The tour also will hit up places you'll recognize from season five, including the spot where judge Gail Simmons had her bridal shower, the places chefs shopped for their challenges and the French Culinary Institute. To sharpen your skills, you'll head to cookware store Broadway Panhandler for a knife demonstration.
Despite its name, the tour isn't affiliated with the show or Bravo. It's put on by City Food Tours, a foodie-themed tour company that promotes artisanal eats, local specialty stores, farmers and sustainable agriculture.
It'll cost you $44.95 to walk in the shoes of a Top Chef. There's also a portion of the tour that will require a short subway ride, and you'll have to pay for that on your own.
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