Chef Scotty Anderson started his culinary career while in college, beginning as a cook and working his way to management. After a few years, he realized his passion was not in management but in creating cuisine he knew his customers would enjoy. He returned to the kitchen as a chef and continued building his expertise in the culinary arts. Scotty oversees the development of all the dishes served at Boone Docks.
Boone Docks is a member of Brunswick Catch, a local-seafood educational organization dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of the Brunswick County commercial fishing industry. The Brunswick Catch brand is your assurance you are getting seafood direct from local fishermen. You will find fresh, local seafood at retailers and restaurants that proudly display the Brunswick Catch logo in their windows and on their menus.
Chef Justin Lachine and Johanna Lachine.
Photo by: E-Ching Lee
Justin Lachine began his culinary career at 16. Since then, he has explored many different aspects of cooking, from baking to serving fine French cuisine. After graduating from Johnson and Wales University in 2002, he traveled to Maui where he worked at Roy Yamaguchi’s Kahana Bar and Grill. In 2005, he helped launch Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse in Virginia Beach, where he served as executive chef.
Justin takes great pride in every dish he serves. Inspired by Patrick O’Connell of the Inn at Little Washington, he knows the importance of both taste and presentation.
Justin and his wife, Johanna, met eight years ago while working at the same restaurant, and discovered they not only loved cooking together…they loved being together. They were married two years later in Virginia Beach. In 2009, they moved to the Outer Banks, where they settled in Manteo. For the last three years, they have enjoyed catering weddings and other events from Corolla to Roanoke Island. They are now excited to live their dream of operating their own restaurant.
Café Lachine is a member of Outer Banks Catch (http://www.outerbankscatch.com/), a local seafood educational organization dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of the Outer Banks commercial fishing industry. The Outer Banks Catch brand is your assurance you are getting seafood direct from local fishermen. You will find fresh, local seafood at retailers and restaurants that proudly display the Outer Banks Catch logo in their windows and on their menus.