One-time Charleston celebrity chef Louis Osteen has landed in yet another kitchen, this time in Music City.
The Tennessean newspaper recently reported that Osteen is now in Nashville, where he is an executive chef for Hospitality Development Group and will work at three of the company’s restaurants: Watermark Restaurant, Miro District Food & Drink and Blind Pig No. 55.
Osteen, who helped put Lowcountry cuisine on the map, opened his first restaurant in 1980 on Pawleys Island and gained national acclaim at what is now Charleston Grill in the lobby of Charleston Place. Read more.