Celebrity Chefs Who Are Actually Terrible Cooks

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  Celebrity Chefs Who Are Actually Terrible Cooks

Scott Conant is a real chef with all the pedigree you’d think would lead to real success in the restaurant industry, and for a brief period in the early 2000s, his modern take on Italian cuisine had his star rising in the culinary world, particularly in New York City where in 2002 he opened  L’Impero, a restaurant built into the Tudor City apartment complex that would receive critical praise, and in 2008 Scarpetta, was called one of the best new restaurants in New York City at the time.

Soon Conant was appearing on TV shows like Chopped and Top Chef – in both cooking and judging roles. But beyond his signature Italian pasta dishes, it seems Conant really doesn’t have many chops after all. In the last decade, the chef has had nearly half a dozen restaurants open and then fail after runs of less than two years. And in fact, that’s being generous by using two years as an umbrella measurement. nestor.1blogs.es

Conant’s restaurant Ponte closed in 20 months, Fusco failed in 16 months, Masso folded in 15 months, Imperro Cafe was shuttered after 14 months, and his restaurant Faustina did not even make it a single year before it closed down in late 2010. So while he can certainly cook, he can’t seem to be the chef a successful restaurant needs these days.

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