Meet Sous Chef Matt Moore

Meet Matt Moore – our Wildly Uncommon Sous Chef. You’ll often find him in the Wild Common kitchen, experimenting with new dishes, next to Executive Chef Orlando Pagán. Matt comes from a family of 7 children and loved all things cars and motorcycles growing up. He quickly found his passion for food and cooking when he started working with Easton Porter Group. Keep reading to learn more about Matt and his culinary experience:

First dish you ever made..
The first time I experimented with cooking was grilling cuts of beef with my mom.

Your favorite cookbook..
Aska by Swedish Chef Fredrik Berselius

Favorite jelly bean flavor..
Any of the Starburst jelly beans

Wildest food you’ve ever tried..
Frog legs

Your first job..
Grocery store clerk

Favorite grocery store..
The Veggie Bin

One thing you never put in your grocery cart..
Mussels

Go-to drink..
Any cheap Mexican beer

Where we’d find you on a night off..
Low Tide Brewery or Fuel

Favorite song to cook to..
My favorite song to cook to is any song that annoys Cheyenne, our Chef de Cuisine.

If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, it’d be..
Pizza

Come get to know Matt at Wild Common! Join us at the Chef’s Table or enjoy the Tasting Menu.

Wild Common Sous Chef Matt Moore

Meet Matt Moore – our Wildly Uncommon Sous Chef. You’ll often find him in the Wild Common kitchen, experimenting with new dishes, next to Executive Chef Orlando Pagán. Matt comes from a family of 7 children and loved all things cars and motorcycles growing up. He quickly found his passion for food and cooking when…

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Wild Common_ChefsTable_WineDinner

Join Wild Common for the first event in our Wine Dinner Series on Thursday, May 9th! This month’s wine dinner will feature Master Sommelier Greg Harrington’s winery Gramercy Cellars. Greg founded Gramercy Cellars in 2005 with the realization of a dream to make fine wine in a special place. Prior to the founding of Gramercy Cellars,…

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Mint Julep

It’s officially Mint Julep season and we’re celebrating by sharing Wild Common’s unique take on the classic spring cocktail. In 2013, Louisville – the hometown of the Kentucky Derby – officially declared April Mint Julep Month. Every year, Garden and Gun, Maker’s Mark and Bourbon Country partner with participating restaurants to cheers to the occasion…

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Treat yourself and up to 18 guests to a dining experience like no other in Charleston. Wild Common’s Executive Chef Orlando Pagán delivers a 5-course tasting of wildly uncommon contemporary American cuisine, all showcasing the best of local, seasonal ingredients. Wine pairings elevate the meal even further, or a la carte wine by the bottle…

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At Wild Common, our drinks menu is both wild and common. If you’re feeling adventurous, our Wild cocktails are named after DH Lawrence poems and take a fun twist on the common cocktail. Made with, Champagne, Strawberry, Crème des Fraise and Lemon twist, “Lady Chatterly’s Lover” is the perfect cocktail to enjoy on a spring…

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Wild Common Signature Dinner CHSWFF 2019

Wild Common at Cannon Green is excited to host a Signature Dinner on Friday, March 8th during Charleston Wine + Food’s annual festival. Executive Chef Orlando Pagán will collaborate with Chef Roxanne Spruance of New York City’s Kingsley. When & Where: Friday, March 8th, 2019  |  7:00 PM  |  103 Spring Street, Charleston, Sc 29403

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Meet: Executive Chef, Orlando Pagan

We are thrilled that Chef Orlando Pagán is teaming up with our Creative Culinary Director Vinson Petrillo to launch Wild Common. Here are some fun facts to get to know Chef Pagán! Grew up in… Puerto Rico Favorite Childhood Memory…. Watching “Great Chefs of the World” with my uncle and keeping my mother company while…

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