Chef Pete Hollingsworth hails from Atchison Kansas where he first started cooking professionally at a fine dining scratch kitchen called the River House. Even though he was only 17 years old he knew he had found a passion that would stay with him forever. Pete spent the next 10 years developing his skills at numerous restaurants in the Kansas area. Pete had the honor of studying under Mike Petrocovich who was a personal chef for a Canadian Governor for years. Mike taught Chef Pete secrets about soups and sauces that most couldn’t even learn at a culinary school. He also spent time learning kosher cuisine with DEKA Restaurants which developed his culinary skills tremendously.
Chef Pete then took his knowledge to California where he became lead line cook/butcher at the Gastrognome in Idylwyld. The owners there saw Pete’s talent and asked him to run their other restaurant The Creek House. Chef Pete had the opportunity to cook for many famous actors at The Creek House quickly became known as one of the best chefs in the area.
Pete then let his endeavors of the heart lead him to Fort Worth Texas where he worked under Chef Stefon Rishel at Max’s Wine Dive before becoming Executive Chef at Brewsters off  West  7th Street in the Cultural District where he swept the competition at Fort Worth Magazines “Battle of the Burger.”
Pete spends his time away from the restaurant enjoying sports, barbecuing, camping with his girlfriend and sucking at golf.  I have also seen him get pretty excited over some live music!

We are self funding so I am building this website myself in whatever spare time I can find!

We have made huge steps in the last few months and will be doing a Grand Opening this month!

Chef Pete hollingsworth

accepting first place award at battle of the burger

Here is our Chef accepting his award for his first place finish.

Out of the 4500 people who attended this event, 3000 tasted his winning burger!