Rosalie Italian Soul
Arguably Top Chef Masters winner Chef Chris Cosentino’s most personal endeavor to date, Rosalie Italian Soul is named for and inspired by Chris’ great-grandmother Rosalie Cosentino, a first-generation Italian immigrant who he credits for his career in cooking.
Rosalie delivers old-school Italian soul with a playful, intentional edge. Old-world Italian traditions meet bold, chef-driven interpretations and local influences to deliver a fresh, upscale take on the beloved “immigrant cuisine” that put Italian-American food on the map.
CHEF CHRIS COSENTINO
Chris Cosentino is a critically acclaimed chef known for his innovative Italian and whole animal cooking. He is co-owner of Cockscomb in San Francisco, CA, Jackrabbit in Portland, OR, and Acacia House at Las Alcobas in Napa Valley, CA. A graduate of the culinary program at Johnson & Wales University, Cosentino cooked at beloved Bay Area restaurants Rubicon, Chez Panisse, Belon, and Redwood Park before opening Incanto, his first executive chef position.
A passionate philanthropist, Cosentino won season four of BRAVO’s “Top Chef Masters,” earning over $140,000 for The Michael J. Fox Foundation, and is a member of Chefs Cycle, an annual 300-mile bicycle ride fundraiser that aims to end child hunger.