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Cooking Style: American Cuisine
Education: Graduate of The Culinary Institute of America
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Vidalia has garnered both local and national recognition with its provincial American cooking delivered with Southern hospitality. Vidalia was acknowledged by Bon Appetite as one of the "Best New Restaurants of 1993", and has consistently been recognized by the Washington Post’s Phyllis Richman as one of her fifty favorites in the national capital area. Since 1994, Vidalia has been yearly awarded "four stars" by Washingtonian Magazine’s food critic Robert Shoffner and has been a multiple recipient of the prestigious DiRona award by the Distinguished Restaurants of North America. The restaurant’s wine program has received the "Award of Excellence" from Wine Spectator Magazine and was mentioned by Robert M. Parker Jr. of The Wine Advocate as one of his "Best of 1997" memorable experiences.

Spring of 1998 heralded the arrival of the Buben’s second restaurant Bis. Located at the Hotel George on Capital Hill, Bis features creative contemporary French bistro cooking. The menu at Bis reflects Jeffrey’s interpretation of the classic French bistro fare he and Sallie enjoyed in Paris and Lyons.

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