Our team of talented and passionate individuals is the foundation of everything we do.

Representing a variety of backgrounds and experiences, everyone is united by a shared commitment to excellence, education, and hospitality.

BARBARA LYNCH, FOUNDER & CEO James Beard Award-winner and Relais & Chateâux Grand Chef Barbara Lynch is regarded as one of Boston's—and the country's—leading chefs and restaurateurs. Continue Reading ☞

BARBARA LYNCH, FOUNDER & CEO

James Beard Award-winner and Relais & Chateâux Grand Chef Barbara Lynch is regarded as one of Boston's—and the country's—leading chefs and restaurateurs.

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CAT SILIRIE, WINE DIRECTOR One of Boston's most respected and beloved wine experts, Cat Silirie brings over two decades of experience to the position of Executive Wine Director and Wine Buyer for Barbara Lynch Gruppo. Continue Reading ☞

CAT SILIRIE, WINE DIRECTOR

One of Boston's most respected and beloved wine experts, Cat Silirie brings over two decades of experience to the position of Executive Wine Director and Wine Buyer for Barbara Lynch Gruppo.

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Jon Awerman, Chef De Cuisine Born and raised in and around Boston, Jon's interest in food manifested itself from and early age, beginning with family dinners at his grandparent's house in the shadow of New York City.  Continue Reading ☞

Jon Awerman, Chef De Cuisine

Born and raised in and around Boston, Jon's interest in food manifested itself from and early age, beginning with family dinners at his grandparent's house in the shadow of New York City. 

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Ted Woo, General Manager Originally from San Francisco, Ted moved to Boston in 2010 to attend the Boston University School of Law.  Ultimately uninspired by a prospective legal career, Ted turned to restaurants, as he had done in the past, this time to one day open and operate his own. Continue Reading ☞

Ted Woo, General Manager

Originally from San Francisco, Ted moved to Boston in 2010 to attend the Boston University School of Law.  Ultimately uninspired by a prospective legal career, Ted turned to restaurants, as he had done in the past, this time to one day open and operate his own.

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