24 Hour Restaurant Battle Bash

by in View All Posts, July 20th, 2010

Have you seen the commercials or heard the buzz for Food Network’s new show 24 Hour Restaurant Battle?

24 Hour Restaurant Battle
A Sneak Peek

Host Scott Conant, an esteemed New York City chef and a frequent judge on Chopped, gave a preview of this new reality competition at his restaurant Faustina. As guests toasted with summery cocktails and lined up for pasta, he exclaimed, “It’s hard enough to open a restaurant period, much less in 24 hours!”

Chef/Host Scott Conant
Chef/Host Scott Conant

Judges Karine Bakhoum and Gabriella Gershenson
Judges Karine Bakhoum and Gabriella Gershenson

Catch 24 Hour Restaurant Battle Wednesdays at 10pm/9c, starting tomorrow night. First up: Italiano Battle.

Plus, check out these videos:

- Interview with Chef Conant

- Go Behind the Scenes

- Preview the Show

Italian Cured Meats
Italian Cured Meats
Summer Sippers
Summer Sippers

— Angela Moore, VP FoodNetwork.com

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Comments (16)

  1. Guest says:

    As someone who knows Justin, he is just as pompous and out of touch in real life, if not more so. A well-meant :P in his general direction.

  2. asd says:

    WOW just saw the episode with Justin Warner and J.J. Pyle and Justin was SO rude to JJ! I hope she leaves him and takes the winning to start a restaurant with someone who respects her!

  3. Bella says:

    My husband and i just watched battle of the couples ZACH AND LISA WON HANDS DOWN. Only a person that's full of himself could select a pompous person like Justin to win.

  4. Hungry says:

    Anybody have a clue where the restaurant building is located and how to get in to eat?

  5. Stephen says:

    Justin Warner is an abusive little child, I hope that girl realizes that she deserves better. The way he treated his girlfriend was atrocious and distasteful for daytime television.

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