Chef Jason Santos Part of Boston Globe Celebrity Chef Round Up

November 9, 2016 | C3 Entertainment, Chef Jason Santos

The Boston Globe by Lisa Zwirn – “…Santos, 40, followed his “Hell’s Kitchen” success with numerous public and TV appearances. “If you’re going to pay me $10,000 to show up, I’m going to show up,” he says. “I was capitalizing on the celebrity I had,” which has included more than a dozen appearances on CBS’s “The Talk.” Through licensing agreements — “$60,000 upfront plus royalties,” he says — he’ll soon be marketing a line of sodas, sauces, and herb kits at mass merchandisers including Walmart, Target, and Home Depot.”

Chef Jason Santos, who was on “Hell’s Kitchen,” co-owns Abby Lane, Back Bay Harry’s, and the soon-to-open Buttermilk & Bourbon.

Chef Jason Santos, who was on “Hell’s Kitchen,” co-owns Abby Lane, Back Bay Harry’s, and the soon-to-open Buttermilk & Bourbon.

Read full article – The Boston Globe – These chefs became famous on TV. What has it done for them lately? Jason Santos