Camilla Marcus

Camilla Marcus is a chef, entrepreneur and advocate dedicated to rethinking what it means to be a good neighbor through the lens of hospitality. Recently named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business”, she is the Chef/Founder of west~bourne, a pioneering hospitality business that began as a zero-waste restaurant in SoHo, Manhattan. Since closing the restaurant’s doors in September 2020 due to the widespread impact of COVID-19, Camilla has grown the brand to include online retail, packaged provisions and curated culinary experiences. Through both her business and her advocacy, Camilla is on a mission to forge a better future, dedicating herself to social innovation across fields, from environmental activism to structural reform within the hospitality industry. She is a co-founder of Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants (ROAR), a group whose mission is to advocate for small restaurant businesses devastated by the effects of COVID-19 in order to help create a path to a sustainable future for the hospitality industry in New York. She is also a founding member of The Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC), an organization dedicated to advocating for the rights of independent restaurants through national legislative action.
The Crispy, Creamy Sweet Potato Recipe Our Entire Staff Is Obsessed With
Twice baked and tossed in miso brown butter, it's the comfort food we always crave.
Nov 19, 2020