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Don’t Mess With Chef Angie Mar

Radio Cherry Bombe

When rent negotiations with her landlord were going south, Chef/owner Angie Mar knew it might be time to say goodbye to the historic New York City restaurant space that changed her life. So what did she do? She returned the keys, walked away, and rented the space right next door. Angie joins us to discuss her decision to close The Beatrice Inn, the challenges of 2020, the future of fine dining, and more. As Chef Angie’s fans know, she’s a bit of a glamour puss, so we also asked her a few questions about her fashion faves and her beauty routine. Tune in to learn more about this colorful and creative personality.Thank you to Catbird, the finest fine jewelry, for supporting this episode.


8 Feb 2021

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Angie Mar: The Beatrice Inn and the Future of Restaurants

Danica Lo & Company

Chef Angie Mar is the award-winning chef-owner of The Beatrice Inn. We met when Angie was honored as a Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2017 and ever since then, The Beatrice Inn has been one of my favorite restaurants in New York. Some of my best recent memories of New York City have been early evenings and late nights perched at the corner of the bar drinking smoked Manhattans and gossiping with Angie over plates of her signature fried chicken. Before I moved to Hong Kong last year, I made sure my very last supper in NYC was whiskey-aged beef at the Bea. In this episode of the podcast we talk about how Angie has pivoted her business during the Covid-19 crisis and what could come next for chefs and restaurants in New York. You can find Chef Angie Mar on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/angiekmar/Butcher + Beast cookbook: https://www.amazon.com/Butcher-Beast-Mastering-Art-Meat/dp/0525573666The Beatrice Inn is in New York City's West Village: https://thebeatriceinn.com/Please donate to The Beatrice Inn Employee Relief Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-beatrice-inn-employee-relief-fundThank you so much for listening this early episode of Danica Lo & Company! Please subscribe to this channel and, if you like, please leave me a five-star rating. See you next time!


19 May 2020

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Ep 35. Angie Mar: Award-Winning Chef, Beatrice Inn Restauranteur, + Author

Story + Rain Talks

Pioneering Through The Pandemic. Chef Angie Mar’s unapologetic and over-the-top approach to food, life, and style is contagious. During one of the most stressful times in the chef, author, and entrepreneur’s career, we sat down with her to discuss how her storied, landmark restaurant, @beatrice_inn, has pivoted during the COVID19 pandemic both to serve the community, and the staff that she calls family. In this episode we discuss the stylishness of her food, the importance of mood and vibe, how she approaches cooking the way an artist approaches painting, her famous dry aging techniques, her far-from-traditional ways of writing recipes and creating menus, being a boss, her most thrilling restaurant guest, a current hot-issue topic in the food world, her enviable personal style, and the style of her home and table. Angie embodies the Story + Rain aesthetic and approach to life and style, and this is an in-depth conversation with a courageous, hard-working pioneer who does it all deliciously, with great attention to detail---and an even larger dose of glamour. It also includes an amazing lightning round of personal loves and recommendations that you can discover and shop here: 1. Butcher + Beast book by Angie Mar https://rstyle.me/+iZ1tCHh3U3Rdge4oHCirRQ 2. The Joy Of Cooking cookbook https://rstyle.me/+ofeT8h7dJ0sIAERkuLNgNA3. McQueen Documentary https://rstyle.me/+zoEA7lyqMGuWSOjQHXKDEQ4. Peaky Blinders English drama series https://rstyle.me/+CG4bVhxCIPb7mSN8LmG5lw5. Scarlet Rouge lipstick by Tom Ford https://rstyle.me/+__pYVlgryqpuxjA49GN0Wg6. Chanel ‘Mademoiselle’ fragrance https://rstyle.me/+eT-dwDKU8-PkwC0ibPa1VA7. Gucci ‘Envy’ fragrance https://rstyle.me/+H-4ljz-ISuZm-Trf5fF7Mg8. Angie Mar's recipe of choice for a birthday dinner, paired with champagne. Her Langoustine Pasta:https://www.storyandrain.com/article/food-drink-recipe-box-black-spaghetti-langoustines

1hr 23mins

18 May 2020

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Meet Angie Mar

Inside Julia's Kitchen

This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Angie Mar, chef and owner of the Beatrice Inn in New York City. They discuss Angie’s very meat-centric cooking style and what it’s like to celebrate in the age of Covid-19. Plus, Angie shares her Julia Moment.  Image courtesy of  Johnny Miller.Inside Julia's Kitchen  is powered by Simplecast.


16 Apr 2020

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Episode #154 - Upcoming Events; Homebuyer Class, Boat Show, and Angie Mar Meet & Greet

