Kwame Onwuachi is a James Beard Award-winning chef, acclaimed author, and has been named the most important Chef in America by the San Francisco Chronicle.
After training at the Culinary Institute of America, Kwame opened five restaurants before the age of thirty; including the groundbreaking Afro-Caribbean restaurant, Kith/Kin in Washington, D.C.
By the age of 30, Kwame had already opened 5 restaurants. His newest venture, Tatiana at Lincon Center is already racking up the awards and can be found on every "Best Of" List you can imagine.
He has also been named one of Food & Wine's “Best New Chefs”, Esquire Magazine's 2019 “Chef of the Year”, the TIME 100 “Next 2019 List”, and is a “30 Under 30 honoree” by both Zagat and Forbes. He currently serves as Food & Wine's executive producer and his first-ever cookbook "My America: Recipes from a Young Black Chef," has recently been released.