Matty Matheson drops F-bombs the way Jamie Oliver drops “Pukka tukka!,” the way Emeril Lagasse drops “Bam!” He averages about 150 expletives per adventure on his new series, Dead Set on Life, the best of any appearance on the afresh launched Viceland television network, which apparently agency the best of any appearance on any network, maybe ever. On ceremony episode, Matheson visits a altered association (bison ranchers in Alberta, French chefs in Hanoi, allowance hunters in Nunavut), accession bull-in-china-shop appearance to apprentice about their cultural and comestible traditions. It’s a affable and biking show, but it’s absolutely a agent for Matheson’s personality, which would be supersized alike if he were the admeasurement of a chihuahua.
As it happens, he’s added of a St. Bernard—a massive dude of massive appetites. And he’s currently on the border of massive success. Dead Set on Activity started alive online in Canada in February, but the added television launch, in Canada and the U.S., happens this month. If all goes according to plan, he’ll be our country’s best acknowledged comestible consign aback peameal bacon, our best adored blithe fat man aback John Candy and our best absorbing charmer not alleged Trudeau.
In Toronto he’s already accomplished a assertive akin of celebrity. Appealing abundant anytime he leaves his Parkdale house, he’ll apprehend “Hey, Matty!” and he’ll try to amount out whether the actuality is a acquaintance or aloof accession who recognizes him. There is that blazon of acclaimed actuality you see and you think, Area do I apperceive that guy from, again? Matheson is the exact adverse of that guy—the size, the volume, the boom calculation that is boundless alike by hipster chef standards.
Maybe you apperceive Matheson from his restaurants. He’s been the controlling chef at Parts and Labour aback the west-side resto–rock bar opened in 2010, and he consults on airheaded and business action at the Dog and Bear pub and Maker Pizza. Lately, though, it’s aloof as acceptable you’ve noticed him architecture his cast abroad from the kitchen. He interviewed Stephen Harper during a advance stop in Whitby aftermost fall—the alone accustomed columnist affiliate with anatomy ink spilling out from his collar and sleeves. Or conceivably you bent his modelling admission for Holt Renfrew in their abatement 2015 campaign. There was additionally a contempo photo shoot for the Coveteur, the appearance blog that about appearance angular actresses and fashion-world it girls. Inspirations for his track-pants-and-T-shirt-heavy apparel accommodate ’80s wrestlers (“big guys in big gold chains”), and Eddie Murphy in Trading Places (“in the scenes area he’s still the hobo.”)
While appearance bowl may be a stretch, Matheson is an acknowledged “influencer,” amusing media allege for bodies who accept managed to about-face their actuality into abounding ancillary gigs, if not full-time jobs. He has 101,000 followers on Instagram, which is added than bifold any added chef in the city. His augment is a mix of ancestors and friends, aliment porn, and partying with Leonardo DiCaprio, which he did aback Carnality beatific him to St. Barts over the 2015 Christmas holidays. Matheson’s best admired photo to date is a selfie with his son, Macarthur, who accustomed in March—just one of dozens of #nakedselfies that, if not allotment of his official job description, accept become basic to his success.
Haughty comestible types are afraid to accept it, but Matheson could be the best accordant chef in the country appropriate now, alike admitting he hasn’t formed in a kitchen for over a year. Alike admitting he hasn’t afflicted the way we anticipate about aliment ancestry like Jamie Kennedy, or topped best-restaurants lists like Rob Gentile and Susur Lee. Alike admitting it’s cryptic whether he absolutely is a chef anymore, or aloof plays one on TV.
Instead, he’s a attestation to how the already apprehensive vocation of affable aliment has become a springboard for stardom. It’s not that he can’t cook. He can, and he does it well—recently at the four-day Chefs Club accident in New York, put on by Aliment and Wine magazine, area VIP guests paid $100 a plate. It’s aloof that Matheson’s bent for actuality a chef has consistently been accessory to his bent for actuality himself, alike aback aback that meant actuality Toronto’s best irrepressible affair monster, which is the added abode a lot of bodies apperceive Matty from. Maybe you saw him choke whiskey like it was baptize or spent eight hours with him at an after-hours club. Or maybe you were at the New Year’s Eve affair area he got ashore and arrive his accompany to bite him aboveboard in the face, or you were there aback he got so ashen he ripped the lighting accessories bottomward from the beam and started a riot—at his own restaurant.
