Kitchen LTO, Dallas’ permanent pop-up has restored its permanent status with a new location in Deep Ellum. Here’s what you need to know.
Chef Harmon has a lovely resume, y’all. Good names on this thing.
Here’s a little somethin-somethin’ about him, from the good old press release:
“Born in Tennessee, raised in Texas and graduating high school in LA, he was exposed to an array of different cultures that would play a big role in the way he cooks today. Harmon has trained and staged in some of the best kitchens in the states, from David Burkes’ Townhouse, to Buddhakan in the Chelsea Market, Le Cirque in the Bloomberg Tower to Grace in Fort Worth as well as FT33 and Driftwood in Dallas.
When Harmon returned to Texas in 2012, he became Chef de Cuisine at The Milk & Honey Co. where he received multiple accolades. The Star Telegram said, “Its kitchen is turning out some of the area’s more progressive and imaginative nouveau Southern cooking”. After leaving Milk & Honey in 2013, Harmon went to Grace and worked as Chef de Partie with Chefs Blain Staniford, Victor Villarreal, and Ryan Martin. In 2014, Harmon took the Lead Cook position at Savor in Dallas with Chefs Matt Hanke and Joe Sigliano.
He most recently created the new seasonally driven globally influenced French menu at Main Street Bistro & Bakery in Grapevine.”
Here’s what’s changing about the art. It’s now called “Gallery LTO.”
“More emphasis will be placed on artists than before with Ellie Visconti serving as Art Curator for Gallery LTO. Visconti, a 15-year veteran of the Dallas design and art scene has chosen Melissa Ellis to be the first featured artist. Ellis is a Native Texan and East Dallas resident specializing in abstract and contemporary nature oil paintings. Her bold use of color is apparent in all of her work, from large-scale heavily textured abstracts, to delicate paintings of flowers, plants and trees. She uses creative and unique techniques, often using a palette knife, to create motion, texture and depth.”
Now the chefs and artists will be chosen by the experts. Sorry, public and “Fickle 500.” Y’all are fired.
Peep ’em right here! Woohoo!!
Kitchen LTO’s new Deep Ellum address is: 2901 Elm Street
Dinner: Tuesday – Thursday 5pm – 11pm;
Friday & Saturday 5pm – 11pm;
(Lunch: Coming Soon)
Brunch: Saturday 11am – 3pm | Sunday 11am – 5pm (begins immediately)
Kitchen LTO // 2901 Elm Street // kitchenlto.com