How Many Restaurants Does Tom Colicchio Actually Own?

Tom Colicchio has been a major influence in the restaurant world long before opening his first restaurant, Craft, in 2001. Spending time cooking in prominent New York City restaurants such as Gramercy Tavern and Gotham Bar & Grill, Tom learned from the best. Being a multiple James Beard award winner, he gained even more mainstream popularity by becoming a judge on Bravo's Top Chef (via Crafted Hospitality). Even given his mass amount of fine dining experience, Tom has explored a range of dining experiences from fast casual to high-end, proving he can do it all.

In addition to his influence in the hospitality scene, Tom has made an effort to be an advocate for the culinary world in general. As shared by Crafted Hospitality, Tom has served on the board for many organizations helping both restaurants and larger communities. He has also pushed for political changes that would create a more sustainable food system — allowing for affordable and nutritious food for everyone. While we can all commend him on his efforts, you're here to read about his restaurants, so without further adieu...

Tom Colicchio's Restaurants

With seven restaurants throughout New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, Tom has organically grown Crafted Hospitality since its inception. Beginning with Craft, a high-end restaurant in Flatiron, he also has Vallata, an Italian restaurant next door. To round out his NYC restaurants, he has Temple Court down on Beekman Street. In addition, he has opened Small Batch, a locally inspired American restaurant in Garden City, Long Island, another Craft location in Los Angeles, and Craftsteak, a steakhouse, in Las Vegas (via Crafted Hospitality).

While many think Tom's restaurants stop there, Tom also owns 'Wichcraft, a fast-casual sandwich concept focusing on in-season, local ingredients since 2003. With currently only one location in NYC, 'Witchcraft has plans to expand and has recently tested out some pop-up shops. Tom also owns Root & Spring, a fast-casual and healthy option for dining at hospitals and medical centers. With four current locations in Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, and Colorado, there are plans to open more locations in the coming future. If it wasn't enough already, it looks like Tom will be opening up shop in Washington D.C.'s Penn Quarter, according to Eater. This shows us that there's more to come for Tom Colicchio and Crafted Hospitality!