Chef Landon Schoenefeld's name has proved famously difficult to spell—even the newspapers get it wrong—which may be part of the reason why he's often referred to by his other moniker, Colonel Mustard. This is the nickname Schoenefeld earned at the Bulldog NE after he refused to honor a customer's request for salad dressing on the side and doused the messenger with mustard. (He was immediately fired.) Schoenefeld has worked everywhere from the Wienery to Sea Change; at 29 years old, he has held more restaurant jobs than many cooks who are retired. Local foodies watch Schoenefeld's career like it's a game of Whac-A-Mole, waiting for the chef to pop up somewhere new and hoping to be the first to... More >>>