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Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is a high-end American consumer retail company that sells kitchenwares, furniture and linens, as well as other housewares and home furnishings, along with a variety of specialty foods and gift items. Its international corporate headquarters and primary offices are located in San Francisco, California. The company generates revenue primarily through its retail-store and direct-to-customer channels (mail-order catalog and internet). - Source: Wikipedia
Bryan Voltaggio stands in his restaurant, Volt, arms folded. He doesn't break a smile, a frown or a sweat. It's the same modest persona that became his trademark on Season 6 of Bravo's "Top Chef," which portrayed him in stark contrast to the mouthy arrogance of another contestant — his younger brother, Michael.
Bryan Voltaggio stands in his restaurant, Volt, arms folded. He doesn't break a smile, a frown or a sweat.