Thursday, July 30, 2015

"Top Chef" finale party

It's now a popularity contest.

"Top Chef" finale party

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While Jennifer Carroll gets a ride in a chair, Martin Mariano, the hotel´s director of food and beverage, and general manager Mike Walsh ready the bubbly. (HUGHE DILLON / PhillyChitChat.com)
While Jennifer Carroll gets a ride in a chair, Martin Mariano, the hotel's director of food and beverage, and general manager Mike Walsh ready the bubbly. (HUGHE DILLON / PhillyChitChat.com)

The Ritz-Carlton and 10 Arts by Eric Ripert hosted a Top Chef finale viewing party last night for 10 Arts chef Jennifer Carroll.

Though Carroll was sent packing on the penultimate episode last week, you'd never know it from the level of excitement.

Carroll and fellow Philly chef Jennifer Zavala, who was the first to go home, are up for a $10,000 prize in a fan favorite contest.

Voting (here) ends at noon today (12/10).

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