Is chef Travis Lett leaving Venice's Gjusta Group?

Gjusta and Gjelina chef Travis Lett is in the process of dissolving his partnership with co-founder Fran Camaj.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 16, 2019
Travis Lett, the chef behind Venice restaurants Gjelina and Gjusta, is in the process of ending his partnership with co-owner Fran Camaj, according to a source close to the talks who was not authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing...
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