Thursday, July 30, 2015

Did Kevin Sbraga win "Top Chef?"

Again, this post will ruin the "Top Chef" finale for you. Be warned.

Did Kevin Sbraga win "Top Chef?"

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Congratulations to Willingboro's Kevin Sbraga who was just crowned "Top Chef: D.C.!"
 
He's won $125,000, coverage in Food & Wine magazine and the opportunity to cook at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colorado.
 
Sbraga's winning four course meal consisted of a vegetable dish, clam and lobster offering, a duck and pork plate, and a fruit dessert called a Singapore Sling, native to the country where the finale of the hit Bravo series was shot.
 
Sbraga, 31, who spent three years as culinary director for Jose Garces' restaurants, and also worked for Stephen Starr's catering division and for Georges Perrier, is soon to leave Rat's in Hamilton, N.J. to open his own restaurant.

The "Top Chef" and family including wife Jesmary, and their children, Angelo and Jenae, and friends watched the finale in a private viewing party at Osteria (640 N. Broad) along with owner Marc Vetri, Garces, and other friends such as Eagles tackle Winston Justice. The chef Tweeted throughout the finale

Check back here tomorrow afternoon. We'll post more after we catch up with Sbraga.

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