Executive Chef and Lifestyle Expert Pace Webb is one of the most sought after chefs on the Los Angeles food scene. She has been tapped to cater high-end celebrity and charity events for clients like the Breast Cancer Fund, Dr. Dre, Shepard Fairey, LVMH, and BMW.

After studying abroad in Rome, she became classically trained in Western European cuisine. With a passion for traveling and living in over seven cities around the globe, Pace created her company to focus on new creative food combinations and most importantly, rich joie de vivre! Pace's sparkle, and performance-like art for feeding people comes naturally as a fourth-generation entertainer. Her unique view on food and general panache for incredible flavor pairings has caught the eye of major brands such as Yahoo, Jell-O and Arrowhead, hiring her to create recipes and host web series. Named on the Create Cultivate 100 List, Pace is also the co-founder of Daddy’s Chicken Shack, a fast casual fried chicken concept with her husband entrepreneur, Chris Georgalas. Pace and her family currently live in the downtown LA Arts District with their daughter Asa and dog, Willie Nelson.

 
 

"For as far back as I can remember I would listen with wonder as my grandmother would tell me stories of her mother throwing lavish dinner parties in a hotel ballroom with jewel colored glassware dotting the table. That same grandmother showed me pictures from when she raised my mother and her brother (my uncle) on a farm in Loredo, Texas. She would hand write every invitation and cooked everything from scratch. Birthday parties were imaginative scenes of circuses and theatrical performances. Not surprisingly my mother became an actress and our house was always the stage for opening night parties. It was at one of these opening night parties that I realized that I wanted to be on the other side of the party. I wanted to be the one filling an empty glass so that a conversation could continue uninterrupted. So, it was only natural that my passion for food combined my love of hospitality."