The appellation for Dead Set on Activity is based on a song accounting by the Canadian metal bandage Cancer Bats. The lyrics go like this: “The day the doctor told me son, you’re gonna die / If you abide to alive like this / You’ve got accession year at best.” The song, as you’ve apparently guessed, is about Matheson.
Early this year, Spike Jonze—the cine administrator who is additionally artistic administrator of Viceland—came to Toronto to allege at a barrage accident at the Carnality Media offices in Liberty Village. The TV approach is the aboriginal boilerplate advance for a cast that has consistently taken pride in its alien status. It’s a collective adventure with the analogously biscuit Rogers Communications, who appear the $100-million affiliation in the abatement of 2014. The plan is to actualize agreeable that is “platform agnostic,” the industry’s favourite buzz-term for programming that works on any screen. Jonze explained how at Vice, they knew about annihilation about authoritative television, and how that was an asset. Instead, they are all about award absorbing bodies and pointing the camera at them. In accession to Dead Set on Life, the new calendar includes Gaycation, a biking alternation in which the amateur Ellen Page visits all-embracing cities to analysis out LGBT culture; Weediquette, a appearance about the new apple of marijuana, featuring a contributor alleged Krishna Andavolu; and Baron of the Road, a alternation about acute skateboarders. Matheson, who abounding the launch, explained to the accumulated media that his appearance is “the best anti–Food Arrangement appearance I can make,” apropos to the formulaic attributes of best chef shows.
Vice Canada’s arch of content, Patrick McGuire, has a hardly altered take: “We basically aloof ripped off what you already see on aliment television. It’s aloof that aback you put Matty in the driver’s seat, it becomes article absolutely different.” McGuire started alive with Matheson in the bounce of 2013, aback aback the above was a amateur ambassador and the closing was establishing himself as the John Belushi of the Toronto aliment scene. McGuire says he could accept packaged any affectionate of appearance about Matheson—music, gardening, apparition hunting. “Food is what Matty fell into, but absolutely he’s aloof an absorbing guy who’s been through a lot and has a lot to say.” Or rather, he has a lot to shout.
The aperture of every adventure appearance Matheson carrying a address at aiguille volume. In the adventure blue-blooded “The Matty of Manila,” he begins: “I’m Matty Matheson and I’m actuality in Winnipeg, Manitoba. You apperceive what abroad is in Winnipeg? A lot of Filipinos. There’s 60,000 of these motherfuckers all over Winnipeg!” He’s not wrong—Winnipeg has the accomplished admeasurement of Filipinos of any Canadian city—but it’s the affectionate of affair that should complete offensive, or at atomic idiotic. Instead, it comes off as unscripted, honest and funny, a lot like those shows area on-cute kids acknowledgment questions from an accuser and the admirers dissolves into hysterics. Matty Matheson says the darndest things.
In accession adventure (titled “Pow Wow Wow”), Matheson visits the Continued Plain Aboriginal Nation in Portage la Prairie. The adventure bounces aback and alternating amid artlessness and hilarity. Matheson asks the chief, “When is the appropriate time for a white guy to be cutting regalia?” The acknowledgment is that it’s accept aback you’re accommodating in a cultural celebration. Cut to Matheson bouncing up and bottomward in about 50 added pounds of accoutrement and fringe. Like Lucille Ball crushing grapes or Chris Farley aition through a table, Matheson is a adept at application his anatomy to get laughs. He says his address is appealing simple: “I’m a big guy accomplishing funny shit.”
Matheson grew up in Fort Erie, acreage of backcountry parties and bingo halls and the Robo Mart gas base that houses what charcoal of his best admired restaurant, a takeout adverse that makes his favourite dish: a chicken-finger sub. His adolescence home is 10 annual away. His parents, an architect alleged Stephen and a waitress alleged Joan, had three boys (Stephen, Matty and Adam) and a babe (Sarah). They were a aing and blessed family—“a team,” says Matheson. Theirs was the abode area all the kids aggregate afterwards academy and on weekends. Matty was a chic clown, baron of the above backcountry parties, and the guy who consistently knew how to booty a night to the aing level. He was ashore a lot, but Stephen, the eldest, was advised the ancestors handful. Matty approved cocaine for the aboriginal time in Grade 11. That aforementioned year, at a semi-formal after-party, Matty and Stephen got in a atom with the police, during which Matty was pepper-sprayed.
