Considered one of Boston’s most talented chefs, Chef Evan Deluty possesses depth of culinary experience and mature cooking style. Upon graduation from the Culinary Institute of America, Deluty continued his education by working in Paris at the world famous Le Grenadin. He returned to the United States to work in New York City at the renowned Lutece and at the three-star Peacock Alley at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Chef Deluty, a Newton, Massachusetts native, came home to Boston in 1997 to become executive chef at Up Stairs at the Pudding. Evan and his wife Candice were married at the Pudding in June 1998. A year later, the couple opened the critically acclaimed Bistro 5 in West Medford. Evan and his restaurants have received both local and national attention. In the spring of 1999, Evan and Candice opened Restaurant Torch at 26 Charles Street on Boston's Historic Beacon Hill. In May of 2005, Evan Deluty celebrated the opening of his third restaurant Stella, also, named after his first born daughter this past year. Stella is located Boston's hip South End “SoWa” neighborhood.