Michael and Bryan Voltaggio Maryland/DC region Chef 4-star review from the LA times. Emmy award. Season 6 of Bravo's Top Chef. Michelin Star. Food and Wine Magazines Best New Chef Award. "Top Chef" Season 6 Las Vegas. "Top Chef Masters" Season 5. James Beard Foundation Award finalist. Maryland

Regalis X Michael and Bryan Voltaggio

Brothers, Chef Michael Voltaggio and Chef Bryan Voltaggio, have teamed up to operate their restaurants Voltaggio Brothers Steak House, Estuary, and STRFSH located in the Maryland/DC region.

Michael Voltaggio moved to Los Angeles in 2009 to open the Bazaar by Jose Andres. After receiving a 4-star review from the LA times, Voltaggio had his eyes set on doing his own thing. He was featured on and won the Emmy award winning season 6 of Bravo's Top Chef. Prior to moving to LA, Chef Michael worked under Charlie Palmer in Healdsburg, CA where he received a Michelin Star for his work at Dry Creek Kitchen. After winning Top Chef, he opened Ink. restaurant in Los Angeles where he won numerous accolades including Food and Wine Magazines Best New Chef Award.

Three-time runner up Bryan Voltaggio is the only chef who has competed on both “Top Chef” (Season Six: Las Vegas) and “Top Chef Masters” (Season 5). He went back for Season 17 All Stars LA and finished runner up. A Maryland native and James Beard Foundation Award finalist, Bryan is the Executive Chef and owner of VOLT, Family Meal, and has three additional restaurants with his brother Michael including Estuary, Voltaggio Brothers Steak House and STRFSH. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Bryan was a cook at Aureole where he met his mentor chef Charlie Palmer. He has also released two cookbooks Home: Recipes to Cook with Family and Friends and VOLT. Ink, the latter which he co-authored with his brother Michael.

Recreate Michael and Bryan's recipes with their favorite Regalis ingredients.
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