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Even at 30, Everest till among the city's best

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Review: Even at 30, Everest till among the city's best
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Chicago Tribune

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/restaurants/ct-review-everest-food-0208-20170203-column.html?14861515706976
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Phil Vettel

When a restaurant reaches the 30-year milestone, it's natural for the chef to take a look back and savor the journey. Unless you're Jean Joho, a chef whose mantra is, "What's good enough for me today isn't good enough for me tomorrow," and a man who never looks back.

Well, maybe a little.

Like to October 1986, Everest's first week in business.

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Jean Joho Looks Back on 30 Years at Everest

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Jean Joho Looks Back on 30 Years at Everest
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Zagat Chicago

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https://www.zagat.com/b/chicago/jean-joho-looks-back-on-30-years-at-everest
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Matt Kirouac

Inline image 1Long before Chicago blossomed into the world-class dining destination it is today, 

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Everest restaurant celebrates 30 years with 1986 look-back menu, plus alumni dinners

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Everest restaurant celebrates 30 years with 1986 look-back menu, plus alumni dinners
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Chicago Tribune

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/restaurants/ct-everest-restaurant-30-year-anniversary-events-20170110-story.html
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Phil Vettel

 

One of the lasting tenets of fine dining is "you pay for the view." Which is to say, at high-rise restaurants, what shows up at the table is never as exciting, or as valuable, as what you can see out the window.

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Jean Joho's Everest turns 30

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Jean Joho's Everest turns 30
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Chicago Business

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http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20170110/BLOGS09/170109894/jean-johos-everest-in-chicago-turns-30
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Judith Ruiz-Branch

Fine French restaurants have come and gone in Chicago (and fine-dining restaurants have mostly gone), but one has lasted 30 years. Everest celebrates its 30th anniversary this month. The Michelin-starred restaurant opened in partnership with Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange building in 1986.

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Server

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Part Time
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PM
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Requirements

  • 6+ months of Front Server/Lead Server experience
  • Polished and professional
  • Strong in food and wine knowledge
  • PM availability
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<i>Fine Dining</i>
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Server
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Please email your resume to jmathieu@everestrestaurant.com with "Everest Server" in the subject line.

All newly hired Lettuce Entertain You employees will be required to verify their identity and employment eligibility through the Internet-based system operated by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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Chef Joho Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Everest With a Series of Very Special Celebrations

Join legendary Chef/Proprietor J. Joho as he recognizes a very important milestone—30 years of Everest. Recognized the world over for it’s unforgettable setting on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange overlooking the Chicago skyline, Everest has wowed generations of diners with Joho’s renowned personalized French cuisine.

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7 Reasons Not to Miss Everest's 30th Anniversary Celebration

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7 Reasons Not to Miss Everest's 30th Anniversary Celebration
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Michigan Avenue Magazine

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http://michiganavemag.com/dont-miss-the-everest-30th-anniversary-celebration
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J.P. Anderson

Casual dining may dominate Chicago’s current food scene, but there’s still room in this town for restaurants that put a premium on elegance, sophistication, and superior technique—and since 1986, Everest has been the epitome of all three. Now the four-star stalwart on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange building is preparing to celebrate 30 years, and—with help from legendary chef and proprietor Jean Joho—we’ve got the scoop on why this fine foodie celebration is not to be missed. 

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Everest's 30th Anniversary 1986 Menu

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Kicking off Wednesday, January 11, Chef Joho offers a special menu celebrating dishes from the very first year of Everest! Featuring dishes such as Presskopf of Wild Salmon; Calamari, Black and White Carnaroli Risotto; Roasted, Wrapped, Line-Caught Sea Bass in Potato and Thyme; Prime Beef Tenderloin Rossini Style, Truffle Sauce; and for dessert, Crispy Alsace Apple Strudel, Maple Ice Cream; this multi-course menu is available throughout January for $145 per person, plus tax (not including gratuity).

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Jean Joho Explores the State of French Food in America

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Jean Joho Explores the State of French Food in America
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Plate Magazine

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http://plateonline.com/jean-joho-explores-state-french-food-america
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Chandra Ram

Jean Joho is the chef/owner of French restaurants in Chicago, Boston and Las Vegas, ranging from the casual Brasserie Jo to classic cuisine at the Eiffel Tower to modern French fine dining at Everest. He spoke with us about the state of French food in America.

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