Monday, December 15
For the first time ever, Food Network will allow members of the general public to purchase tickets for exclusive, behind-the-scenes tours of the Food Network Studios. Tour attendees will see the studio where stars like Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri film 30 Minute Meals and Guy’s Big Bite. Fans of Iron Chef America will learn the secrets of hallowed Kitchen Stadium. And the doors to the Food Network Kitchens will be opened to allow fans to see where the network’s recipes are developed and tested. Along the way, veteran tour guide and network employee Joe Moseley will provide attendees with the history of Food Network and the Chelsea Market building.
Tours will last approximately 45 minutes and will be limited to a maximum of 15 attendees. Tickets are $20 each and will be held on the following days and times:
Wednesday, December 17th @ 10am
Thursday, December 18th @ 10am
Tuesday, January 6th @ 12pm
Wednesday, January 7th @ 12pm
Thursday, January 8th @ 2pm
Tuesday January 13th @ 2pm
Wednesday, January 14th @ 10am
Thursday, January 15th @ 12pm
To purchase tickets, interested parties are encouraged to call the Food Network Tour Ticket Hotline at (646-336-3736) or visit the Food Network Shop at Chelsea Market Baskets. Chelsea Market Baskets is located inside Chelsea Market at 75 Ninth Avenue, between 15th and 16th Streets, in Manhattan.
I'd like to go. I've been to the building and in some of the offices, but never to the studios or test kitchens. Don't know if I'll be in NYC on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, though. Hmm...
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