Travis Phillips: Chef de Cuisine
Travis has Southern cooking in his bones. A graduate of The Art Institute in Charleston, he has worked his way through some of the best kitchens in South Carolina including Amen St. Fish & Raw Bar, Stars Restaurant, and FIG. In 2014, he moved to Denver and worked for The Squeaky Bean, Old Major, and The Pig and The Sprout.
Travis can trace his desire to make food for others to one Mother’s Day when he was six years old. He prepared scrambled eggs, toast, hot teas and orange juice, delivered on a tray. Seeing the surprise and delight on his mother’s face is something he still carries with him today.
Travis strives to provide his guests with honest food and wants his guests to feel like they are long-lost friends visiting his home. He wants them to experience a comfortable and vibrant atmosphere and feels the refined Southern cuisine of LOW is a perfect way to make this happen.
He values a strong kitchen team and looks to hire people who share his joy and desire to bring others satisfaction through delicious food. Travis treats every bite of food as if it were the last meal he would ever serve his grandma. In other words, he says, “it better be bad ass!”