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You can catch Hanczor cooking up a storm at Parish Hall in the hip Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. The hunky chef decided to change his career from publishing to focus on cooking full-time in 2009, when he began to hone his craft at the famed Locanda Verde in NYC and then as head chef of Parish Hall’s sister restaurant Egg, a popular Brooklyn brunch spot. Hanczor, who was named the 2013 New York Rising Star Sustainability Chef, prides himself on sourcing local cuisine and pairs his amazing menu at Parish Hall with undeniable charm and a smile that's contagious.
Date-night dinner: Usually something easy such as a big salad, fish tacos, or pasta—anything that lets me spend less time cooking and more time enjoying.
Favorite way to sweat: Playing basketball on the outdoor courts at Houston and Chrystie in the Lower East Side, or on Grand Street in Williamsburg. I love playing when it's a little too hot outside and you really get in a good workout.
Food splurge: Nice wine, bourbon, or a bunch of good oysters.
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