In Good Taste

Toque Turnover

New Chefs at Fleet Street Kitchen and Ten Ten American Bistro will add their own signature styles.

By Jane Marion | June 3, 2014, 12:11 pm

In Good Taste

Toque Turnover

New Chefs at Fleet Street Kitchen and Ten Ten American Bistro will add their own signature styles.

By Jane Marion | June 3, 2014, 12:11 pm

This month’s game of restaurant musical chairs is being played by the Bagby Restaurant Group. To wit: there’s been a changing of the guard at the helm of Bagby’s Fleet Street Kitchen and Ten Ten American Bistro.

With the departure of Chris Amendola from Fleet Street Kitchen, chef Nate Magat (formerly of Ten Ten) has stepped up to the plate. We’re told that the Magat will put his own touches on the table with more eclectic, international twists such as his Camarones ‘Al Mojo’ dish, shrimp with spring onion, shallots, green garlic, and sweet black garlic.

To fill the void at Ten Ten, chef John Hufnagel, the former sous chef at Bagby-owned Cunningham’s, will offer his modern vision on classic American cuisine with dishes such as Local Pork with Summer Succotash and a Ramp Ranch. 

Happy tasting!




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Jane Marion is the food and dining editor for Baltimore, where she covers food, wellness, beauty, and home and garden.


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