Barry Wine

Barry Wine is a food consultant in the restaurant and entertainment business. He studied architecture at Columbia University and majored in law at Chicago University. After graduating, he became a lawer for securities corporations in Wall Street. In 1975, he opened a restaurant called Quilted Giraffe in New York which was claimed as highly as the famous, five star Four Seasons restaurant. His cuisine was eccentric full with Japanese influences. In 1992, he produced a elegant dining club located on the top story of the Sony Entertainment Building and remained executive president until 1995. In 1996, he started Restaurant City which is a internet site containing to the restaurant entertainment business. You can even find a pizza pie named after him, Barry Wine Pizza, at Mercer's Kitchen in Soho, New York.