Ramquist, who has worked at F. Scott's for five years, was promoted from sous chef to replace Will Uhlhorn. However, Uhlhorn is staying in the company and the neighborhood. He and F. Scott's co-owners Wendy Burch and Elise Loehr have opened a sister restaurant, Table 3, in space next to the Green Hills 16 movie theater. Table 3 is an ambitious French-influenced bistro/brasserie.
A graduate of Johnson & Wales culinary school in Virginia, Ramquist says he plans to keep F. Scott's on the path set by Uhlhorn. But he also hopes to begin "trying some new things, expanding our local sources even more and pushing the envelope a bit,” Ramquist said in a release.