Top Chef is about to get a taste of New Orleans.
Following its tradition of popping up in various cities around the country—Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, etc.—the chef competition show will spend its 11th season in the Big Easy.
"Bravo Media's Top Chef, in partnership with the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation and the Louisiana Office of Tourism, are pleased to announce that the new season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning show will take place in New Orleans," the network said in a statement Friday. "The vibrant food scene of New Orleans will be a welcome addition in the 11th season of the series."
Perhaps we'll see the chefs cooking up some gumbo and other Cajun grub soon?
Bravo has yet to release a premiere date for the season, so we'll just have to wait and see.
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