Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Jack Nicholson meets Philly's "Top Chef" at 10 Arts

Jack Nicholson, and eight friends, took in Wednesday’s episode of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” at 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge by Eric Ripert at the Ritz-Carlton. 10 Arts chef de cuisine is “Top Chef” contender Jennifer Carroll, a Somerton native. Nicholson stopped into the kitchen where he said hello to Carroll and the rest of her staff. The screen legend went for a rib-eye steak and ordered two small birthday cakes for members of his party. He'll be in town through the end of the month shooting the annoyingly-untitled James L. Brooks comedy. 10 Arts hosts screening dinners each week for the show, which airs at 10.

Jack Nicholson meets Philly's "Top Chef" at 10 Arts

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Nicholson in 10 Arts kitchen with its staff. Carroll is to his left.
Nicholson in 10 Arts kitchen with its staff. Carroll is to his left.

Jack Nicholson, and eight friends, took in Wednesday’s episode of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” at 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge by Eric Ripert at the Ritz-Carlton. 10 Arts chef de cuisine is “Top Chef” contender Jennifer Carroll, a Somerton native. Nicholson stopped into the kitchen where he said hello to Carroll and the rest of her staff. The screen legend went for a rib-eye steak and ordered two small birthday cakes for members of his party. He'll be in town through the end of the month shooting the annoyingly-untitled James L. Brooks comedy. 10 Arts hosts screening dinners each week for the show, which airs at 10.

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