If you're on your latest binge through Netflix, a few familiar names may catch your eye when watching the new season of "Chef's Table."
Savannah's own Mashama Bailey, the chef behind The Grey, is one of the featured cooks on the new season of the acclaimed series. Created by "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" director David Gelb in 2015, the series follows culinary stars around the world who are redefining gourmet food with innovative dishes and tantalizing desserts.
“I was soaking in all that heritage and all that knowledge, and there’s a sadness that comes with that, but it’s also a great sense of pride. You look at the beauty of survival; you realize how resilient your culture is," Bailey says in the trailer while talking about The Grey. The restaurant has regularly earned national acclaim, including from TIME Magazine, Eater and Southern Living. A subsidiary of the restaurant, called The Grey Market, recently opened to acclaim from City Talk columnist Bill Dawers.
Sean Brock, celebrity chef and creator of Husk in Charleston, is also featured on this season. Husk Savannah opened early last year with the aid of Brock, but the creator left his role in the company in August. The Savannah branch of the Husk restaurant has become a staple in the city's culinary scene already.
The new season of "Chef's Table" premieres Feb. 22 on Netflix.