The chef plans a salad with something so obscure he simply calls it "funky stuff."
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Brooke Williamson, Ilan Hall, and four other alumnis of the program will join Nyesha Arrington to benefit Share Our Strength.
The hotel restaurant might want to decide whether to focus on dining or nightlife now.
The restaurant has a lot going for it, with Alex Reznik in the kitchen, Matt Biancaniello at the bar, and a perfect roost for people watching over L.A. Live.
Following the place could earn you a sneak peek.
The Top Chef plans a seasonal Northern Italy-meets-Southern California approach, with cocktails by Matt Biancaniello.
The afternoon roast will benefit Share our Strength.
Alex Reznik will make a foie soup with chicken skin, while Greg Daniels plans blood biscuits and duck bacon.
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
With great food and a committed sense of duty from the chefs, Taste of the Nation made for one of L.A.'s best tasting events of the year.
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift gives thanks to Ismail Mohan at RockSugar.
It will cost a pretty penny to watch Zarate cook Kosher cuisine, but if you can afford it, this should be the hottest ticket in town next week.
Alex Reznik will serve eleven guests each week at the sushi bar, while Bryant Ng drops a highly-recommended banh mi on Downtown.
"There are days when I'm driving home that I go 'Aww, I didn't eat anything today and I'm not going to Taco Bell. I'm not doing it.'"
La Seine opens in Beverly Hills, with Alex Reznik at the helm.
The Top Chef alum is preparing market-driven French food with Asian accents and it's all kosher.
Could this be a sign of a solo project to come?
The Top Chef host explains it all, while an institution is shuttering in LBC.
After two years and one television show, the chef will move to a "new adventure."
The pop-up chef just wants to be free, while the Cafe Was chef explains comments made on Top Chef.