Mon, 12 November 2018
Hailing from a family of chefs, Michael Serpa grew up in the restaurant industry living between Miami and Pennsylvania. After dropping political science at Penn State Serpa attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. In New York, Michael connected with the Olives NY group and worked under chef Michael Crain and eventually would make his way to Boston to work at Olives in Charlestown. He soon took over the kitchen at Neptune Oyster in the North End, where he stayed 7 years. With a need to continuing challenging himself, Serpa departed Neptune to open Select Oyster Bar in Boston's Back Bay, which opened in April 2015.
Favorite success quote or mantra:
"Keep it fresh."
In this episode with Michael Serpa, we discuss:
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