Top Chef Kitchen by Bravo Opens in New York City in October + November

Top Chef Kitchen Top Chef Kitchen by Bravo Opens in New York City in October + November
Will your favorite former Top Cheftestant be behind the burner at Top Chef Kitchen?

Bravo presents Top Chef Kitchen, an impressive four-course dining experience from Bravo’s Emmy®- and James Beard Award-winning television series, Top Chef. Located in the heart of New York City’s TriBeCa and open for a limited time, Top Chef Kitchen will give fervent Top Chef fans the opportunity to taste Top Chef-caliber food prepared by the series’ roster of alumni Cheftestants. Each week, a new pair of Top Chefs will be on-site to execute a creative menu as well as interact with the restaurant guests. The Cheftestants’ schedules are Tiffany Derry (Private Social) and Paul Qui (Uchiko), October 23-28; Jennifer Carroll and Tiffani Faison, October 30-November 4; Richard Blais (The Spence) and Grayson Schmitz, November 6-11; and Fabio Viviani (Cafe Firenze and Firenze Osteria) and Antonia Lofaso, November 13-18. The four-course prix-fixe dinner is $95 per person, $125 per person with wine pairings.

Reservations were snapped up in just 40 minutes, but stay tuned for reservations giveaways, an inside look at Top Chef Kitchen, interviews, and more!

2 Responses to “Top Chef Kitchen by Bravo Opens in New York City in October + November”

  1. Delia Toledo

    Are all Chefs ARROGANT? I have encountered a few in my life and all of them have this horrible attitude. They are verbally abusive to their staff. If so why are they like that???

  2. Stella

    @Delia. No. I booked a farewell dinner at Chef Mehta’s (2009 Next Iron Chef runner up) restaurant, Mehtaphor, about 10 months ago. They worked with me on setting up a menu and were very accommodating that day when there was something the guest of honor cannot eat – Chef Mehta made a special dish just for the guest of honor. I met Chef Mehta when he came out to greet us personally after the meal. I am very impressed by his food and his friendliness.

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