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Friday Bites: Chef Sean Currid

Posted on: October 15th, 2015 by Taryn Jeffries 3 Comments

Have you ever wondered where your favorite Chefs go when they have a craving after a long day of cooking in their professional kitchens? So have we! So we have asked some of our favorites what some of their favorites are in the form of our Friday Bites feature.

Friday Bites: Chef Sean CurridFirst up in the rotation is Executive Chef Sean Currid of Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails. Chef Currid has made his presence known in the Valley after graduating from the Scottsdale Culinary Institute in 1997. He has left his mark at the JW Marriott’s Camelback Inn, Michael’s at the Citadel, Mary Elaine’s at the Phoenician, The Hotel Valley Ho, Sanctuary Resort and Spa and now at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails at the Hotel Palomar in Downtown Phoenix.

Chef Currid presents his dishes as works of art that serve to elevate the ingredients with creative and eclectic rubs, marinades and infusions. If you are looking for fresh and seasonal dishes, Chef Currid’s menu at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails will never disappoint.

So where does Chef Currid go when a craving strikes?

Five Friday Bites with Sean Currid

Best Patio| El Chorro
“I have many fond memories sitting at the fireplace on a chilly Arizona evening while enjoying a cocktail with friends.”

Late Night Eats| Pig & Pickle
“They get the job done for your late night cravings, with a great cocktail and beer selection to boot! Bonus…it is close to my house.”

Impressing Out-of-Towners| Elements at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort
“Elements is one of the best places to watch and show off an Arizona sunset. Elements always impresses with top notch food and service.”

Best Burger| The Stand
“Always consistent with friendly and fast service. Worth the drive to get my burger fix.”

First Date Spot| The House
“Great food, flawless service and ambiance. I am always blown away by their hospitality. The House is truly special.”

Make sure to check out Chef Currid at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktail in Downtown Phoenix. The restaurant is located at 2 E. Jefferson St. You can call 602.258.0231 for more information or reservations.

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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  1. Sean Currid has been creating delicious and creative dishes at each and every kitchen he has worked. We’ve invited him to participate in our 10th annual “Farmer in the House” dining series this coming spring.

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