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Greg Lowry Exits Triniti

The rising star takes on a bigger role with a two-time James Beard Award-winning chef.

Triniti Restaurant

Triniti, the popular Montrose restaurant where First Lady Michelle Obama dined last year, has just lost its chef de cuisine, Greg Lowry. The rising star shared the news of his departure on Facebook yesterday, noting his last day of service would be March 10. Lowry had been with the restaurant since its debut in 2011.

As for his next step, Houston Chronicle reports Lowry has accepted a position with Bradley Ogden Hospitality where he'll serve as corporate chef. Lowry will overhaul the menus at the James Beard Award-winning chef's Houston restaurants including Funky Chicken and Bradley's Fine Diner. He'll also work on menu development for forthcoming gastropub concept, Pour Society at Gateway Memorial City, expected to open this spring.

Lowry has received recognition as Star Chef's Rising Star and CultureMap’s Rising Star Chef in 2014. Before joining owner/executive chef Ryan Hildebrand at Triniti, he worked with Chef Tim Keating at Four Seasons Hotel, Tony Vallone’s restaurant group as corporate pastry chef, sous chef for Max’s Wine Dive in Austin and executive chef at Hotel Icon's Voice (rebranded as Line & Lariat).

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