Restaurateur Will Richey’s Ten Course Hospitality has taken on a life of its own

C-Ville Weekly featured Ten Course Hospitality. Below is an excerpt of the story.

Will Richey of Ten Course Hospitality.

Will Richey of Ten Course Hospitality.

Will Richey didn’t set out to launch Charlottesville’s most influential restaurant group. But when he created Ten Course Hospitality, he did it anyway.

“Is it planned, or is it sort of organic?” Richey says. “I guess it is sort of an organic process. As we are going, we’re always tightening up ideas, trying to find the right opportunities.”

Richey, who today presides over a fluid empire of about a dozen restaurants and service organizations, got his start as a sommelier and front-of-the-house guy, managing servers and caring for guests. His local break came at L’étoile, the French stalwart that closed after 20 years in 2014. Richey ascended the ranks at L’étoile and along the way met Josh Zanoff, his fellow Ten Course founding partner.

Read the whole story at C-Ville Weekly.

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