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Chefs From Gone-But-Not-Forgotten 17 Restaurant Plan a Reunion Dinner for Harvey Relief

Pastry chef Otto Sanchez is getting the gang back together The team that worked together at award-winning restaurant 17 in downtown Houston from 2004 to 2009 was close-knit. So close-knit that when executive pastry chef of La Table Otto Sanchez got the idea to stage a 17 reunion with his fellow alumni to fundraise for Hurricane Harvey relief, his old team members more than answered the call.
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