There's nothing like a bit of Japanese cooking to bring out the worst in almost everyone.
Art and Chris jump right back into the role of bickering couple, turning prep time into a therapy session.
Curtis's hair has lost its former spiky exuberance and looks flatter, more somber and mature, perhaps the first sign we can take this season seriously.
The additions make the prix fixe game here more intersting.
The owner of the fabric-named empire in San Diego that includes Searsucker and Gingham may want to open something here at some point.
A new lawsuit against the makers of Top Chef wants Bravo Media to pack its knives and go.
Top Chef fave coming to town.
Local chefs stand up for their West Coast culinary counterparts.
Carroll will face off against fellow season six cheftestant Eli Kirshstein.
The new brunch menu draws inspiration from truck stops in the American Southwest.
Plus Jamie Oliver and more, all in our weekly neighborhood round-up.
We heard the bass was, like, totally kick-ass.
Zavala is busying herself day-to-day at the Fishtown watering hole.
The pop-up is invite-only, and cameras may be rolling through it.
The festival will feature a ton of top culinary talent, but the brand-new Revel has its own competing festival planned.
The newly announced show will feature Carroll as well as other former cheftestants.
For three nights a select few will get the first tastes of what the "Top Chef" champ is cooking up for spring.