The Cheat Meal with Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo: Award Winning Chefs and Restauranteurs
Ethan welcomes Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo, award-winning chefs and restauranteurs, who have changed the changed the landscape of food in Los Angeles. Jon & Vinny talk about their deep love of food and their approach to making it delicious. Listen in and hear about their journey and successes and how they continue to grow.
(Nov. 19)Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo, owners of Animal, Son of A Gun, Jon & Vinny's and many others in Los Angeles, talk about the struggles of owning multiple restaurants, how being parents changed their approach, cooking for airplanes and more on this episode of the Menu.
Betting on Yourself and Elevating Airline Food With Jon Shook, Vinny Dotolo, and Adam Rapoport | House of Carbs
House of Carbs
House talks about his birthday meal at A Rake's Progress in Washington, D.C., before sitting down with Bon Appétit's Adam Rapoport and chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, of the iconic restaurants Animal and Jon and Vinny's in Los Angeles, to talk about their intriguing journey from Florida to California, working odd jobs, cooking in kitchens, to opening some of L.A.'s premier restaurants. They also discuss rolling out their menu on Delta One flights and some of the challenges of not compromising your food in the sky. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Just A Bunch of Animals with Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo
Starving for Attention with Richard and Jazmin Blais
LA restaurateurs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo step into the Walk In to talk about the evolution of how they manage their many restaurants over the last 10 years, dealing with harassment in the work place, and their methods for keeping their staff involved in the process.
_ Snacky Tunes _ is coming at you from a parking lot in LA this week as host Darin Bresnitz is on the scene with Chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Animal, Son of a Gun, Jon and Vinny’s, Trois Mec, Petit Trois, Trois Familia, & Helen’s. Jon and Vinny met in culinary school 15 years ago, where they share they first thought about opening a restaurant together. Chatting about opening animal, a wildly successful restaurant in Los Angeles, their next restaurant, Son of a Gun, a seafood-focused spot that is an homage to the fish shacks they grew up with in Florida, the duo have also partnered with Chef Ludo Lefebvre for delicious destinations. In the second half of the show, Greg welcomes Todd Goldstein AKA Arms to the studio talking his long history with Snacky Tunes and what he’s been up to since 2009! Todd has been writing and recording music under the name ARMS since 2004, which is a pretty long time if you think about it. His songs are sinewy and guitar-forward, with a wild energy and an sad core. His lyrics are sly, aching sketches written in language both more oblique and more direct than normal speech. There have been two ARMS full-length albums—the noisy, melancholic Kids Aflame (2008) and its fancied-up widescreen sequel Summer Skills (2011)—a handful of singles and EPs, a covers album, and 2013’s rollicking EP2. The 3rd and latest ARMS album—a collection of songs recorded with longtime drummer Tlacael Esparza, called Patterns—will be released in the spring of 2016. Notably, ARMS has shared the stage with Passion Pit, Walkmen, Beach House, White Rabbits, The Long Winters, A Place to Bury Strangers, Japandroids, Hospitality, Caveman, Asobi Seksu, and more. Stay tuned for his acoustic set! “Yes, local is great and it’s awesome and we love it but let’s just try to make the most delicious food… we don’t beat people over the head with it.” [9:00] –Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo on Snacky Tunes