One of the culinary world's most celebrated figures, Tom Colicchio returns once again as lead judge for Bravo's sixth season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning culinary series "Top Chef: Las Vegas," and also serves as mentor to the competing chefs on the series, guiding them through their various challenges.
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In 1996, Ruth Reichl of the New York Times awarded Gramercy Tavern three stars noting that Tom Colicchio was "cooking with extraordinary confidence, creating dishes characterized by bold flavors and unusual harmonies." Tom Colicchio's cooking at Gramercy earned consistent recognition: After three nominations for James Beard's Best Chef NY Award, he won it in 2000.
One year later in March 2001, and one block south of Gramercy Tavern, Tom Colicchio opened Craft.
Soon thereafter, in July 2001, William Grimes of the New York Times awarded Craft with three stars naming Craft "a vision of food heaven." Tom Colicchio continues to be celebrated in publications such as Saveur, House Beautiful, Gourmet, Food & Wine Magazine, Esquire, GQ and New York Magazine.
Tom Colicchio's first cookbook, "Think Like a Chef," published by Clarkson-Potter, won a James Beard Kitchen Aid Cookbook Award in May 2001.
This same year, Gramercy Tavern was awarded for Outstanding Service.
In 2002, Craft was awarded the James Beard Best New Restaurant Award and Gramercy Tavern's sommelier won for Outstanding Wine Service.
In October 2002, Tom Colicchio received Bon Appétit and the Food Network's Award for Chef of the Year in their American Food and Entertaining Awards.
At the age of 17, Tom Colicchio made his kitchen debut in his native town of Elizabeth at Evelyn's Seafood Restaurant.
Tom Colicchio then cooked at prominent New York restaurants such as The Quilted Giraffe, Gotham Bar & Grill, Rakel, and Mondrian.