Chef Michael Psilakis today announced he has left his position as executive chef at Eos, the Mediterranean small-plates restaurant on the 15th floor of Viceroy Miami.
"I have enjoyed working in Miami," Psilakis says. "Over time, however, our philosophies have grown apart and I feel it is best for me to move on. I appreciate the time I spent there and wish Eos a successful future."
We put in a call to Eos's New York offices late this afternoon and are awaiting word back. We'll share more details if and when we get 'em.
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