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See also: Interview with Chef David Féau

Chef David Féau

Prior to bringing his culinary excellence to downtown Los Angeles’ Cafe Pinot, one of the legendary Patina Restaurant Group venues, executive chef David Féau earned his degree in classic cuisine at L’Ecole Hoteliere, Helene Boucher in his hometown of Le Mans, France.

After fine-tuning his culinary and managerial skills under the guidance of famed chef Guy Savoy, he made his way to New York to oversee one of the city’s longtime favorites, Lutèce.

After revitalizing the flagship restaurant in NYC, Féau spearheaded the development of the sister restaurant in Las Vegas, earning both locations multiple 4-star ratings from Mobil and Forbes Magazine. 

In 2006, Féau became the executive chef for Cafe Pinot, bringing his vision of spa cuisine to life. “For me we don’t need medicine; we need good food, good wine and good company.”

Patina Restaurant Group’s Cafe Pinot in downtown Los Angeles
With its unique view of the urban skyline and romantic garden ambience, Cafe Pinot boasts one of downtown L.A.'s most cosmopolitan settings. The restaurant features exquisite patio and indoor dining, offering the perfect setting to complement an evening at the Music Center or Staples Center. Light, sophisticated seafood dishes dominate the contemporary Californian menu, and the scenic ambience makes it an ideal setting for weddings and special events.



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