Chef Grant MacPherson

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A native of Scotland, Chef Grant MacPherson’s career has spanned 35 years and five continents, cooking for a multitude of A-list celebrities in the world of business, entertainment, and politics; including U.S. Presidents, British Prime Ministers and rock royalty.

Chef Grant has opened restaurants all over the world, from Singapore to Sydney to St. Petersburg. He’s worked with prestigious hotels such as The Four Seasons, Regent Hotels, The Ritz-Carlton, Malaysia’s Datai Hotel and the world-renown, Raffles Hotel Singapore.

In 1998 he was recruited by Las Vegas casino visionary, Steve Wynn, to head the culinary operations at the new 3,000-room Bellagio Resort & Casino and in 2003 was appointed Corporate Chef to create and design kitchens for Wynn Macau, Wynn Las Vegas, and Wynn Encore. MacPherson has played a major role in transforming the dining scene in his adopted hometown of Las Vegas.

Chef Grant has collaborated with Apple in Cupertino, California to bring Steve Job’s vision and design of Apple’s new campus dining facility to life. In 2017 MacPherson opened The Ned in London - his favorite city in the world. The Ned is a Soho House, Sydell Group joint venture and was the most anticipated opening in the city of London in over 30 years (252 rooms and 8 Restaurants).

Recently, Chef Grant joined his friend, Jean-Georges of the Jean-Georges Vongerichten Group in NYC, to open The Tin Building, with its 12 restaurant concepts. He is presently working on the Food and Beverage programing for The Wynn Ras Al Khaimah UAE (1500 rooms), the first integrated resort with gaming in the entire United Arab Emirates. Chef Grant currently runs his company, Scotch Myst, in Las Vegas, where he lives. Grant has two sons, Graeme [21] and Connor [18].

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