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10 July 2023

Cargo Crew joins Curtis Stone at Netflix Bites, Los Angeles

Netflix Bites is the latest celebrity chef restaurant to bring tv to real life, and Cargo Crew uniforms are front and centre

Eight world-renowned, Michelin and James Beard award-winning chefs are taking TV screen creations to table, delivering the ultimate Netflix dining experience: NETFLIX BITES. The stars of “Iron Chef”, “Bizarre Foods”, “Chef's Table” and “Drink Masters” have developed dishes and cocktails exclusively for the pop-up restaurant so you can devour their food in real life.

The world-first pop-up restaurant located within the chic Short Storties hotel wasn’t complete without the perfect uniform. Cargo Crew were approached by Curtis Stone Events and Netflix to outfit the celebrity chefs, bar staff, hosts and front of house servers. The dining experience is elevated with chefs decked in modern black Chef Aprons & Shirts. The look boasts chef-preferred design features including extra-long apron straps, instrument pockets and action back chef shirts for greater movement.

"I couldn't be more excited. Cargo Crew have dressed the entire Crew and I think everybody looks really smart. They're incredible aprons!" - Curtis Stone

Netflix Bites patrons will be able to taste food from “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend” chefs Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Ming Tsai and Andrew Zimmern, as well as Rodney Scott and Ann Kim from “Chef’s Table,” and pastry chef Jacques Torres, the head judge from “Nailed It!”. The celebrity Netflix Chefs are showcasing their unique specialities all outfitted in Cargo Crew.

“Food needs to be an experience and this is definitely an experience.” - “Bizarre Foods” chef Andrew Zimmern

Cocktail creators include mixologists from Netflix’s “Drink Masters” — Frankie Solarik, Julie Reiner, LP O’Brien and Kate Gerwin. Kate Gerwin wore our famous Tom Apron in Black and designed-for-movement Banjo Workshirt in Charcoal while mixing up mind blowing cocktails.

Netflix hosts greeted guests in stylish Boilersuit rompers and Smith Oxford Shirts, uniting the whole venue experience from warm welcome to Curtis Stone cruising past your table, in this Screen to Table experience.

Curtis Stone, also dresses his chefs and venues in Cargo Crew for his LA restaurants Gwen and Maud, bringing the best of Australian quality and design to America.