In case you missed it, producers of Bravo’s reality chef competition Top Chef announced yesterday that Boston will be the location of the show’s twelfth season. The show will film in the Hub during the spring and early summer, with contestants battling it out in the “Birthplace of the American Revolution.” The show will premiere in the fall.
That Boston was the location for the show had been previously rumored, with locations like Fenway Park and Plimouth Plantation as possible locations for challenges.
Boston’s culinary scene is no stranger to the show. The winner from Season 10, Kristen Kish, formerly worked at Menton. Tiffany Faison, runner-up of Season 1, is currently the chef and owner of Sweet Cheeks and the previous owner of Rocca (now Cinquecento). And the owner of Tico, Michael Schlow, appeared on the “Top Chef: Masters edition of the show.