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Are you passionate about food and have you always dreamed about owning an eatery of your own? Do you have a foolproof idea for a locally inspired, original food court hot spot?
In this new show hosted by Tyler Florence, two teams battle head-to-head to win a restaurant space within a local mall RENT FREE for an entire year — a prize worth up to $100K!
We are looking for two-person teams with preexisting relationships (e.g., friends, family, couples, co?workers). Contestants must believe they have the winning formula to successfully run their original food court restaurant.
For where we will be and more information on the show, please visit us at www.FoodCourtWarsCasting.com.
Can you create a $10,000 meal out of our mystery baskets? Chopped casting is now seeking skilled, creative, competitive professional chefs to compete on Chopped. Men and women, of any specialty and skilled in any ethnicity, may apply online.
Apply Today: Professional Chefs
Not a professional chef, but think you have the chops to be on Chopped? We are cooking up a menu of special episodes, including amateurs, moms, grandmothers, dads, teens and more. If you or someone you know fits one or more of these categories, apply for Chopped Special Casting now.
Is your revenue not where you’d like it to be? Is your food getting rave reviews, yet your customer service struggling? Are your wait staff, managers and hostesses your biggest problem? If so, Willie Degel and Restaurant Stakeout are here to help.
To apply, send your email address and phone number, the owners' names, the name and address of the restaurant, and, optionally, pictures of or links for the restaurant to email@example.com. Restaurant must be have been open at least six months, be privately owned (non-chain), offer dinner service, have at least 35 seats and be located in New York or New Jersey.
Calling grandmas and grandpas who are great home cooks! Mo Rocca (CBS Sunday Morning, Wait, Wait?Don’t Tell Me!) wants you to teach him your favorite and/or unique recipes. If you caught the first season of MY GRANDMOTHER’S RAVIOLI this fall on Cooking Channel, you know that Mo Rocca never had the opportunity to learn the secrets to his grandmother’s famous ravioli. Do you think your grandmother or grandfather could teach Mo how to cook great food? We want to know!
Are you a funny food fan with an over-the-top personality who regularly posts food blogs, videos or reviews online? We’re looking for food people with a popular web presence to guest on a new food/travel show. Send us a video of yourself talking about your favorite restaurants, cafes, bistros, food trucks or bars. Please include a contact number and a link to your online profile.
If you’re a restaurant in need of a new executive chef or a chef looking for a REAL job opportunity, send us the following information:
Please include “Chef” or “Restaurant” in the body of your email.
For restaurants, please tell us:
- Your location and how long you’ve been open
- Why are you looking for a new chef?
- How many seats are in your restaurant?
For Chef Applicants:
- Submit your resume along with contact information and where you live.
- Tell us why you’re looking for a job.
- Tell us if you’re willing to relocate to a new state for a position.
Is your restaurant or bar NOT living up to its full potential? Need help rooting out a problem? Then Mystery Diners wants to hear from YOU!!!
Food Network is currently seeking independently owned restaurants/bars in Miami, New Orleans, Dallas, Los Angeles, Boston, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Owners must have strong, outgoing personalities and be ready to get down to the root of their problems.
If you would like to nominate your restaurant/bar please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please put “RESTAURANT/BAR OWNER” in the subject line and include your FULL NAME, RESTAURANT/BAR NAME, LOCATION, REASON FOR SUBMISSION, NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES, PHOTOS OF YOU AND YOUR RESTAURANT/BAR (inside and out) and PHONE NUMBER. In order to be selected for Mystery Diners, you must own or work at the restaurant that you are filling out an application for.
Hey restaurateurs: Empty tables? Dishes tired? Chefs grouchy? Front of the house upside down? Let Robert Irvine's next mission be your restaurant's rescue. Food Network's impossibly clever, creative chef will work makeover magic — in time for dinner.