Chef William Cribb's lifetime aspiration was to own his own restaurant by his early thirties. At only 27, he has been churning out some of the best food in Spartanburg, SC, for nearly four years, from his "baby," Cribb's Catering on Spring St., and now his "giant," Cribb's Kitchen on Main St. Although, numerically speaking, he has undoubtedly bettered his career goal of having total creative control, in his very own kitchen, William is in no way a complacent chef. His menus are constantly changing with the seasons. Every day his recipes are being enhanced as he learns from customers, piers, and mentors alike.
William's passion for good food was inherited honestly from his parents Lynn and Billy. His proficiency in high cuisine, however, is the product of roughly a decade and a half (or, half his life) spent working with fresh in ingredients, of trial and error in the field, learning equally from his mistakes and his breakthroughs, and borrowing from the lessons of his culinary teachers. He has labored countless hours, in more than a dozen kitchens and in three states, developing his craft. William now serves up the fruits of his experiences to you, his hungry friends, on a silver platter.
William's food speaks for itself: fresh, creative, delicious, inspired yet unpretentious. His philosophy as it pertains to customer service is refreshingly honest, simple, and mature beyond his years. The customer shall get what he or she deserves: mouth-watering, aesthetically pleasing spreads at a reasonable price, regardless of the budget or the occasion. With that said, keep William and his cuisine in mind when planning your next affair. You will not be sorry you did. On the contrary, you will come back for more.
William resides on Spartanburg's Eastside with Wife Bekah and children Hayden and Zoey. He is owner of Cribb's Catering on Spring St and Executive Chef and co-owner Cribb's Kitchen on Main St. William can be reached at (864) 590-2588 or email@example.com
“Thank you (all of you) for all of your hard work, great food, wonderful and fun waiters, and for, just in general, a superb evening.”—Theresa H.