I met Brad Dickinson, no, make that “Bradley” Dickinson, at Henry’s Off Broadway’s Oyster Bar sometime in the very early 80’s. He was, and is, tall and handsome, quick with the sauté pan with an even quicker wit. If the
I’m not sure if I was even legal drinking age, but I’m sure the order was something like a glass of wine, teriyaki tidbits and oysters Rockefeller. I am positive we didn’t valet, but parked on the side street near Gene Juarez’s former corporate headquarters on Capitol Hill. Brad used to come in to the tavern with his friends Erin Vaughn, Tom Rauen and Ruth Baird; they were the locals, and I was fresh from
Then one day our worlds got closer. We realized that Terry Dudley and Erin Vaughn were married. Next thing you know, Bradley and I are living in the same neighborhood, sharing meals with new mutual friends and his bride, Sistie. After 25 plus years of hard labor as Executive Chef, Bradley cut the cord, as did his new business partner, Mikel Rogers, and opened Pearl Bar & Dining at
Fast forward to Pearl, a very busy place, a great restaurant, and a wonderful friend who trusted me to make it happen; just think it all started at the
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