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Camille Becerra

  1. New Food Alert
    Café Henrie’s Light, Bright Dinner Menu Launches TonightCamille Becerra’s signature Dragon Bowl — plus some.
  2. Slideshow
    First Look at Apl, Serving Uni Ravioli and Fried Pickles Next WeekA nightlife vet opens a “contemporary continental” restaurant on Orchard Street.
  3. Chef Shuffle
    Camille Becerra Checks Into Hotel ChantelleThe ‘Top Chef’ lands on her feet after a falling out with APL.
  4. Chef Shuffle
    Camille Becerra Leaves Orchard Street Project ‘Hours’ Before OpeningPlus, Collective Hardware is reborn.
  5. Foodievents
    Ed Brown Invites You Into His Back RoomThe former Eighty One chef is doing intimate dinners at Ed’s Chowder House.
  6. Reopenings
    Camille Becerra’s Orchard Street Paloma May Not Have WingsAmong other things, “partner issues” have delayed the ‘Top Chef”s Lower East Side debut.
  7. Top Chef
    Top Chef Class Notes: Marcel on TV, Camille in the Kitchen, Sam TalbotThe latest from some of our favorite cheftestants.
  8. Openings
    Blue Elm Will Join Orchard Street’s New Restaurant RowA Senegalese-born chef brings a fusion of French, African, and Asian.
  9. Top Chef
    Top Chef Check-in: Cascone Plans Pasta Bar, Trevino at TravertineAnd other cheftestants on the move.
  10. Fire Damage
    Becerra’s Paloma Is Toast’Top Chef”s Camille Becerra won’t be bringing her Greenpoint restaurant back.
  11. Openings
    Paloma Rises From the AshesCamille Becerra of ‘Top Chef’ comes to Orchard Street.
  12. Fire Damage
    Camille Becerra’s Paloma Goes Up in FlamesThe ‘Top Chef’ contestant doesn’t know when she’ll reopen.
  13. NewsFeed
    Former Top Chefs Nikki, Camille, and Ilan Bemoan BloggersIlan Hall says he moved to L.A. because New York was too competitive.
  14. NewsFeed
    Steve Lewis Calls Todd English a ‘Two-Bit, Lying Punk’“And should, in my opinion, never be trusted by anyone — community boards, investors, women, anyone.” Whoa.
  15. Back of the House
    ‘Top Chef’ Non-Winner Camille on Her Favorite CompatriotCamille Becerra, owner of the Brooklyn restaurant Paloma, was the first hometown casualty on this season’s Top Chef. (It was what judge Tom Colicchio called “rubbery” pineapple upside-down cake that did her in.) After her elimination on Wednesday’s show, she talked to us about the other contestants and her plans to open a Top Chef–inspired restaurant blocks away from Paloma this fall.