Bryan Voltaggio

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Bryan Voltaggio
Born (1976-04-19) April 19, 1976 (age 38)
Frederick, Maryland
Education Culinary Institute of America
Culinary career
Cooking style Modern American

Bryan Voltaggio (born April 19, 1976) is an American chef residing in Frederick, Maryland. He received an AOS in culinary arts from The Culinary Institute of America and was mentored by chef Charlie Palmer.[1] He is the co-owner and executive chef of four restaurants including VOLT, Lunchbox, Family Meal and RANGE. Volt Restaurant in Frederick, Maryland, received a James Beard nomination for Best New Restaurant in 2009.[citation needed]

Television appearances[edit]

Voltaggio was the runner-up of the sixth season of Top Chef, Bravo's cooking competition show, placing second to his brother, Michael Voltaggio. He was a runner-up on the fifth season of Top Chef Masters, making him the first chef to compete on both Top Chef and Top Chef Masters.

Personal life[edit]

Voltaggio lives in Maryland with his wife Jennifer and their three children, Thacher, Piper, and Ever.[2]

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