2007 Achievement Award Recipients
Class of 1963
Class of 1979
Class of 198?
Patrick is one of the nation's premiere chefs, restauranteurs and
inn keepers. His The Inn at Little Washington, in Washington,
VA, is one of the most renowned restaurants and inns in the U.S.
and, in fact, the world.
(As chronicled in a recent story in the Washington Post -- at
-- he served the Queen of England during her recent visit to
Patrick has won virtually every restaurant and inn award of
distinction. For example, The Inn at Little Washington was one
of the first establishments ever to win Mobil Five Star awards for
both its restaurant and its accommodations. The Inn's web site
at www.theinnatlittlewashington.com provides an excellent overview
of Patrick's establishment.
In addition to his work at the Inn, Patrick is on the Board of the
James Beard Foundation, and has won five Beard Awards himself.
He also is the author of two very highly regarded books, "The Inn at
Little Washington; A Consuming Passion" and "Patrick O'Donnell's
Refined American Cuisine" (as featured on the National Book Festival
Greggory is the proprietor and chef of David Greggory
Restau-Lounge, one of D.C.'s top restaurants, located at M
and 21st NW. David previously served as chef at the
French Embassy where he prepared meals for various world
leaders, and the renowned Gabriel restaurant where he was
heralded as "an early pioneer of Nuevo Latino cuisine in
The restaurant's web site at
an excellent overview of Greggory's establishment.
Greggory's work has received rave reviews in the
Washingtonian magazine, the Washington Post and numerous
other publications. A very favorable review of
Greggory's restaurant, with lots of interesting information
about Greggory and his formative years in Clinton, can be found
Tim is the proprietor and chef of Timothy Dean Bistro at
1717 Eastern Avenue in the Fells Point area of Baltimore.
An excellent overview of the Bistro -- with references to
Timothy's Clinton roots -- can be found at
Timothy's culinary career started out in the kitchen at Mama
Stella's, and he rapidly rose through the ranks of the
industry, becoming chef at several of D.C.'s most prominent
restaurants, including the Timothy Dean Restaurant and Bar
in the St. Regis Hotel, Pesce, the Jean Louis in the
Watergate, and the restaurant at the Hay Adams Hotel.
Timothy also spent 13 months in France at Le Louis XV, and
returned to the U.S. to open a restaurant in Laguna Beach,
CA with Norm Nixon and Denzel Washington and to open the
Palladin, in New York. Timothy has been described by
critics as "one of the preeminent chefs in the Northeastern
Timothy's work has received stellar reviews from the likes
of Gourmet Magazine, Food and Wine Magazine, and the
Washington Post. (A very favorable recent review can
be found at
Timothy also has a business administration degree from