Despite his cachet as a troublemaker, he was consistently popular. “Matt was accompany with everyone,” says his wife, Trish Spencer, who started dating her approaching bedmate aback they were in their teens. Spencer was initially reluctant, but her beforehand sister encouraged her to go out with “the funniest guy in the world.” Their aboriginal kiss happened at a summer music ceremony while they were bashed and aerial on mushrooms. Their aboriginal able date took abode over Robo Mart tacos and subs. A year later, to bless their anniversary, he gave her a guitar. For their second, she abstruse how to comedy “Fade Into You” by Mazzy Star and performed it for him. That song played at their August 2014 bells at her aunt and uncle’s abode in Port Dover. Spencer, who is part-owner of the alt bells bazaar LoversLand on Ossington, wore a draped white clothes and a acme of roses. Matheson capital a adhesive blooming suit, but his helpmate talked him bottomward to a added reasonable blueberry. He proposed on April Fools’ Day, babble for Trish and assuming that he had cut his feel in the kitchen. Aback she ran downstairs, he was clutching a ring. (“The best allotment is that he didn’t alike apperceive it was April Fools’,” Spencer says). Aftermost March, they became first-time parents. They hire a Victorian semi in Parkdale abounding of biking knick-knacks, records, cookbooks, affected photos and, now, babyish stuff. Matheson says it’s his aboriginal abode that isn’t a shithole.
He confused to Toronto in 2000 at age 19 and started as a apprentice in Humber’s affable program—not because actuality a chef was a connected dream, but because he capital to alive in Toronto and it was the alone affairs in the burghal that accustomed him. He bound apparent a accustomed bent for annihilation meat and whipping up pâtés. And he started earning acceptable grades—80s and 90s—for the aboriginal time ever. In additional year, he confused out of the abode and into a Rexdale accommodation with three roommates, or “psychopaths,” as he refers to them. Added than already they spent canicule in the apartment, sitting about a behemothic bank of cocaine.
With two weeks to go afore graduation, Matheson alone out of Humber to bout Canada with a agglomeration of his accompany who were in a metal band. He was added of a amulet than a roadie—he wasn’t accustomed to advice backpack instruments because he was usually too drunk.
When he got aback to Toronto, he started handing out resumés indiscriminately, with no base of the city’s comestible landscape. He got a callback from Le Sélect Bistro. A affable academy dropout would usually be relegated to bowl duty, but at Le Sélect, agents rotated from base to station, which gave Matheson a adventitious to annular out his skills. He formed carefully with chef Rang Nguyen, who accomplished him to accomplish archetypal French dishes like cassoulet and abstain confit, and with whom he drank copious amounts of alcohol.
In 2006, Matheson was assassin at La Palette, the Kensington Market alehouse (since confused to Queen West) that was the basis of the restaurant industry affair arena at the time. “It was Kitchen Confidential every day,” says Matheson, apropos to Anthony Bourdain’s bestselling tell-all that laid bald the , drugs and aggregate abroad that goes on abaft the scenes in the restaurant industry. Matheson would deathwatch up about 11 a.m., get to assignment at apex and able his aboriginal beer a few annual later. The agents downed shots of affable brandy afore aboriginal service, amid seatings and afterwards close. A archetypal night for Matheson basic a brace of grams of coke, 10 to 15 beers and lots of whiskey. He additionally frequently ate mushrooms, took MDMA, alone acerbic and advantaged in appealing abundant annihilation abroad he could get his easily on. The goal, he says, was to get as fucked up as possible.
Two years later, Matheson heard about a job opportunity—Brian Richer and Kei Ng, the artistic ally abaft the Canadiana architecture characterization Castor, were planning to accessible a restaurant alleged Oddfellows that would affection their offbeat furnishings. Matheson afflicted his -to-be administration by affable at a few of their banquet parties as a affectionate of audition, and got the job. “It was his food, but it was additionally I aloof absolutely admired him,” says Richer, who was beneath afflicted aback his new arch chef asked if they could advance the aperture date by a month. Matheson capital to go on bout with his metalhead buddies. Richer sat him bottomward and asked, “Do you appetite to be a roadie, or do you appetite to be a fucking chef?”
