Celebrity chef brings cook-off to Myrtle Beach restaurants
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — The city of Myrtle Beach and 12 Grand Strand restaurants are featured in a new cook-off show.
Visit Myrtle Beach has partnered with The Workshop Content Studios to create Chef Swap at The Beach.
Chef Amanda Freitag will pull chefs from their resident kitchens and swap them into each other’s restaurants to prepare a new dish for a panel of judges to judge. The chefs do not know which kitchen they are in or what they are about to prepare.
Johanna Wilson Jones, a Myrtle Beach-based food writer, and Dylan Foster, the chef and owner of Two Sons Seafood, will also serve as judges on the show.
“From beachside venues and fresh seafood markets to cosmopolitan cafes and fine dining restaurants, Myrtle Beach is a culinary destination unlike any other, with over 2,000 restaurants offering time-tested favorites alongside innovative new flavors. The dining experiences are just like The Beach – flavorful, inviting and ready for every craving,” said Karen Riordan, President and CEO of Visit Myrtle Beach.
Throughout Friday’s series, Jones and Foster visit these 12 Grand Strand restaurants:
- 44 & King
- Big Mike’s Soul Food
- Bistro 217
- Campfire – A smoking taqueria
- Hook & Barrel
- Johnny Ds
- Sea Captain’s House
- Tidal Creek brewhouse
- Winna’s kitchen
Chef Swap at The Beach will premiere on The Cooking Channel on October 1st. It will have six episodes and will run until early November.
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