Johnathan Metellus
  • 50, Male
  • 458 Edgewood Ave, Atlanta Ga
  • United States
  • Samaritan House of Atlanta
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  • Angela
  • peter Kazalas
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  • larry esposito
  • roma-gourmet.com
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  • Scott Nehnevajsa
  • Connie
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  • Lauren McGowen
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Profile Information

Title
Executive Chef/Director
Company
Samaritan House of Atlanta
Website
http://www.cafe458atl.com
What best describes my company
Fine Dining, Upscale Casual
Interests
Dating, Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Consulting, Making Friends, Networking, Gaining Knowledge
Personal Quote
Lack of knowledge is darker than the night...A man's deeds are of greater imporance than the facts of his birth
Biography
CEC, FMP, CIA alumnus, military retired. www.chef-de-jour.com for further details.
Years in the Industry
22

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At 7:21pm on April 16, 2009,
Non-Operator
Gary Plummer
said…
Hi, we can provide all your green service/ grease trap cleaning.
please feel free to www.enviroonesolutions.com
At 6:45am on July 2, 2008, Micheline said…
Hi Jonathan,
I just came across your webpage and I was struck by your last name. I'm Haitian and my mother's maiden name is Metellus I'm curious if your from Haiti and if you are what part. I don't run into this name often so you've peaked my interest....:) Hope to hear from you soon.

Micheline
At 1:28pm on June 13, 2008, Malachy said…
Hi Chef...

We can provide you with some parts for your kitchen equipment at great prices!

Check out our website and see what you think:
www.malachymechanical.com

We've been around for almost 30 years.

Rich Malachy
At 10:35am on June 6, 2008, Johnathan Metellus said…
Hey Angela,

Sorry, thinking of something else....the correct place is rare....www.rareatl.com
At 8:22pm on June 5, 2008, Angela said…
Thank you Johnathan! I was able to find a website for each one of the restaurants except Raw. Do you happen to know that website?

Thanks & Blessings,
Angela
At 6:33pm on May 19, 2008, David Cooperman said…
Hi John,

I was referred by Mark Moeller. I am with Pixelpoint. Remember??
At 1:25pm on May 19, 2008, Connie said…
Chef Johnathan, please email me at conconb@yahoo.com, I am a culinary instructor at Atlanta Tech and I would like to invite you to a reception we are having.
At 8:14am on May 10, 2008, peter Kazalas said…
Hi Johnathan
Welcome, Hope your having a great day.
Peter Kazalas
At 8:17pm on May 6, 2008, Carolina Brook said…
Hi Mark,
I'm a beverage distributor looking for contacts in the Atlanta area, as i am new here, just relocated from VA. Our product is MonaVie, one of the fastes growing Networking companies in the USA, and it is our big moment in Brasil right now, so I just got back from Brasil on sat./may/03, We've done Rio de Janeiro e Sao Paulo
Please check out our website. http://www.monavie.com. We could meet some time, as I am in Atlanta area also, that way you could semple our product. Would love any advice you could offer. Thanks! Carol
P.s.: I've also made a Monavie community on FohBoh..... Check it out.....
At 11:17pm on May 4, 2008, Adam R. Cox said…
Hi there and welcome to a great food network!
I joined back in Jan 11th and have enjoyed meeting a lot of great people. Please take a look around and start posting replies and comments to all the discussions and blogs. I would even start some based on your areas of interest and expertise! I know that I have learned a lot so far.
You can also join different groups. I started one call Pacific Northwest Food Network.
I have also sent you a friend request, please accept it! I will add you too! Again, thanks for joining. I know you will have a great time!
Sincerely
Adam R. Cox
 
 
 

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