One if by Land, Two if by Sea
17 Barrow Street
New York, New York
Tel: 212.255.8649
Website: One if by Land, Two if by Sea
(1972 - )
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Back of the House
Duration Name Position
2010 - 2011 Andrew Matthews Executive Chef
2009 - Present Dean Anderson Pastry Chef
2009 - 2010 Andrew Matthews Chef de Cuisine
2008 - 2010 Samuel Freund Executive Chef
2007 - 2008 Samuel Freund Sous Chef
2007 - 2008 Craig Hopson Executive Chef
2006 - 2007 David Suh Extern
2006 - 2007 Andrea Jarosh Pastry Chef
2005 - 2008 Chris Strelnick Line Cook
Pastry Cook
2002 - 2007 Gary Volkov Executive Chef
  -- Jemal Edwards Executive Pastry Chef
[2000] Brian Goode Executive Chef
1999 - 2002 Gary Volkov Executive Sous Chef
1999 - 2001 Nicholas Di Paolo Tournant
[1996] James Henderson Executive Chef
  -- Karen DeMasco --
Front of the House
Duration Name Position
2000 - Present Oscar Proust Owner
[2000] Michel Floranc Sommelier
Last updated: 2012-11-20

  • "One if by Land, Two if by Sea" were the words used by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his poem "Paul Revere's Ride" to describe the signal used to guide the midnight ride of Paul Revere at the start of the Revolutionary War. Revere had ordered two lanterns to be placed in a Boston church tower to warn his confederates that the British were on the move.

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