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Kitchen Stadium Hits the Streets at the Next Iron Chef Experience

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Food Network stars teased the public with a taste of Season Four

Food Network Stars tease the public with a taste of Season Four

The Next Iron Chef Experience kicked off in Chelsea’s Pedestrian Plaza between 9th Avenue and West 13th. The Iron Chef America'sominous theme music played in the background as a parade of Food Network stars and Time Warner Cable execs mingled on the cobblestones.

The early morning emcee was none other than Alton Brown who gave the press the inside scoop on the upcoming fourth season premiering Sunday October 30th at 9 p.m. “What’s different about this season is that it’s more difficult,” he said. “Each and every episode will feature a Chairman’s challenge in which all of the contestants will cook outside of the kitchen, then fight to sudden death.”

Fans of Iron Chef will get a chance to visit a re-enactment of Kitchen Stadium (eat your heart out Chairman!) at the Chelsea location. Additionally, devotees will witness the “secret ingredient” change every day for the duration of the festival. Allez Cuisine!

Food Network stars like Robert Irvine, Anne Burrell, Michael Chiarello, Alex Guarnaschelli, Alton Brown, Geoffrey Zakarian, and the newest Iron Chef, Marc Forgione, talked to The Daily Meal about which new restaurants opening this fall that they’re most excited about, their favorite fall foods, and what things they would be willing to not go locavore for. Find out their answers in the slideshow.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


The best places to eat at Disney, according to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Upscale, innovative and super gorgeous, Morimoto's namesake Pan-Asian restaurant at Disney Springs has been a hit since its 2016 opening &mdash Photo courtesy of IronChefMorimoto.com

"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are. "

Recognize the quote? Allez cuisine, Kitchen Stadium fans!

It's been ages since Iron Chef found its way from Japanese television to the States, enthralling viewers with a unique and campy drama previously reserved for WWE matches and '60s-era kaiju flicks. And one of the common threads between the original and its American adaptation was Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, whose formidable skills – and playful personality – made him an instant favorite.

That's why it's not surprising that his Morimoto Asia – arguably Disney Springs' most glamorous venue – was among the flagship celebrity-driven restaurants to open as it began to transform into the expansive, exciting Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment district it is now.

It was also a first for Morimoto, who was Iron Chef "Japanese": a pan-Asian venue.

"Now, there are so many amazing chefs, like Wolfgang Puck, Art Smith, Jos é Andr é s, Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and James and Julie Petrakis, that Disney Springs has become a Central Florida dining destination."

Morimoto and his wife are unabashed Disney fans. "She even shares a birthday with Mickey Mouse!" he informed us. And although his brand is growing by leaps and bounds (he recently launched Easy Cup Sake by Chef Morimoto, a premium sake packaged for travel to beach, picnic or backyard barbecue cooler), he still shows up in Orlando on the reg for a host of events throughout the year.

"We also feature an omakase at our sushi bar, a very special experience as our chefs control the menu for the evening in a very intimate setting."

In omakase, you put your trust in the chef to deliver a superb and unforgettable multi-course meal – at Morimoto Asia, this is typically 5 to 7 courses – featuring the freshest fish flown directly from Japan, along with other specialty ingredients reserved exclusively for this unique experience.

Despite Morimoto Asia's top-rated offerings, you may not always find the chef in house when he's on property. Why? He might be just be snacking around the Springs, or be on Main Street U.S.A. Read on for Morimoto's favorite picks when he pops into town.


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