Brennan's Restaurant Chef Lazone Randolph
Lazone Randolph began his career at Brennan's in 1965. Today he presides over the kitchen of one of New Orleans' most famous restaurants.
Fresh out of high school, Lazone Randolph worked with Brennan’s Restaurant great European Chef Paul Blange, who is credited with inventing Bananas Foster and Eggs Hussarde, as well as other famous Brennan’s dishes. He later worked with Brennan’s Chef Michael Roussel, who died in 2005.
At Brennan’s, a venerable 550-seat restaurant on Royal Street in New Orleans’ French Quarter, Executive Chef Randolph now presides over one of the most talented kitchen staffs in the country. Brennan’s beautiful restaurant and courtyard is a fine-dining icon in New Orleans, and also home to one of the country’s most famous desserts, Bananas Foster.
Chef Randolph has traveled to London to cook for a large group at the U.S. Embassy and spent two weeks as guest chef at London’s Hotel Meridian. He traveled to Ireland where he cooked for a Delta Airlines promotion and Hawaii where he prepared the food for a large meeting planners convention.
The chef has appeared on numerous cooking shows on the Food Network and Travel Channel, and on local television shows. He recently appeared on the Food Network television shows “Rachael Ray” and “Unwrapped.”