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Chef Nilton Castillo Takes Over Kitchen at the Dome

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On a busy restaurant street, the Dome Restaurant & Caviar Bar hides between monsters Hillstone and Graziano's. The quaint eatery seats no more than 40, but that's enough for an executive chef who's been around the kitchen block.

Good news, then, that a new executive chef has been appointed and that he's worked under notables such as Daniel Boulud and José Andrés. Meet Nilton Castillo.

See Also:
- The Dome: Caviar and Eclectic Global Fare in an Eco-Chic Environment
- Best Chefs in America: A Peer Review For Chefs Names Miami's Finest Toques
- Miami's Top Ten Chefs

Castillo has more than ten years of experience and has been with the Dome since it opened in January 2012.

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