OUR CHEF TAKES GREAT PRIDE
in creating new menu items and events every season
Smyrna – Richard Ryan Hamlin
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go to link Rusty’s most recent accolade was securing a spot as a finalist on season 13 of Food Network Star. Rusty came in 2nd place battling against 12 other finalists! We are so proud of his accomplishments.
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