Bravo audiences apparently haven't seen enough of Spike Mendelsohn yet.
After appearing on both "Top Chef" and "Top Chef All-Stars," the Good Stuff Eatery chef will next be profiled in a new Bravo series called "Life After Top Chef," which looks at how former contestants are doing in the industry now. The show was among many in the works that Bravo announced Wednesday.
Mendelsohn, as readers know, has been busy expanding his Good Stuff chain, among other projects. Also slated for the show are Philly's Jen Carroll, Atlanta's Richard Blais and fan favorite Fabio Viviani.
Air dates for the new show were not released.
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