Bravo sets 'Top Chef: Seattle' premiere date

Judges Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons will be back for "Top Chef: Seattle."

Story highlights

  • Wolfgang Puck is the newest "Top Chef" judge
  • The new season premieres on Bravo November 7
  • This year's crop of 21 contestants are drawn from some of the top local restaurants

The tenth iteration of Bravo's popular "Top Chef" series moves northwest this season to Seattle, where host Padma Lakshmi and judges Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons, Hugh Acheson, and Emeril Lagasse join newly-named judge Wolfgang Puck to crown the Top Chef in the country.

The new season premieres on Bravo November 7 at 10 p.m.

This year's crop of 21 contestants are drawn from some of the top local restaurants in the U.S., including chefs from Washington, D.C., Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles, and as far away as Hawaii. The complete list of contestants is below.

The web show "Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen," hosted by Colicchio, will also return for its second season, Bravo announced Wednesday.

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The 'chef'testants' for season 10 are:

Lizzie Binder, 37 -- Napa, California

    Tina Bourbeau, 42 -- New York, New York

    Chrissy Camba, 30 -- Chicago, Illinois

    Stephanie Cmar, 27 -- Boston, Massachusetts

    Micah Fields, 28 -- Los Angeles, California

    Eliza Gavin, 38 -- Telluride, Colorado

    Anthony Gray, 35 -- Macon, Georgia

    Jeffrey Jew, 34 -- Washington, DC

    Gina Keatley, 32 -- New York, New York

    Kristen Kish, 28 -- Boston, Massachusetts

    Danyele McPherson, 31 -- Dallas, Texas

    Daniel O'Brien, 32 -- Washington, DC

    Carla Pellegrino, 43 -- Las Vegas, Nevada

    Jorel Pierce, 28 -- Denver, Colorado

    Sheldon Simeon, 30 -- Lahaina, Hawaii

    John Tesar, 54 -- Dallas, Texas

    Joshua Valentine, 32 -- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Bart Vandaele, 41 -- Washington, DC

    Tyler Wiard, 41 -- Denver, Colorado

    Brooke Williamson, 33 -- Los Angeles, California

    Kuniko Yagi, 35 -- Los Angeles, California

    See the full article at EW.com.