Jonathan Ory; the Juan Luis food stall at Workshop; photographs by (Ory) Andrew Cebulka & (Workshop) Margret Wood
May 19, 2017
15 Minutes with Jonathan Ory
From working kitchen gigs at haute restaurants to opening Bad Wolf Coffee in Chicago, this Charleston native has returned home to lead the chefs at the Holy City’s new food hall, Workshop
Written by Lauren Johnson & Hailey Middlebrook
CM: Where did you grow up?
CM: What took you to Chicago?
CM: Is that when you started cooking?
CM: Tell us more about your résumé.
CM: Around the same time, you and Sarah founded the Heirloom Foundation. What’s that about?
CM: How did you land at Workshop?
CM: What’s the scoop on Bad Wolf?
CM: How does Workshop follow a “pop-up” business style?
CM: What tenants are currently at Workshop in addition to Bad Wolf ?
CM: And you’re heading a Korean cuisine stall, too?
CM: Finally, we have to ask: what’s the story behind your “803” tattoo?
To learn more about Workshop and its rotating food stalls, click here.
To read more from our May issue, click here.