Friday, September 4, 2015

Tony Clark joining Valley Forge Casino

Arrivederci, Serafina.

Tony Clark joining Valley Forge Casino

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Tony Clark. (David M Warren / Staff Photographer)
Tony Clark. (David M Warren / Staff Photographer)

Tony Clark - who raised eyebrows six months ago when he landed as chef at Serafina off Rittenhouse Square - has a new gig: He's joined Valley Forge Casino Resort as the executive chef of its showcase restaurants Pacific Prime and Viviano.

The company said it would announce the move Friday, Oct. 26.

Clark's background includes the Four Seasons; his own, eponymous restaurant at Broad and Sansom Streets; a 10-year private-cheffing engagement; and a very short stint at Harry's Savoy Grill.

He also still owns the Old Grange in Cape May, but he told me that it's closed for the season.

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