Direct Elite Chef Service Will Bring Personalized and Intimate Chef Experiences to Sandtown Crossing

Executive Chef Andrew Brown's goal is to provide a fully customizable menu and experience — with larger ambitions in the future
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Direct Elite Chef Service’s Executive Chef Andrew Brown has been in the catering business for about ten years and has decided to expand their services. While delivering a personalized chef experience to different events, Direct Elite Chef Service will also soon be hosting these experiences out of the company’s own brick-and-mortar space, at 5829 Campbellton Rd SW Ste 105, right next to the recently-opened Publix Super Market in Sandtown Crossing

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Brown’s Direct Elite Chef Service concept won’t function as a restaurant per se, as the dining experience is only part of the main focus, which remains centered around catering. However, the space is a great option for private events. Those who want to attend must reserve their seats at least a week in advance and even then, this intimate space will only seat six to seven people. This level of intimacy was no accident and unlike other restaurant spaces, Direct Elite Chef Service will have no set-in-stone menu. In fact, those who reserve will choose the menu — Italian, American, and French are all options, all of which will be considered fine-dining. 

The focus is on different events, as “most clients are thinking of a birthday party, a wedding, or a corporate event,” Brown told What Now Atlanta. As of right now, Brown is booked out for the rest of the year, so expect an opening of this concept sometime in mid-January. While it will be a smaller space, Brown has bigger goals in the future: “We plan to open an event facility and that’s going to be a grand ballroom.”

(Edited to put a larger emphasis on Chef Andrew Brown’s catering service)

Kasey Fox

Kasey Fox is a passionate writer with origins and aspirations in creative writing who has found a new voice in the exciting world of entertainment reporting. Having worked for Screen Rant, International Business Times, and The Blast, he also has backgrounds in SEO, social media marketing, and the art of entertainment itself. In his free time, Kasey hosts several podcasts on his comedy YouTube page as well as writing feature-length screenplays, of which he's achieved semi-finalist status at the Austin Film Festival's screenwriting program.
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