Chefs Ouita Michel, left, and Lucie Slone Meyers at the launch party for Lexington Restaurant Week in 2014 at Palmer’s. “I feel like she paved the way for me,” Michel said of the pioneering female chef and restaurant owner, who died Wednesday.
Chefs Ouita Michel, left, and Lucie Slone Meyers at the launch party for Lexington Restaurant Week in 2014 at Palmer’s. “I feel like she paved the way for me,” Michel said of the pioneering female chef and restaurant owner, who died Wednesday. Group CJ
Chefs Ouita Michel, left, and Lucie Slone Meyers at the launch party for Lexington Restaurant Week in 2014 at Palmer’s. “I feel like she paved the way for me,” Michel said of the pioneering female chef and restaurant owner, who died Wednesday. Group CJ

Lexington chefs, restaurant owners mourn death of Lucie Slone Meyers

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