P.O. Box 918
Harrison, New York 10528 USA
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About the Owner
Graham Henry is the founder and sole owner of
He inherited his love of France and French cuisine from his father. As a
boy, his father would tell Maurice stories about his frequent travels to France,
especially about the fine restaurants and the wonderful food he experienced
there. His father, an attorney who is also an accomplished cook, would often
prepare French cuisine at home when Maurice was growing up.
This background, along with trips to
France and an entrepreneur’s fascination with the Internet, prepared Maurice to
The Paris Dining Scene
2001. Because Maurice recognizes that not all top tier restaurants are to
everyone’s personal taste, his primary goal is to help online visitors determine
which restaurants with multiple Michelin stars they would personally enjoy
visiting for truly unforgettable meals. In the past five years, the site has
firmly established itself as the Web’s most trusted guide to the very best
restaurants of France and the best French restaurants around the world.
However, over the past two years Maurice took a hard look at his
health and how this was often negatively impacted by poor food choices. The
result has been the recent launch of the
American Farm to Table Restaurant Guide.
Being new, it is among the least known and least visited sites owned by
INTERNAIRE. Yet it is also the site about which Maurice Graham Henry is
Graham Henry is a graduate of the School of Mortgage Banking and in 2005 was certified as an Accredited Mortgage Professional by the
Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington DC. He is also a committed
As for his favorite restaurant, it continues to be
Bar in Venice Italy.
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