Love the competition and mouthwatering culinary feats of Top Chef? Can’t get enough of the drama, glitz and glamour of the Real Housewives? Ever wish a show existed that combined the best of both? Well, you’re in luck! Bravo’s announced a new series set to air on Sunday, August 11, that will feature five single ladies who are trying to make it in the uber-competitive and glamorous LA culinary industry.
In Los Angeles, VIP status, obsessed groupies and sold-out shows aren’t just for rock stars anymore. This docu-drama series, takes a look at the city’s larger-than-life food scene in which a group of passionate ladies work hard to make some dough doing what they love the most: cooking, blogging and reinventing the dining experience… not to mention meeting and dating the hottest tastemakers. See who sizzles and who fizzles in the biting LA food scene.
Ready to meet the ladies?
Kat Odell: This New York native left her job as a writer at Bon Appétit to become the editor of the prestigious food blog, Eater L.A. As its editor, Kat learns exclusive scoops on rising talent, and she is perpetually the first to break news on L.A.’s hottest restaurants and nightclubs.
Waylynn Lucas: Waylynn Lucas is a punk rock chick with a sweet tooth, who holds her own in the male-dominated, cutthroat L.A. chef scene. After successfully running her own restaurant in Costa Rica, Waylynn moved back to L.A. where her talents for pastry quickly garnered wide acclaim.
Brenda Urban: Strong, opinionated and passionate, Brenda Urban is a public-relations maven who charms people with her quick wit and infectious laughter. A New Jersey native, Brenda worked in New York representing exclusive hospitality clients before moving to Los Angeles to become a culinary publicist.
Nina Clemente: With a fiery Italian spirit and a carefree approach toward life, Nina Clemente brings style and edge to the L.A. food scene. A native New Yorker who once despised the Californian “never ending sunshine hell,” Nina found her way out west, bringing with her a rustic and healthy form of cooking. Without any formal training, she has become one of Los Angeles’ most sought after private chefs.
Jessica Miller: This Midwest transplant garnered success as the right hand of Harry Morton Holdings. Between wrangling staff at Morton’s latest venture and starry-eyed aspirations of becoming a restaurant mogul, Jessica crushes stereotypes associated with gender and youth. Whether it’s talking numbers with seasoned male colleagues or getting down and dirty with her staff, Jessica is always in control. She lives and breathes her work, which has put her relationships in the freezer.
Want to see them in action? Check out the trailer: