Benefiting: Sweets Foundation

 

Sara Hauman was born and raised in San Diego county.  She attended The Art Institute of California in San Diego to earn a degree in Culinary Management.  Sara began working in the food industry in 2005.  After working at a few restaurants throughout San Diego (Paradise Grille, JSix, WineSellar and Brasserie) as well as a couple upscale health spas (Golden Door, Cal-a-Vie) she finally decided to make the move up north.  After staging at some of the Bay Area’s more fine dining establishments, she decided that she enjoyed a more rustic approach to food and found her place at Bar Agricole.

After two and half years and a promotion to sous chef, Sara was offered an opportunity to stage at Asador Etxebarri in the Basque region of Spain for six months.  Upon returning to San Francisco, Sara was asked to open a small restaurant, Huxley, as the head chef.  While at Huxley Sara was awarded; 3 star review from SF Chronicle, Eater Young Guns 2015, Zagat 30 under 30 2015, James Beard Semi-Finalist Rising Star Chef 2016, SF Chronicle Rising Star Chef 2016.  Sara left Huxley after a year and half to open another San Francisco restaurant, Mister Jiu’s, as the sous chef.

She is currently working on the opening of a new restaurant where she will be a chef and partner, slated to open in San Francisco in June 2017. Sara Hauman was born and raised in San Diego county.  She attended The Art Institute of California in San Diego to earn a degree in Culinary Management.  Sara began working in the food industry in 2005.  After working at a few restaurants throughout San Diego (Paradise Grille, JSix, WineSellar and Brasserie) as well as a couple upscale health spas (Golden Door, Cal-a-Vie) she finally decided to make the move up north.  After staging at some of the Bay Area’s more fine dining establishments, she decided that she enjoyed a more rustic approach to food and found her place at Bar Agricole.

After two and half years and a promotion to sous chef, Sara was offered an opportunity to stage at Asador Etxebarri in the Basque region of Spain for six months.  Upon returning to San Francisco, Sara was asked to open a small restaurant, Huxley, as the head chef.  While at Huxley Sara was awarded; 3 star review from SF Chronicle, Eater Young Guns 2015, Zagat 30 under 30 2015, James Beard Semi-Finalist Rising Star Chef 2016, SF Chronicle Rising Star Chef 2016.  Sara left Huxley after a year and half to open another San Francisco restaurant, Mister Jiu’s, as the sous chef.  She is currently working on the opening of a new restaurant where she will be a chef and partner, slated to open in San Francisco in June 2017.

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