Chef Ramsay’s undercover character tries different tactics to get as much attention as possible.
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FOX has ordered THE F WORD, a bold new food variety show from award-winning chef and series host Gordon Ramsay. Based on his hit U.K. series of the same name, each distinctive and fast-paced hour will combine good food and good cooking with Ramsay’s passion, energy and humor into a one-of-a-kind LIVE series. THE F WORD is scheduled to premiere in 2017 on FOX.
On THE F WORD, foodie families from across the U.S. will battle it out in an intense, high-stakes cook-off. In addition to impressing Ramsay, each team must win over the hearts and taste buds of the diners, celebrities and VIP guests whom they’re serving.
Throughout each hour-long episode, cooking competition meets variety show as Ramsay chats with surprise guests and VIPs in the dining room, hosts live remotes with people from across the country, and appears weekly in unique field segments with fans, foodies and culinary experts.
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Peter Luger Steak house in Brooklyn, New York is widely thought to have the best steaks in the country- but they also serve a lesser known burger at lunch time that may be just as formidable. On this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares stops by Luger’s to check out what goes into their burger; and to eat one, of course.
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http://www.superpages.com/bp/New-York-NY/El-Charro-Espanol-L0115653872.htm For authentic Classic Cuisine of Spain, and the best margaritas in town, grab a table at El Charro Espanol! We’re in the heart of Greenwich village, a great destination for lunch or dinner. We make all of our menu items made to order from the freshest ingredients. We have an extensive wine list, and the best margaritas and sangrias in town! El Charro Espanol, call us or stop by today.
El Quijote Restaurant
Located next to the Chelsea Hotel, El Quijote offers exquisite Cuisine from the best of Spain since 1930. Located in the Chelsea district of New York, it offers the most authentic Spanish cuisine you’ll find in New York city, at very reasonable prices.
Traditional menu favorites include mejillones, paella, chulleta and gambas. Add to the mix the restaurant’s authentic Spanish decor, Cervantes mural and well-dressed waitstaff, and it’s easy to see why this is one of Chelsea’s most carefully guarded secrets.
El Quijote appears untouched by time. While seafood remains the most popular choice on the massive menu, they know their steak here, too. Try the tapa of filet mignon tips, sizzling in a frying pan, or the special appetizer combo for two. Lobster in green sauce, like everything else, is gigante. (Be sure to spoon the extra-garlicky salsa over everything in sight.) Paella, available four different ways, is also a good choice for the table. If, by some miracle, you’re able to squeeze anything else into your stomach at meal’s end, the flan is fantastic.
Entire families enjoy themselves here, and the portions are overwhelming. Make sure you try the sangria.
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New York City’s Restaurant Week is a bi-annual event that showcases some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. The way it works is simple. Restaurants apply for a spot and the city selects them based on a variety of factors. This year more than 300 restaurants are participating. Restaurant-goers can can select from custom restaurant week lunch and dinner menus. Both are three-course meals. The menus are prix-fixe with lunch setting you back $24.07 and dinner, $35.00, a bargain considering some of the high end restaurants participating.
The tradition, which has rapidly spread to cities across the country, started 20 years ago as a culinary event for the 1992 Democratic National Convention. At the time 95 restaurants participated. Its following has only grown from there.
In the world’s tourism capital, Restaurant Week has had the reputation of being an event for New Yorkers. But, as the event grows, and as New York reaches new heights in tourism, it’s drawing more and more people from outside the city. It’s a welcome phenomenon, given the usual slump in tourism New York experiences in January and February. Of course it means New Yorkers will have to sacrifice some post-holidays peace and quiet. But as long as Restaurant week continues to boost the city’s economy, neither they nor their stomachs are likely to grumble.
Restaurant week runs from January 16 to February 10. For more information visit nycgo.com.
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The scene reigns supreme at the glamorous SoHo outpost of the famed Cipriani restaurant empire, a sprawling, ground-level loft space with tables spilling out onto the neighborhoods main drag, West Broadway. Being the liveliest of the Cipriani clan of dining establishments and bars, this location can always be counted on for prime people-spotting and high-quality, if a bit expensive, Northern Italian cuisine. But the real reason to be here is the party-like atmosphere, which regularly draws boldface names like Denzel Washington, Gisele Bündchen, Nicole Richie, Leonardo DiCaprio and others. Fabulous Peter Beard photographs of Africa adorn the walls, while a glittering chandelier drips light on the attractive crowd sipping the house drink: the Bellini. Upstairs, the snug, Alpine-ski-lodge-style attic functions as an exclusive members-only club for the famous and the ultra-rich. On Sunday nights, it’s home to a supermodel karaoke party, where a who’s-who of A-list celebs and other glitterati types get together to guzzle champagne by the magnum and sing their favorite tunes.
The Menu: You will find most of the classic Venetian dishes familiar from the other Cipriani restaurants, but downtown offers a few nods to the slim waistlines of fashion-conscious SoHo. Note the special section of the menu dedicated to “gaining weight safely.” The lighter treats include burrata di bufala with soft polenta; fresh tomato salad; and tuna salad with cherry tomatoes and capers. If a bulging belly is of no concern, go for heartier fare, like calves liver alla Veneziana with grilled polenta; tagliolini with duck ragú; or veal medallions alla pizzaiola with rice pilaf. For dessert, crêpes alla crème are a sweet finish.
The Must-Have: Start with the carpaccio, which the restaurant claims was invented at the original and legendary Harry’s Bar in Venice, where the Cipriani restaurant empire was born in the 1940s. And of course, order a Bellini, a sparkling concoction of prosecco and peach purée invented by none other than Giuseppe Cipriani at Harry’s Bar as well. Named after a 15th-century Venetian painter, the sweet cocktail flowed freely during the heyday of Harry’s Bar, when the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles, Charlie Chaplin and Peggy Guggenheim held court.
At the restaurant Ultraviolet in Shanghai, Chef Paul Pairet has taken the dining and turned it into theater, adding ambient music, enhancing scent and unorthodox utensils to the menu.
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A 22-Course Meal, in 22 Settings – Shanghai’s Ultraviolet Restaurant