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Geoffrey Zakarian Is Opening a New Restaurant in Beverly Hills Named After His Young Son

Geoffrey Zakarian Is Opening a New Restaurant in Beverly Hills Named After His Young Son

Food Network star Geoffrey Zakarian is opening his latest restaurant — Georgie — located at the Montage Beverly Hills, in June

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This will be Zakarian’s first restaurant in Beverly Hills.

Geoffrey Zakarian, the silver-haired Chopped judge extraordinaire, may be having his busiest year yet; he is opening his second restaurant in the past six months.Zakarian’s newest venture is Georgie — named after his 2-year-old son — and will be opening in June in Beverly Hills, along with an accompanying bar, Garden Bar, according to Page Six.

The restaurant, which will be located in The Montage Beverly Hills, is Zakarian’s first culinary foray into the Beverly Hills area. According to Page Six, Zakarian is looking to be a bicoastal and chef, and will be purchasing a second home either in Beverly Hills or Malibu.

“I am very impressed with the incredible chefs and food scene in Los Angeles and am quite humbled to be a small part of it,” Zakarian told Page Six.

The Food Network talent and renowned chef also had plans to open a restaurant in Washington’s Trump International Hotel, but withdrew last fall, along with Chef José Andrés, after Trump’s controversial, racially charged remarks.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


The Biggest Scandals To Ever Hit Top Chef

Bravo's Top Chef has been on the air for 16 seasons, so it's no surprise that over the years it's seen its fair share of scandal. More than 225 chefs have competed on the show, and more than 200 people have appeared on the show as guest judges, so from sheer volume alone you would expect a scandal or two to pop up over time. Add in the fiery personalities chosen to compete, the logistics of running a complicated competition show for so many years in so many locations, and the intense and often dramatic world of the restaurant industry, and you're bound to get good television.

The show itself seems to operate mostly above board, with a few exceptions. What was that pay-to-play scheme in Texas all about? And what exactly happened with those teamsters in Boston?

It's the judges and contestants who most-often seem to find themselves in trouble, whether in on-air incidents like Marcel's head shaving and Pea-gate, or off-screen drama that's seen numerous chefs from the show dragged into court.

Whether you watch the show religiously or have seen a few seasons here and there, chances are you're familiar with some of the people involved in the scandals we're about to discuss. The next time you watch Top Chef, just remember — there's a lot more going on under the surface of the show than you might think.


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