Jason Bosso

Culinary Arts

Proprietor, Chef, Bartender and Busboy for Brain Storm Shelter, LLC
The Art Institute of Dallas, a campus of South University

The Art Institute of Dallas taught me that restaurants aren't all about cooking. Jason Bosso , Proprietor, Chef, Bartender and Busboy for Brain Storm Shelter, LLC
Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts , 2004 , The Art Institute of Dallas, a campus of South University

Proprietor, Chef, Bartender and Busboy for Brain Storm Shelter, LLC

Jason Bosso is the proprietor, chef, bartender and busboy for Brain Storm Shelter, LLC: which includes Twisted Root, Truck Yard, and Tacos & Avocados in Texas. He says that the primary responsibility of his job is to “make sure people leave happy.” Jason works alongside fellow graduate Quincy Hart, who earned an Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts from The Art Institute of Dallas in 2004.

A typical workday includes team meetings in the morning, restaurant visits at lunch, and lawyer/real estate meetings in the afternoon. He says he’s proud to watch culinary artists develop—especially when their education helps them to grow within in a restaurant. He lists French Laundry Chef Thomas Keller as one of his culinary inspirations.

Jason, who in 2004 earned an Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts from The Art Institute of Dallas, says that his education taught him that restaurants aren’t all about cooking. He recommends that current students start small and work their way up. “You won’t be an executive chef in two years. It’s ok to chop onions. Be humble and listen and learn.”

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