Bruce Lefebvre was born in 1969 in Edison, New Jersey and was raised in Sea Girt, New Jersey. At age 15, he worked as dishwasher at The Yankee Clipper. He graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in English and then applied to The Culinary Institute of America.
He worked with The Buckhead Life Group in Atlanta for his externship, a family-owned fine dining organization whose portfolio of restaurants include: The Buckhead Diner, Pano's and Paul's, and the Atlanta Fish Market.
After graduating from The Culinary Institute of America in 1995, he took a position at The Frog and the Peach. In 1997, he left to work at Aureole with and worked as a stagiere at Daniel and at Lespinasse. He became the sous chef for Dan’s on Main Street in Metuchen, New Jersey and then he returned to the Frog and the Peach as sous chef in 2000. He was promoted to the executive chef position in the summer of 2001.
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