Vice President of Culinary and Pastry Arts
The journey that took Chef Trevisani to his position as Vice President of Culinary and Pastry Arts here at The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College began over 35 years ago. As a teenager, Chef Trevisani discovered that cooking for people was a way to reach someone’s heart. For decades he dedicated himself to developing the skills and appreciation that only a true professional gastronome and gourmand can claim.
Chef Trevisani’s career advanced him through some of Philadelphia’s most acclaimed restaurants. In 2008, he became owner of Kennett Square’s The Orchard Restaurant, which was distinguished as one of the 50 Best American Cuisine Restaurants in the country in 2010 and one of the 100 Best American Cuisine Restaurants in 2013. Chef Trevisani then made a commitment to furthering the culinary careers of others by joining the faculty of The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, the country’s first private college dedicated to careers in fine dining and luxury hospitality businesses.