Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Jennifer Carroll opening a restaurant in New York?

"Top Chef" fan favorite and Somerton native Jennifer Carroll applied for a liquor license on a restaurant space in New York, Eater reports.

Jennifer Carroll opening a restaurant in New York?

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Chef Jennifer Carroll in her 2011 Daily News Sexy Singles shoot. ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ / Staff Photographer
Chef Jennifer Carroll in her 2011 Daily News Sexy Singles shoot. ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ / Staff Photographer

"Top Chef" fan favorite and Somerton native Jennifer Carroll applied  for a liquor license on a restaurant space in New York, Eater reported Friday afternoon.

Carroll, who announced a few months back her intention to open a restaurant in Philadelphia called Concrete Blonde, confirmed for Eater Philly that she had applied for a license at 33 Greenwich Street in the West Village, but did not say whether that was for Concrete Blonde or another project.

Recently, Carroll, who did not immediately return our request for comment, was followed by Bravo cameras for a show called "Life After Top Chef," following her and three other alums of the popular reality show as they try to open their own restaurants in their respective cities.

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