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Whenever Jesse Brown and Debi Mills started The Exchange in a building that is 150-year-old historic downtown Oroville 2 yrs ago, they envisioned it because mostly a club with tapas-style appetizers, real time music and art cocktails.
It didn’t just take very long, nonetheless, to see a distinct segment they might fill by expanding their menu, and additionally they quickly hired regional cook William Irwin, whom now has free rein for the kitchen area.
“Will’s daily specials are actually our most useful vendors, everyone loves them,” Brown told the CN&R within a present stop by at the Montgomery Street eatery. “He’s really innovative.”
Irwin stumbled on Butte County from new york to be nearer to his wife’s household. After stints at Red Tavern in Chico, and also the Patio ( that he helped start) and Feather Falls Casino Brewing Co. in Oroville, he discovered their option to The Exchange. He defines his very first food passion as Italian—before selecting life when you look at the kitchen area, he dabbled in deconstructing the Americanized meals he’d grown through to, trying to find their origins.