Q&A: William Bradley, Chef Addison at The Grand Del Mar, San Diego

FE&S: What makes your operation unique?

WB: When we set out to open this restaurant, we were faced with many challenges, including being located in a suburb of San Diego. We had to make people understand that we aren't just here for the short term. We wanted to build recognition slowly, offering different variations of wine and service, with our clients in mind. We listened to the feedback to build a restaurant that suits the city. Addison is not just driven by its ambiance, service or cuisine, but by marrying all three together.

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