Kyle Symon Biography and Wiki
Kyle Symon is well known as the stepson of Michael Symon a chef who is an American restaurant owner. He was only two years when her mother Liz met Michael and started dating back in 1990.
Kyle Symon Age and Birthday
Kyle estimated age is 33 years old. His mother met Michael when he was 2 years old meaning he must have been born between 1988-1989.
Kyle Symon Family
He was born to his mother Liz and his biological father whose information is not known. He was raised by his stepfather Michael Symon
Kyle Symon Wife \ Child
Kyle is married to his wife and is blessed with a daughter named Emmy who was born in 2018. He has kept his personal life private away from the public despite his family being famous.
Kyle Symon Height and Weight
His estimated measurements are not known, though he has dark hair and dark brown eyes.
Kyle Symon Career
Kyle being raised by two master chefs, he wanted to start his own restaurant after helping to open a café in Lakewood, Ohio. He took his plans with him after relocating to Cleveland to East Hampton, New York.
He started searching for storefronts, but the ones he found were too expensive. To be able to pay his day-to-day expenses he worked at a historical-society thrift store. After searching for three years, he found an affordable storefront in Sag Harbor where Kyle planned to open a coffee shop, but there were several established coffee shops in the area.
Being the son of a chef, he turned to his father for advice, and Symon suggested that he broaden the menu of his shop with sandwiches and doughnuts. after the idea he was pleased with it.
In August 2016, Kyle opened Grindstone Coffee and Donuts. His investment and his dad’s advice paid off. Also, his skills which originated from his parents helped. Michael has been known to put in a shift at Kyle’s restaurant whenever he is in town as a way to show support to his son.
Kyle Symon Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of 1 milllion$. This comes in handy being a restaurant owner.
Michael Symon is a famous American chef famous for hosting a variety of shows on Food Network, including Iron Chef America He has also made contributions to magazines such as The Oprah Magazine and Gourmet, and authored several culinary books.
Symon is known for being more than just a chef to the people of Cleveland, Ohio. He is credited as one of the people who helped save the restaurant scene in his native Cleveland. He owns several restaurants in the area such as Lola and Mabel’s BBQ.
He was also credited with honors for being the Best New Chef by Food & Wine magazine in 1998. In 2010, he was the first chef ever to host the annual Farm Aid benefit concert; Bon Appetit magazine included B Spot on their list of “Top 10 Best New Burger Joints”; and B Spot’s Fat Doug burger won the People’s Choice Award at the SoBe Wine & Food Festival
Michael earned The James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Great Lakes and the Detroit Free Press named Roast “Restaurant of the Year.” in 2009. In 2000, Gourmet magazine chose Lola as one of “America’s Best Restaurants.” and many more.
Michael has been battling with auto-immune diseases.