Chris Williams was always destined to be a chef; he simply didn’t know it yet. Drawn to study food from a young age, he attended Le Cordon Blue in Austin, Texas and soon began traveling around the world working in eateries in Lithuania, England, the U.S. and all points in between. His insatiable hunger to learn everything about world cuisine unexpectedly led him back to his own family tree. Chef Williams’ named his restaurant after his great-grandmother, Lucille Bishop Smith, who was an educator, culinary innovator and successful entrepreneur. In August 2012, Lucille’s opened in a 1923 Mission-style home on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Museum District. While Chef Williams’ inventive and distinctively southern culinary style means diners will always be delighted by unexpected pairings, often inspired by his travels, Lucille’s legendary chili biscuits will always be on the menu.
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