Chef Marc Vetri is the founder of Philadelphia’s critically acclaimed Vetri Family of Restaurants. Born in Philadelphia, Vetri spent many of his formative training years in Bergamo Italy where he acquired his skills working alongside some of the region’s most notable chefs. He opened his first restaurant, Vetri, in 1998 to critical success and was bestowed the coveted James Beard Award for “Best Chef Mid-Atlantic” in 2005.
After launching Vetri, Chef Marc continued his winning streak with popular Philadelphia restaurants like Osteria, Amis, Alla Spina, Pizzeria Vetri, and Lo Spiedo. In addition to his restaurants, Vetri is also a regular contributor for The Huffington Post and has used his expertise to publish numerous cookbooks, teaching fans the secrets behind all of his most popular recipes. Now, Chef Vetri is once again debuting a brand new concept, this time in Bryn Mawr.
Fiore Rosso is the latest project from Chef Vetri and his business partner Jeff Benjamin. Envisioned as an elevated, Italian steakhouse, the new restaurant will be lead by chef de cuisine Jesse Grossman, who previously helmed Osteria in North Philadelphia.
Fiore Rosso opened in Bryn Mawr at 915 West Lancaster Avenue. The restaurant replaced Enoteca Tredici, a popular Italian bistro and wine bar from owner Greg Dodge that closed at the end of last year.
Source: What Now Philly