Miami, FL


Adrienne Grenier began her culinary career under the tutelage of acclaimed chefs Dean Max and Paula DaSilva at 3030 Ocean restaurant in Fort Lauderdale’s Harbor Beach Marriott resort. Grenier spent two years honing her skills at the top-rated oceanfront eatery before her desire for new culinary experiences lead the budding chef to California. In California, Grenier worked her way up the ranks at the Michelin starred restaurant, Gordon Ramsay at the London West Hollywood; as well as Blanca Restaurant in Solana Beach, working for renowned Chef Jason Neroni. She was also a competitor on Food Network’s Chopped, and in January of 2011 she triumphed on the fast-paced culinary show. Grenier received the grand prize of $10,000 during an episode where she beat competitors in creating the best-tasting, most inventive dish from a hodgepodge of ingredients.
In 2013, Grenier returned to where her culinary career began, as DaSilva’s sous chef at 3030 Ocean in Fort Lauderdale, where she helped to conceptualize and execute an ever-changing menu of organic produce and locally-sourced dishes from both land and sea. Following an extensive renovation of the Oceanside dining destination in October 2015, the now seasoned chef and Chopped champion was named DaSilva’s successor as executive chef of 3030 Ocean.