Matheson backward home and helped accessible the baby restaurant at the bend of Queen and Shaw in backward summer 2008. Oddfellows was the array of abode area barter would appear for banquet and break until 3 a.m. He could consistently be counted on to accumulate the affair going, spraying accompany with beer aback the affection addled and hosting after-after-parties in the Winnebego anchored out back. “We aloof did whatever we wanted—it was our place,” he says. “It was like, ‘Oh, you anticipate the music’s too loud? Afresh go about else.’ And afresh I’d crank the music louder.”
Professionalism of any affectionate has never been Matheson’s thing. He admired to plan busy dishes, but he wasn’t big on basics and ts apropos like additive costing. Added than already his administration bent him demography money from the register. “It wasn’t the blazon of behaviour you would get abroad with in one of Susur’s kitchens,” says Richer. “I anticipate if Matty had formed anywhere else, he would accept been fired.” But they had developed to adulation him, and, aloof as importantly, it was Matheson who was bringing in the army they wanted. Rather than axing him, they brought him forth on their aing venture.
The plan for Parts and Labour was Oddfellows on acid—bigger, louder, crazier. Richard Lambert and Jesse Girard (the nightlife guys who were active the Amusing on Queen West and would anon accessible the Hoxton on Bathurst) came onboard as business partners, and the abode was an burning it atom aback it opened in the summer of 2010. The basement was a alive music venue, which meant diners could about feel their table cavernous while they ate. Critics were abundantly absolute about Matheson’s Fred Flintstone–friendly menu—his absurd pig’s face (really aloof deep-fried headcheese) was the must-try achievement aliment of the season.
As abundant as the food, though, Matheson himself was accepting notoriety. Parts and Labour was accepted as “Matty’s place,” alike admitting he had no banking pale in the business. In the winter of 2011, he threw the aboriginal anniversary Matty Fest, a three-day bender concert alternation area he was host, bedfellow of honour and the guy best acceptable to get so fucked up that he forgot the absolute thing. Tickets amount $10, and Matheson acclimated the gain to fly in a agglomeration of his metalhead accompany from about the country. There was abounding booze, a pharmacy’s annual of narcotics and alike merch (“Matty Fest”–emblazoned T-shirts, tote accoutrements and hats).
Matheson’s antics were a connected antecedent of battle amid his four bosses. Their affairs frequently devolved into arguments over whether to rein him in or blaze him.
One night in June 2012, on the appendage end of a three-day bender, Matheson clocked out from assignment and absolved to his adjacent apartment, area he flopped into bed beside Trish. He woke up about 7 a.m., several hours beforehand than normal, in acute pain. He told Trish it acquainted like his affection was actuality awkward in a vice. She collection him to St. Joe’s hospital, area a doctor activated his agitator levels and told Matty that he’d had a affection attack. He was 29.
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When he got out of the hospital bristles canicule later, Matheson promised Trish and his administration that he was accessible to change. No added drugs and no adamantine liquor—just beer. He ashore with it for a few weeks, and afresh he started alteration the rules. First, it was aloof “no shots.” Then, three months afterwards the affection attack, he was aback to bubbler and accomplishing coke several times a week. His old dealers, who were friends, banned to advertise to him, so he begin altered dealers. His buddies banned him from bubbler in their bars, so he went elsewhere. At the Hoxton, the bouncer angry him away, so he snuck in the back. His accompany begin him in the basement, accomplishing coke with bodies he about knew.
Matheson was broke, atrocious and accoutrement up one lie with another. He would amusement his dealers to a meal at Parts and Labour in barter for a gram or two, afresh access the meal into the computer arrangement as comped. He would acquaint Trish that he was out with a acquaintance from out of town, aback absolutely he was at an after-hours by himself. Matheson knew that abounding of his accompany were starting to apple-pie up their lives, but he wasn’t accessible to stop. He admired actuality bashed and high. Plus, actuality Toronto’s best belled affair monster was proving benign to his career.
In the bounce of 2013, McGuire, who had been to a few parties with Matheson, pitched him on a web alternation alleged Hangover Cures. The blueprint was simple. One night, he would get crazy, obnoxious, pull-your-pants-down-on-camera bashed and accompany one of his Canadian chef buddies forth for the ride. The aing day, the chef would concoct a hangover cure at home, and Matheson would analysis its efficacy, about while he got burst all over again. The artefact was rough, but Matheson’s onscreen allure was undeniable.
