Daniel Corey at Luce

Bio

Daniel Corey is the chef for Luce. He began perfecting his culinary talents at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco and by working at numerous restaurants around the Bay Area. He first joined the InterContinental San Francisco’s modern American restaurant, Luce, under award-winning Chef Dominique Crenn before moving back to Southern California where he worked as sous chef at the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach. He returned to Luce in 2009 and has been Chef de Cuisine since 2011, when he earned his first Michelin-star, which he has maintained every year since.

Accolades

  • One Star
    Michelin Guide

My Restaurants

  • Luce
    888 Howard St
    San Francisco, CA

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

Chef Daniel Corey reviews  at post.venue.name
"Something sweet, something savory, something crunchy, something soft—layering various flavors and textures helps create a multi-dimensional meal for our guests. We hope you enjoy today's #BehindTheScenes peek. #LuceSF"
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"A behind-the-scenes look at our path to perfection. #LuceSF"
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Chef Daniel Corey reviews  at post.venue.name
"Thanks to everyone who joined us for lunch and wine tasting with Folio Fine Wine Partners. Swipe right for a behind-the-scenes look at the event. 🍷"
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Chef Daniel Corey reviews  at post.venue.name
"Thanks to everyone who joined us for lunch and wine tasting with Folio Fine Wine Partners. Swipe right for a behind-the-scenes look at the event. 🍷"
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Chef Daniel Corey reviews  at post.venue.name
"Thanks to everyone who joined us for lunch and wine tasting with Folio Fine Wine Partners. Swipe right for a behind-the-scenes look at the event. 🍷"
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From My Menu

Chef Melissa King reviews Olive oil polenta cake at Luce
$$$ | Modern, | American, | Takes Reservations
SOMA
1 Review
"Perks of hanging out at Luce, the pastry chef force feeds me her new fall desserts. Olive oil polenta cake, lemon curd, pine nuts, fennel."