She's back: Hell's Kitchen season 13 champion LaTasha McCutchen is returning to 3030 Ocean for a limited time — and with a special new menu.
In 2014, McCutchen — at the time a chef at 3030 Ocean — captivated audiences (and even managed to impress the mercurial Gordon Ramsay) with her talent, winning the head chef position at his Pub & Grill located at Caesars Atlantic City.
Now, after a successful first year with Pub & Grill, McCutchen has new plans. The chef recently announced she is looking forward to pursuing her ultimate dream: becoming a private chef with a career in event catering.
In the meantime, the celebrity chef and 3030 Ocean protégé is returning for a limited stint to her former stomping grounds at Fort Lauderdale's Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, where she will reunite with mentor and executive chef Adrienne Grenier.
To celebrate the reunion, the restaurant will debut a special menu in honor of the return. From Sunday, April 3, through Wednesday, April 6, 3030 Ocean will offer guests a chance to order a four-course dinner
created by McCutchen.
The menu, priced at $79 per person with an optional wine pairing for $36, will be available nightly. Dishes will include a starter course, two main dishes, and a dessert.
McCutchen's dinner begins with an oyster trio: a grilled West Coast oyster with guanciale and pecan crumble, an East Coast fried oyster with sweet corn and pickled green tomato relish, and a kumquat and
During these dates, the restaurant will also continue to serve its regular à la carte menu. Reservations are strongly recommended.
3030 Ocean is located at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa, 3030 Holiday Drive. Dinner is served daily beginning at 6 p.m. Call 954-765-3030, or visit 3030ocean.com.
Nicole Danna is a food writer covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in food and drink news in South Florida, follow her @SoFloNicole or find her latest food pics on the BPB New Times Food & Drink Instagram.
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