Mr. Robert Price, Owner & Executive Chef of the Buckeye Roadhouse, Bungalow 44 & Bar Bocce in San Francisco (California) is a legend in his industry and an exceptionally stylish individual. Mr. Price has been buying George Cleverley for many years and wears our bespoke shoes even while working in the kitchen.
These photos feature Mr. Price wearing our patent red leather clogs, which were made especially for use in the kitchen. Everything from the color, soles, material & design was bespoke for Mr. Price. In the second photo, we see the latest pair of bespoke “Ferrari Red” alligator oxford lace up. This pair was designed to show the full skins and the beautiful texture and quality used at George Cleverley.
No man’s wardrobe should be without a pair of Oxfords – they’re the smartest option for business meetings and more formal occasions. Expertly constructed by artisans, made from only the finest materials that’s been treated by hand to give it a slight shine and unique patina.
Executive Chef Robert Price graduated from the City of Bath Culinary Institute in Bath, England in 1983. Upon graduation, he secured a position at The Capital Hotel in London, a Michelin Star restaurant where he worked under Executive Chef Brian Turner for four years.
In 1990 Robert met Bruce Marder (a pioneer in Californian Cuisine) and fell in love with the West Coast’s food bounty. His new passion quickly earned him Executive Chef at West Beach Cafe where he stayed for four years. In 1994 Robert opened “Rumpus” in Union Square, San Francisco. A year later he was named “A Rising Star Chef” by Michael Bauer for the San Francisco Chronicle.