Mauro Colagreco reveals plans for three-year Mirazur renovation and restaurants in Bangkok and US
As he begins a month-long pop-up in Madrid, chef Mauro Colagreco is making plans back home in Menton for an extensive project that will transform his flagship, Mirazur.
There’s nothing like reaching the top three in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants to spark a desire for change. For many restaurant owners, climbing the list serves not just as positive recognition and reward, but as impetus to keep evolving and avoid stagnation. After topping the list in 2017, Eleven Madison Park closed for a major renovation, while four-time No.1 Noma shut its doors and revamped itself in a completely new location. For Mauro Colagreco, success means reassessing the long-term life of Mirazur and building a sustainable future for its staff.
Read the full interview on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants website.
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