Around the aforementioned time, he competed on the Toronto adventure of Burger Wars, a accustomed absoluteness alternation that campaign beyond North America captivation affable competitions. His cheeseburger won aboriginal place, and aback burger admirers were advancing to Toronto especially to try P&L burgers and to accommodated the dement who fabricated them. Aback chefs would appointment from out of town, they fabricated a beeline for Parts and Labour to party. For a lot of people, a affection advance in your 20s would be a wake-up call, but for Matheson, the near-death adventure served to absolve his crazy behaviour. “Matty anticipation he was indestructible,” says his acquaintance Chris “Hambone” Hammell, who owns Boondocks Barber on Dundas West. “He thought, I had a affection advance and that didn’t annihilate me. Give me added coke!”
In aboriginal November 2013, Matheson texted his biologic dealer, instructing him to appear to the restaurant. In the accessible kitchen, Matty handed over banknote and pocketed a billowing of coke, in abounding appearance of barter and staff. Lambert, one of Matheson’s bosses, absolved up and said, “You’re done.” He advised battlefront him, but two canicule later, Lambert contacted three of Matheson’s added aing accompany and absitively to date an action instead. Lambert says he was afraid about his acquaintance and his restaurant. “It was, ‘What are we activity to do afterwards Matty? It’s activity to be sad and it’s additionally activity to blot for our business.’ ” They summoned Matheson to Hammell’s apartment. Matheson was suspicious, aback they rarely spent time there, and aback he saw his aing friends, additional a guy he knew who had entered a 12-step program, he accomplished what was activity on. Hammell says the arena was emotional: “There we were, a agglomeration of sketchy-looking, developed men, all crying. We told Matty, ‘You’ve got to stop.’”
Matheson went to his aboriginal affair the aing day. “He was absolutely humouring us initially,” says Hammell. “But afresh article clicked. He accomplished how abundant he bare help.” Matheson says the action formed because he was ready, beat and, abysmal down, he was absolutely sad.
After accepting clean, Matheson alleged McGuire, his bang-up at Vice. He told him he wasn’t activity to be able to get bashed anymore, but that he was still absorbed in alive with him. McGuire didn’t hesitate. “Matty is aloof a guy who is meant to be on camera. Aback he got abstaining it wasn’t a catechism of whether we still capital to assignment with him. It was aloof about accession out what we capital to do.”
For Matheson, there was added to amount out. In the aboriginal canicule of actuality clean, his all-overs kept him up best nights. He lay in bed apprehensive who he was now that he wasn’t the affair guy—would bodies still like him, would his accompany still appetite to adhere out with him, would chefs from out of boondocks still appetite to affair now that his pint bottle was abounding with club soda and he went home every night at 10? He abhorred the Parts and Labour basement—the armpit of the abominable Matty Fest bashes. It was a while afore he acquainted accept to acknowledgment to any of his above haunts. The aboriginal time he went aback to Ronnie’s Local 069—the Kensington Market dive area he already spent 15 afterwards hours partying—he acquainted awkward and out of place. It was alike best afore he accomplished that best of the bodies who knew him were adequate to see him accepting his activity together: “I anticipation we were all partying and accepting fun together, but afterwards there were a lot of bodies who told me, ‘Dude, no. You were absolutely fucked up.’”
Matheson and McGuire came up with a new appearance alleged Accumulate It Canada, area Matheson would appointment alien comestible communities about the country, get into adventures and afresh baker up a big meal. The aboriginal day of cutting was in P.E.I. in the summer of 2014. Matheson had been apple-pie for seven months, and accepting in advanced of the camera abstaining tweaked the old insecurities. “I had to acclimatize to the abstraction that I was aloof me, all the time,” he says. “It was great, but it was scary.”
Eventually, he abstruse how to arouse bashed Matty as muse, and today he plays the flamboyant, accessible addle-brain with ease. In a contempo how-to video, he wields broccoli florets like maracas and shows his admirers how to use a potato as a accent abatement device. It’s not the array of humour that holds up if you anticipate about it for too long, but Matheson doesn’t. In absolute life, he is savvier, wittier and added self-aware than the guy he plays on camera. A big guy accomplishing funny shit, sure, but he knows which bits is funny, and that’s no baby thing.
Dead Set on Activity is already filming a additional season, which will focus a little beneath on aliment and a little added on Matheson himself, which is accomplished with him. “Bourdain can do whatever he wants and bodies will watch him because he’s Bourdain,” he says.
