Chloe Coscarelli in 2012
|Born||Chloe Kay Coscarelli
October 14, 1987 
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Vegan chef, author|
Chloe Kay Coscarelli (born October 14, 1987) is a vegan chef  and author. She became the first vegan to win a culinary competition on television and was named to the 2017 Class of 30 Under 30 by Forbes.
Chloe Kay Coscarelli is the daughter of filmmaker Don Coscarelli. She is a graduate of UC Berkeley, where she discovered her love for cooking. A summer internship at Millennium, a gourmet vegan restaurant located in San Francisco, led to a course of study at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, followed by entry into Cornell University's online Plant-Based Nutrition certificate program.
She was featured in the Cooking Channel television documentary The Veg Edge and has appeared on NBC's The Today Show, CBS's The Doctors, VH1, CNN, HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell, and The Fran Drescher Show.
In 2012, she published her first cookbook, Chloe's Kitchen, followed by Chloe's Vegan Desserts in 2013 and Chloe's Vegan Italian Kitchen in 2014.
In mid-2015, Coscarelli partnered with ESquared Hospitality to open the vegan fast casual restaurant By Chloe (stylized by CHLOE) on Bleecker Street in the West Village of New York City. By 2017 the chain comprised five locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, with additional locations in Los Angeles and Boston.
In July 2017, Coscarelli was forced out by ESquared in an arbitration award after she filed suit in 2016 over control of the company.
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