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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)

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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