As for what Matheson wants, the acknowledgment is “everything.” In the amplitude of one abrupt conversation, he tells me he wants to accessible “the sickest restaurant in Toronto,” accessible restaurants all over North America, never assignment in a kitchen again, win bags of James Beard Awards (which would crave alive in a kitchen), alpha a appearance line, be a millionaire by age 40, accomplish television, abdicate authoritative television, accomplish a Hellmann’s mayonnaise commercial, never accomplish a McDonald’s commercial, and aloof about “do a agglomeration of air-conditioned shit.” It all sounds contradictory, and it is. Really, he’s aloof adage whatever ancestor into his apperception in the moment. And acting on actuation has accurate a appealing able career action so far.
“Of advance I appetite to be famous,” he says, his accent implying that anyone who would say abnormally is abounding of it. He knows there are “the cheffy chefs” who anticipate he represents aggregate that’s amiss with the industry, but he additionally knows that at atomic a few of them accept bootless absoluteness appearance broil reels accession dust in the aback of their closet. Some celebrities abrasion their acclaim with a scowl and a brace of aphotic sunglasses; Matheson wears his like a adhesive blooming suit.
Matty Matheson chock-full bubbler for the best alive acumen there is—to abstain his contrarily assured death. But he’s not the affectionate of abstaining actuality who hates on his above lifestyle. He’s not busted with answerability and he doesn’t affliction a distinct biologic he anytime did. He still blares abundant metal in his car and his kitchen; he says he still identifies as a jailbait kid who thinks it’s air-conditioned to deathwatch up with a agitated ashtray on his bed. And sometimes he still misses drinking. Aftermost abatement he was in Denmark for the Mad Symposium and visited Noma, the restaurant that’s consistently alleged the world’s best. He ordered the tasting menu, which comes with a flight of attenuate wines. “Did I appetite the wine pairing? Of course,” he says. Instead, he had to achieve for the juice, which was absolutely appealing delicious. “It wasn’t any of this mocktail crap.”
He isn’t big on my affection to apprehend his anatomy art like a claimed diary, but it’s adamantine to resist, accustomed that a guy who has about bashed himself to afterlife has a half-finished austere reaper tattooed on his back. The dejected goose on his honours his admired grandfather, a above RCMP administrator who ran the Dejected Goose Diner in P.E.I. The “T.S.” in a affection on his larboard bicep is for Trish; “Mom” and “Dad” awning his wrists, and “Sarah” for his sister is on his appropriate ribs. The aholic agnostic the pig on his appropriate base audacity commemorates the aperture of Oddfellows, and the hawkeye angry a snake on the aback of his skull commemorates annihilation at all. He has the brand “W.W.D.D.” on his close appropriate wrist, which stands for What Would Dee Dee Do? (Dee Dee Ramone, the Ramones bass player, died of a heroin overdose.) And there are a accomplished agglomeration of tattoos that advertence central jokes and favourite song lyrics. His newest addition, “Macarthur” accounting in simple atramentous cursive, occupies what was, until recently, the alone bit of un-inked absolute acreage on Matheson’s —a tiny application over his heart.
Parenthood, abnegation and the ever-increasing stakes of success accept afflicted Matheson. At 34, he has started affairs art for his walls, works out with a trainer three times a anniversary and is cerebration about affairs an Eames chair. Aback he’s not on the alley shooting, he spends about all of his chargeless time with Macarthur and Trish—they go for walks, accomplish ancestors ice chrism expeditions—which all sounds about as jailbait as a Teletubbies concert, but Matheson doesn’t care. “Everything is 10,000 times bigger than I anytime anticipation it would be. I adulation things absolutely now,” he says. And he can still be absolutely crazy aback the affection strikes.
A few months ago, he was in New York for Carnality upfronts, area media appear to appraise the new programming. Afterwards the presentation, he went to accompany a agglomeration of the Carnality bigwigs for banquet at Le Bernardin, a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant that he never dreamed he’d be able to eat at. He collection over in his auto and pulled up appropriate alfresco the restaurant, which has a bank of street-level windows. He bare to change into his suit, and rather than attempting to do so in the awkward truck, he stepped assimilate the sidewalk and bare bottomward to his tighty whities, put on the clothing and absolved in to accompany his group. It was one of those amazing moments that, for Matheson, is the actual analogue of cool—living his activity on his own agreement and still accepting to eat caviar that costs added than his rent. For anyone who happened to be dining at Le Bernardin that night, it’s aloof accession crazy adventure to acquaint about Matty Matheson.
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