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*THEY* don't want you to know.
These people are doing more to "homogenize" dining in Capitol Hill that any of the chefs listed here.
The Stranger knew about this once. I wonder what happened.
kitschnsync was correct about the glaring absence of Queen Linda.
I WAS hoping to hear how these chefs manage to spread themselves so thin across so many restaurants...what does "Ethan Stowell," for instance, even mean anymore when he's rarely behind a stove? Or maybe he is. This article doesn't say.
Aside from Douglas, I think the chef/owners profiled here all produce excellent and innovative food. Douglas seems to be aiming at a more middlebrow experience -- or at least that's where he's landing. If this is what "empire" looks like, then I'm OK with it.