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Netflix is expanding beyond streaming content and getting into the hospitality business. The streaming giant will launch a pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles on June 30th to showcase dishes from popular shows like Is it Cake?, Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, Chef’s Table, and Nailed It!
will feature a collaboration of chefs from popular Netflix series. Chefs Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Rodney Scott , Ming Tsai, Ann Kim, Nadiya Hussain, Jacques Torres, and Andrew Zimmern will create a special tasting menu that highlights their specific talents and areas of expertise.
Mixologists from Netflix’ Drink Masters (Frankie Solarik, Julie Reiner, LP O’Brien, and Kate Gerwin) will create custom cocktails to pair with the menu.
Michelin-starred chef Curtis Stone, said:
Bringing my love of food to people across the world is one of the biggest thrills of my life but this screen-to-table experience of giving fans a taste of what happens on camera is just awesome. The talented chefs and mixologists assembled means there is something for everyone, and I’m wildly excited that my team at Curtis Stone Events is involved in bringing NETFLIX BITES to life.”
NETFLIX BITES at Short Stories Hotel will open on June 30th at 115 South Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. The restaurant will be open from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM Sunday to Saturday and during the weekend for brunch from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Anthony’s Take: I love pop-ups. I recently visited The Golden Girls Kitchen and loved it (full review here). If I were going to be in Los Angeles, I would definitely be stopping in for dinner.
(Image Credits: Netflix.)
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