Emory Report

 September 2, 1997

 Volume 50, No. 2

World-class chefs, moderate
prices at new Caffè Antico

Caffè Antico, the Carlos Museum's third-floor eatery, will be under the direction of Sterling Spoon Catering and Event Production and world-class chefs John Metz and Christopher Pyun beginning Sept. 3. Jay Butler will be general manager of the space that is a favorite spot for the Emory community and museum visitors.

The cafe will serve simple breakfast foods including muffins, Danish pastry and beverages and will feature Seattle's Best Coffee. Lunch menus will include Pyun's signature roasted red bell pepper soup, fresh breads including focaccia, salads, pasta, gourmet sandwiches and desserts. Lunch entrees will range from $4 to $7, and many include at least one side dish.

Metz, who graduated from the Culinary Institute of America, has a background of research and development with Friday's Worldwide and Italianni's. He trained as a chef at Montrachet and at the celebrity-owned TriBeCa Grill, both in New York.

Pyun, also a graduate of the Culinary Institute, was executive chef and managing partner of The Green Room in Dallas, a nationally known and award-winning restaurant. He trained under chef Daniel Boulud at Le Cirque and Restaurant Daniel in New York.

Sterling Spoon Catering and Event Production also will be available for a full array of catering needs from the smallest to the largest occasion.

Caffè Antico is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is 727-0695. For more information about other services, call Gail Habif at 727-2251.

-Joy Bell

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