Edible Marin & Wine Country
Chef Douglas Keane Makes His Mark in Napa While Plotting Cyrus 2.0

Sonoma Magazine
Flavors Flying High for Two Birds One Stone: Leave your assumptions at the door. The idea is to appreciate inventive recipes reflecting fine dining, California seasonality and just an undercurrent of Japanese tradition.

Wine Spectator
Cyrus Blooms Again in Alexander Valley: After two years on hiatus, top Sonoma restaurant reboots in a new locale

Breaking: Cyrus 2.0
Bite Club Eats
This Week in S.F. Food: The Return of Cyrus
San Francisco Chronicle
Cyrus looks to return - In Sonoma's Alexander Valley
Press Democrat
Catching up with Douglas Keane.
Detroit Free Press
Dearborn native tackles 'Top Chef Masters.'
Zagat Blog
Five facts on Bay area top chef.
Kitchen Daily
Acclaimed chef of recently closed, two Michelin Star restaurant Cyrus, Douglas Keane is not shy about having an ego. Because of it, Keane, who became a chef-testant on this season's Top Chef Masters, struggled with the idea of joining the show.
Gourmet Magazine
America's Top 50 Restaurants.
Cornell's Very Own "Top Chef"
A Chat With Douglas Keane '93
SF Gate
Two Birds/One Stone brings a Japanese style to St. Helena: Sang Yoon and Douglas Keane met while filming Top Chef Masters, and realized they had similar tastes and sensibilities...Together they’ve created a menu that blends a Japanese sensibility with California produce.
Zagat SF
TwoBirds/One Stone = Hit: San Francisco and areas outside of the city are having a Japanese food moment. Noteworthy are the casual, more affordable ramen bars, yakitori joints and izakayas like Two Birds/One Stone in the Napa Valley.
At the Table with Wolf & Smothers
Radio interview with Chef Douglas Keane
'Top Chef Masters' finale react: The Last Supper.
The New Top Chef Masters Winner Sounds Off on Skydiving and More
Detroit Free Press
'Top Chef Masters' winner Douglas Keane wants to give back to Detroit.
Inside Scoop SF
The headliner in this week's Inside Scoop column involves Douglas Keane's run on Top Chef Masters, his slate of new projects on the horizon, and the soul-searching that he did over the course of the last several months...The victory means that Keane's charity, Healdsburg's Green Dog Rescue Project, will get a big payday and hopefully, a new headquarters to call its own. Today, Keane is triumphant. He went into his first significant television stint somewhat reluctantly, and early on, he actually wanted to leave the show.
San Francisco Chronicle
Douglas Keane tastes life after Cyrus.
San Francisco Chronicle
A look back at Cyrus' Four Star Review.
Inside Scoop SF
Douglas Keane discusses his trip to Kyoto with Japanese Culinary Academy.
Eater SF
Douglas Keane Plotting Cyrus Comeback in Sonoma
Douglas Keane: Winner of Top Chef Masters Season 5
Entertainment Weekly
This is it. The end of Top Chef Masters means summer's officially over, so we whipped up a pumpkin spice latte and settled in for the finale...Doug pulled a Doug and, since he was working without a sous chef, called in his duck order ahead of time to the butcher counter at Whole Foods. Smart thinking!
SF Gate
Douglas Keane's resume has no shortage of accolades, with a celebrated cooking career that has drawn local and national awards aplenty. Today, he adds yet another: Top Chef Master. On Wednesday night, Keane won the fifth season of the Bravo reality cooking show. That makes it two "Top Chef Masters" wins in a row for Bay Area chefs, following last year's victory by Chris Cosentino of Incanto.
Kitchen Daily
The Top Chef Masters experience and some tips on working with ingredients from Chef Douglas Keane.
Food & Wine Magazine
America's Best New Chefs 2006.
Food & Wine Magazine
Interview with Best New Chef.
Esquire Magazine
2005 Chef of the Year.