Open House with Team Reba

On this episode of "Open House with Team Reba", Reba and Eric discuss a few great events upcoming in the Seattle area:January 24th thru February 1st - Seattle Boat ShowDive into some of the awesome events and attractions at this year’s show—from free boat rides to craft beer. Show attractions are spread throughout both locations, so make sure to stop by both venues for the full Seattle Boat Show experience.Purchase tickets hereTuesday, Jan. 28 - Celebrity Dinner and Meet & Greet with Chef Angie Mar5 PM - Butcher + Beast Bash. Come meet Chef Angie Mar and celebrate the release of her new cookbook. You will hear about her remarkable journey from Seattle to the top restaurants in NYC, and learn the best of wine pairing tips from Advance Sommelier Christopher Chan. You'll enjoy student cooking demonstrations, sumptuous appetizers, and wine pairing personally selected by Chef Mar and Mr. Chan. Tickets include a complimentary copy of Butcher + Beast: Mastering the Art of Meat.7 PM - Celebrity Chef Dinner. An intimate, multi-course dinner prepared by Chef Mar and RTC Culinary students, with Christopher Chan sharing his wine expertise in RTC's Demonstration Kitchen for 48 lucky guests!Proceeds from the Celebrity Chef Dinner and Butcher + Beast Bash go to enhance RTC’s culinary arts program and support student scholarships.Tickets are limited so make your reservations today! https://foundation.rtc.edu/events/celebrity-chefSaturday, Feb 29th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm - First-Time Homebuyer ClassDo you live in Washington and have a household income of under $145k annually? Then you could qualify!There are many FREE programs available for first-time homebuyers, including up to 5% of your loan amount in down payment assistance and reduced interest rates.Your first step to homeownership starts with our class. We’ll teach you how to:Get Down Payment AssistanceGet Reduced Interest RatesGet Financing and LoansBoost Your Credit ScoreNavigate the home buying processWrite a Winning OfferGet the facts about what it takes to purchase a home, and switch from tenant to homeowner in 2020!Saturday, Feb 29th, 2020 from 9:30 am – 2:30 pmRenton Chamber of Commerce625 S 4th St, Renton, WA 98057Taught by:Reba Haas of Team Reba, Re/Max Metro Eastside and Eric Aasness of Homebridge Financial.Lunch & refreshments provided. Space is limited – Register below to save your seat.Home Buyer Steps is a free Workshop approved by the Washington State Housing Finance Commission.Learn more and register here.


27 Jan 2020

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Angie Mar Cooks a $700 Rib-Eye

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

Angie Mar, co-owner and chef at the Beatrice Inn, introduces us to her world, a restaurant that cooks more animals than vegetables. We discuss smuggling beef, bone-marrow crème brûlée and her most polarizing dish—a 160-day whiskey-aged tomahawk rib-eye steak, which sells for more than $700. Plus, we learn about a society of beer can collectors; we share our recipe for Tunisian Chickpeas with Swiss Chard; and Dan Pashman tells us how grown-ups can get more out of Halloween.Share your Thanksgiving memories with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how: 177milkstreet.com/thanksgivingmemoriesFor this week’s recipe, Tunisian Chickpeas with Swiss Chard, visit: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/tunisian-chickpeasFor Deborah Ager's full story on beer can collectors, visit: https://narratively.com/they-meet-up-in-motels-across-americato-trade-old-beer-cans/This week's sponsors:Go to https://www.fergusonshowrooms.com to browse the Inspiration Gallery and request an appointment.Go to kingarthurflour.com/milkstreet to get 25% off several products. Use promo code MILKSTREET at checkout.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


25 Oct 2019

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The Journey from Chef to Owner with Angie Mar

Opening Soon

Most of the guests on the show work for various chefs and restaurateurs before striking out on their own. But our guest today doesn't do things like most people. Angie Mar took the helm of the storied Beatrice Inn and then negotiated to purchase it from the owners a few years later. Angie is a lover of all things meat. She was a Food & Wine BNW in 2017, the year after she purchased the Beatrice Inn, which is still one of the hardest reservations to get in NYC.Photo Courtesy of Eric VitaleOpening Soon is powered by Simplecast.


25 Sep 2019

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Angie Mar Talks about Money, Mentorship, and Hustle

Communal Table

You may think you know Angie Mar from her ultra-luxe Instagram feed, or maybe you've had the pleasure of indulging in a meal at her inventive, over-the-top restaurant, The Beatrice Inn. But the 2017 Food & Wine Best New Chef wants you to know about the blood, sweat, tears, and terrifyingly lean times that led up to her buying this classic property and pushing its legacy forward. And that has an awful lot to do with the way she hires, and how she mentors her team. Mar sat down with Food & Wine Senior Editor Kat Kinsman for a from-the-heart chat, and you're welcome to pull up a chair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 10mins

21 Mar 2019

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9: Angie Mar

The TASTE Podcast

A brilliant chef, motivator, entrepreneur, and storyteller, Angie Mar is a force of nature. Her inspired meat cookery at the restaurant she owns and operates in New York City, the Beatrice Inn, has won awards and recognition from fickle New York City critics. On this episode she shares her story of being reviewed by The New York Times (it’s a crazy story), as well as the day she was forced to fire her entire kitchen staff just hours before service (equally intense). Also on this episode, Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen tells us what the heck is stuck in the back of her freezer.


24 Jul 2018

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Episode 22: Angie Mar

Andrew Talks to Chefs

For a career-changer, Chef Angie Mar's ascent in the chef world has been nothing short of astounding. Andrew swung by her stylish, wildly successful West Village restaurant The Beatrice Inn to get her story, from her Seattle upbringing to her life as a real estate agent in Los Angeles to her decision to chuck it all and jump into the pro kitchen. They also discuss the unique culture and rituals behind the scenes at The Beatrice Inn and how she went about buying the business and making it into the huge success it's become. Here's a thought: If you like what you hear, please tell your chef-fascinated friends, subscribe to Andrew Talks to Chefs (it's free) on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on your favorite social media platforms @ChefPodcast, and/or rate or review us on Apple's podcast store. Thanks for listening! Andrew Talks to Chefs is powered by Simplecast

1hr 36mins

28 Feb 2018