Top Chef, the widely-watched cooking competition TV show, is nearing the end of season fifteen on Bravo, this time set entirely in colorful Colorado. The culinary-focused reality show debuted in December, kicking off with a block party challenge, which was filmed in Denver’s Larimer Square. It was only fitting to celebrate the season premiere in the Centennial State’s capital with a screening party and reception hosted by Colorado Tourism Office in downtown Denver. The two-part finale was filmed in Aspen, which included a fly-fishing adventure with guides from The Little Nell and a high-elevation cooking challenge at the Aspen Mountain Club at The Little Nell. Both instances lend themselves perfectly to a finale viewing party planned at The Little Nell next week.
As one of just two Five-Star, Five-Diamond hotels in Colorado and recognized by many industry leaders for an award-winning wine cellar and culinary program, The Little Nell was honored to be a chosen venue for filming Top Chef 15.
Join them at their apres-ski bar, Chair 9, to watch the Top Chef 15 finale starting. The show airs from 8 - 9:15pm, and the bar will be open until 10pm, serving complimentary truffle popcorn and $9 Colorado wines (Sutcliffe, Monkshood, Jack Rabbit Hill Farms) selected by Little Nell Wine Director and Master Sommelier Carlton McCoy, plus $3 beers on tap (Coors Lights, Avalanche Ale, Voodoo Range IPA, Shocktop Wheat). The Chair 9 bar menu from Executive Chef Matt Zubrod will be available as well with favorites such as Wagyu beef sliders, truffle fries, pork belly Banh Mi lettuce wraps and more.