Michelin-star chef Dominique Crenn partners with Rethink to reimagine feeding Bay Area

ByJanel Andronico Localish logo
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Michelin-star chef is feeding the Bay Area
Dominique Crenn has partnered with Rethink and Glide Memorial to provide San Francisco's homeless population with healthy and delicious meals.Dominique Crenn's bistro, Petit Crenn, has rehired a team of staff to develop healthy meals for San Francisco's homeless population.

SAN FRANCISCO -- When the popular SF bistro Petit Crenn closed due to the novel coronavirus, owner and world-renowned chef Dominique Crenn decided to rethink and rework her restaurant model to feed those in need.

Crenn is the first-ever female chef to receive three Michelin stars in America.

Crenn partnered with Rethink, a New York-based company on a mission to create an equitable food system that benefits residents facing food insecurity.

While Petit Crenn remains closed to the public, Crenn has rehired a team of staff to create healthy and delicious meals, which are delivered to Glide to feed San Francisco's homeless population.