown Restaurant

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Dennis Marron, executive chef at Poste Modern Brasserie in Washington, D.C., will be relocating to Pittsburgh to helm the restaurant at the Hotel Monaco. The boutique hotel, part of San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant group, is scheduled to open late this year in the James H. Reed Building at 435 Sixth Ave., Downtown.

The nine-story hotel in the 1902 Beaux-Arts style building will offer 247 rooms, a fitness center, 9,000 square feet of meeting space and a 120-seat restaurant.

"We're still working out the concept for the restaurant," said Mr. Marron. "The company has made the announcement early to get me involved in the process."

Mr. Marron will move to Pittsburgh in July. Although he's not from the area, his wife grew up in Latrobe and her family lives close by.

Mr. Marron has been an executive chef for the company in the D.C. and Virginia area for the past seven years. Before he helmed Poste, he was executive chef of The Grille at Morrison House and Jackson 20 Restaurant & Tavern in Alexandria, Va. …

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