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  • Salute closed in December 2017, when it was announced that Scott Conant would open a new restaurant, Masso Osteria, in its place with a scheduled opening in February 2018.Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa-Wikipedia
  • Included were Bruce and Eric Bromberg's Blue Ribbon, Costas Spiliadis' Estiatorio Milos, Scott Conant's Scarpetta, and David Myers' Comme Ça, which has been shuttered and replaced with other dining options.Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas-Wikipedia
  • 24 Hour Restaurant Battle is a Food Network reality based cooking television series hosted by Scott Conant that features two teams competing against each other for a shot at their own restaurant.24 Hour Restaurant Battle-Wikipedia
  • The second season of the series premiered on May 7, 2018; with Rapoport having been replaced as host by chef Scott Conant, along with a rotating lineup of special guest chefs who would serve as the third judge.Best Baker in America-Wikipedia
  • While she advanced past the appetizer round over private chef Larry Monaco, she was eliminated in the entrée round after serving undercooked beef to judges Scott Conant, Chris Santos, and guest judge Greg Koch, as well as not using enough beer cheese in her dish.Hiep Thi Le-Wikipedia
  • *Scott Conant - Culinary, class of 1989.W.F. Kaynor Technical High School-Wikipedia
  • He has appeared numerous times on Food Network's Chopped series as a judge with fellow restaurateurs Scott Conant, Chris Santos, Aarón Sánchez, Amanda Freitag, Marc Murphy, Maneet Chauhan and Alex Guarnaschelli since the show began, and has also appeared in the Food Network's series 24 Hour Restaurant Battle, also as a judge.Geoffrey Zakarian-Wikipedia
  • *Scarpetta, an American restaurant founded by Scott Conant (born 1971)Scarpetta-Wikipedia
  • Casa Dragones has received praise from the culinary world, including, but not limited to: Chef Scott Conant, Chef Eric Ripert, Chef Bobby Flay, Chef Enrique Olvera, Chef Thomas Keller, Chef Martin Berasategui and Chef Daniela Soto-Innes.Casa Dragones-Wikipedia

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