'Top Chef Philadelphia'? Hosting the show means cities pick up part of the tab

Posted on Friday, Mar 02, 2018
Cities have paid up to $400,000 to host Bravo's cooking competition, and have offered tax incentives worth millions, but not everyone agrees on whether the promotion is worth the price.
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