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March 04, 1988 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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GRAZING'S OUT
GREAT DINNERS

ARE IN AT

kept him busy, he missed the
kitchen . . . His flagship
restaurant, Sebastian's, was
not achieving what he
wanted . . . Chefs hired to run
the kitchen were not produc-
ing favorable results . . . His
dream restaurant needed his
special touch . . . so a few
weeks ago Matt Prentice
decided to return to the kit-
chen as the chef-proprietor of
Sebastian's.
Although his company's
fast growth may slow a bit
with this move, patrons will
be in for a treat as he
demonstrates his love for
cooking fresh fish and New
American cuisine .. .
Whether to be an en-
trepreneur or do what you
really want to do is
sometimes a hard decision .. .
but at 29 years of age, Matt
Prentice figures he has time
to do both.
Matt admits that the food
and service at Sebastian's has
been inconsistent for the last
18 months . . . "However,"
says Matt, "with me running
the operation day-to-day now,
it will be one of the best
restaurants in Detroit if it
kills me to make it so.
"I am a long way from be-
ing one of the top chefs in
town because at this point I
have been more of a
businessman than a chef.
Although I may not have the
talent that some chefs do, I
try hard and I outwork just
about everybody, making sure
my food is perfect."
Knowing Matt and his avid
perseverance, you can bet
your boots that he will make
Sebastian's one of the top fine
dining restaurants in our
area.

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Music Auditions

Auditions for the Ben and
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memory of Karlene I. Salon,
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