The former Deuxave cook now owns Culture and Greenleaf in Milford, N.H.
By Kara Baskin, Globe Correspondent
Operating two restaurants during a pandemic is tough. Doing it while starring on a TV show? Tougher. Chris Viaud, 30, appears on the current season of “Top Chef,” representing Milford, N.H., where he runs Culture bakery and Greenleaf, a fine-dining restaurant in a refurbished bank. He also stages family-style dinners that employ his family’s Haitian influences. He grew up in Londonderry, N.H., and headed back north after working at the Back Bay’s Deuxave, looking for a more relaxed pace.
Coming from the world of fine dining in Boston, what inspired you to open a restaurant in New Hampshire?
Sure. I own two restaurants in New Hampshire: Greenleaf, which is an upscale farm-to-table experience, and then Culture, which is a bakery and sandwich shop.
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