Top Chef Las Vegas Recaps

Bravo bet on casting brothers on "Top Chef: Las Vegas" and the gamble definitely paid off.

Top Chef Finale: Betting on brothers

December 10th, 2009

Bravo bet on casting brothers on "Top Chef: Las Vegas" and the gamble definitely paid off.

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    We could have cut the competitive tension on last night's finale with a cheese knife. If we had a cheese knife.

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    With the multitude of chef competition shows out there, no one can quite compare with TC. They have even out done themselves this year.

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    The lesson of the Bocuse d'Or: Keep it simple, stupid.

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    A "Top Chef" watch party makes the competition a tad tastier.

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    Some chefs thrived under Charlie Palmer's watchful eye and seasoned palette, others just got schooled.

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    If only the slot machines at McCarran worked like the ones on Top Chef: Las Vegas, we'd have tourists running off in search of adventurous, ...

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    Last night the chef'testants were asked to deconstruct classic comfort food, but the challenge nearly caused a few chefs to breakdown.

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    The chefs had to think outside the kitchen on the fifth episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas.

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    Tackling French flavors in front of “Chef of the Century” Joël Robuchon is enough to make just about any chef want to piss his checkered ...

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    It was sink or swim on the third episode of Top Chef as the chefs made meals for the masses at Nellis Air Force Base.

  • Luxe Life

    Instead of a 51st birthday celebration this weekend, it's the eve of a Las Vegas tribute concert celebrating the music from his life cut so ...

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    Philadelphia may sport the moniker “City of Brotherly Love,” but last night on Top Chef Las Vegas was the town getting warm and fuzzy over ...

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    On Top Chef: Las Vegas's season premiere the judges got to know the chefs through their vices, interpreted in culinary form for (mostly) delicious results.

  • Music

    While sitting dead-center in the Venetian’s cavernous Opaline Theatre and allowing the warmth of Steely Dan’s 1977 jazz-rock opus “Aja” to wash over me ...

  • Nightlife

    "The business is now primed for continued success and ready to move into its next exciting phase of development."

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    Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of ...

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    While Craven, who is supervising the project, isn’t as bold as Gillett in claiming construction is ahead of schedule, he is confident the Golden Knights ...

  • Music

    With its ample dancefloor pit and varied perspectives, the Chelsea may be the right venue for a festival-suited act like Empire of the Sun.

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    The Oscar-winning film composer talks stage fright and the "BRUMMMMM" sound from "Inception."

  • Industry Weekly

    The fashion and lifestyle blog launched by Kelley and Victoria Fertitta is bright, fresh and full of energy, not unlike the sisters themselves.

  • Music

    So much metal, so little un-punctured eardrum.

  • Dining

    Chef Vic “Vegas” Moea’s latest offering is perfect for hungry students

  • Industry Weekly

    Snoop headlines the Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour at Mandalay Bay Beach.

  • Reviews

    Momofuku stole the spotlight, but the new Japanese offering at Cosmopolitan is worth your time.

  • Music

    Goldenvoice has grown the festival map out to accommodate another 25,000 people, which puts estimated attendance at 125,000.

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    From the downtuned metalcore of A Friend, A Foe to the melodic edge of We Gave It Hell, these locals are ready to represent at ...

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    “Skinny Love” featured Justin Vernon on acoustic guitar with his two drummers backing him—along with 2,000 or so background singers in the crowd.

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    White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be performed on consecutive Thursdays at five local theaters.

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    It was hardly a classic Gaga performance, it was forceful and entertaining—and retained its jawdroppingly enormous audience.

  • Industry Weekly

    He’s honored as Worldwide Record Store Day Legend while he returns to his residency production at the Colosseum.

  • Intersection

    Curbed is the most recent publication to enter the fray with an ambitious package about Las Vegas.

  • Music

    The fest's normally uber-reliable sound system failed three separate times, leaving the band playing without amplification, as fans winced their disappointment.

  • A&E

    Her middle-grade novel, One Hundred Spaghetti Strings, is out this month by Harper.