Commander's Palace in New Orleans Hosts Bravo's 39Top Chef39 Season 2009: Coowner Ti

Commander's Palace in New Orleans Hosts Bravo's 39Top Chef39 Season

Co-Owner Ti Adelaide Martin and Executive Chef Tory McPhail Participate in Episode NEW ORLEANS, Feb.

25 /PRNewswire/ -- Commander's Palace, the celebrated New Orleans restaurant, welcomed Bravo's "Top Chef: New York" cast and crew for the filming of the season finale, which aired earlier this evening, Wednesday, February 25. Co-Owner Ti Adelaide Martin and Executive Chef Tory McPhail served as judges. (Co-Owner Lally Brennan was unable to join due to a prior commitment in New York City for a charity event.) From welcoming the cast and crew for cocktails in the parlor to executing Commander's famous style of team service, the Commander's Palace family was thrilled to work with "Top Chef". Executive Chef Tory McPhail, who turned over his kitchen to the final three contestants for the afternoon, said "My favorite moment was the look on the contestant's faces when an entire alligator was presented as the final challenge." (Chef Tory, a seasoned hunter of all game - including alligators - has prepared many an alligator dish in the Commander's kitchen.)

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