Posted at 05:37 PM ET, 11/04/2011

GM and sommelier Matthew Carroll leaves Rogue 24


The open kitchen at Rogue 24 has lost some high profile staffers over the last month. (Tim Carman/The Washington Post)
Looks like the departures are continuing at Rogue 24. Tim Carman reports that Matthew Carrol is the recent high profile employee to jump ship.

General manager and sommelier Matthew Carroll quit today from Rogue 24, chef R.J. Cooper’s pricey high-concept restaurant dedicated to modernist tasting menus. Carroll follows pastry chef Chris Ford, who went rogue himself and quit Cooper’s employ in September.
Carroll e-mailed this afternoon to say:
“I just wanted to reach out to let you know that I’ve just resigned from Rogue 24. I wish the restaurant well, but it was not a good fit.”

Carman has more, including reactions from Cooper, at All We Can Eat.

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