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The handsome lads behind New York's The Fat Radish are now the new faces of a fashion campaign

Banana Republic may have hopped on the food-fashion trend first, teaming up with Bon Appètit a while back to create a Desk to Dinner line. But it's not like they got Nigella Lawson to model their line.

Clothing line GANT has taken on chefs and owners Phil Winser and Ben Towill of New York City's The Fat Radish to be the faces of their GANT Rugger Fall 2012 campaign, epitomizing the well-known trend of chefs that are babes.

"[Cooking and clothing design] both require intelligent sourcing, a good sense of the past, and a finished product that’s honest but not flashy," creative director Christopher Bastin said in a press release. "Phil and Ben are not only handsome devils, but also specialize in food that is simple, comforting, and expertly prepared. It was an ideal match.”

So what will the men of The Fat Radish be wearing? In GANT's PR terms, everything a food lover needs, from "sportswear-driven casual moments to dapper suits and sportcoats required for front-of-house evenings." Also included in the line: a denim apron and a hand-forged chef's knife. We'd like to see an Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert campaign next, please.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.


About Open For Good

Community-focused and independent restaurants are at the heart of every city, town, and village across America and the world. The James Beard Foundation celebrates restaurants that showcase culinary leadership and provides training and resources for chefs and restaurateurs to use their voices for positive food system change.

Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation&rsquos campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.

Open for Good programs provide critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equitable, more sustainable, and more resilient.

Resources

Critical support and resources to guide reopening and building back better.

The first Open for Good playbook, Safety First, produced in partnership with the Aspen Institute, World Central Kitchen, and Off Their Plate, is available for free here.

The James Beard Foundation is hosting webinars to help provide resources for the hospitality industry and to better stay connected throughout difficult times. Our Industry support webinars help the industry navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

Advocacy

Mobilizing the community toward systemic policy change that supports a thriving and sustainable food and beverage industry.

Through Open for Good, we educate, train, and mobilize the chef community to use their voice in support of public policies from combatting hunger in America to supporting farmers and protecting American fisheries to promoting fair wage models.

Since 2012, the James Beard Foundation has been training and empowering chefs to advocate for meaningful food system change through the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change.

The James Beard Foundation is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, which was formed to create a united voice for independent restaurants to affect legislative change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together these chef-advocates meet regularly with mayors, state legislators, governors and members of Congress and their staffs to create policies focused on a more diverse, equitable, and sustainable food system.

Financial Support

Grants to help independent restaurants survive, reopen, and rebuild.

The restaurant community is always among the first to donate their time and resources to charities, and in a time of crisis are among the first responders that keep communities nourished. They are also among those in need. The Foundation has created a unique grant program to directly support small, independent restaurants.

Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans (September 2020-Present)

To help create a more equitable industry for communities that are disproportionately impacted by systemic racism and in acknowledgment of the immeasurable contribution that these two communities have made to the modern American foodscape, the Foundation launched The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Investment Fund for Black and Indigenous Americans to provide financial resources for food or beverage businesses that are majority-owned by Black or Indigenous individuals.

For information about the fund and how to make a contribution, click here

Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (March-April 2020)
Created to provide immediate financial assistance to small, independent restaurants forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic. JBF disbursed over $4.7 million to recipients around the country. Read more.

Consumer PSA Campaign

Engaging food lovers in support of a sustainable independent restaurant industry.

Restaurants and bars offer more than just food. They offer places to share a delicious meal, the opportunity to gather with loved ones, to celebrate achievements. They are the centerpiece of our local main streets and our communities. Restaurants need customers, just as much as diners need a place to go.

Open for Good also offers diners a way to help support the independent restaurant community by engaging in:

  • Social media campaigns on Instagram and TikTok to promote independent restaurants
  • Informative and entertaining virtual experiences that provide food system education
  • Public service announcements about staying safe and keeping restaurant employees safe when returning to restaurants
  • An Instagram campaign to support Chinese restaurants all across the country with James Beard Award winner Grace Young
  • Consumer-facing events promoting local restaurants

Please consider supporting Open for Good initiatives.

For general donation inquiries, please contact Aaron Hock, development coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-675-4984 x221.

The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.