Ilan Hall is now practically a veteran in the celebrity chef world. The Great Neck, N.Y., native and Culinary Institute of America graduate won the second season of Bravo TV’s "Top Chef" in early 2007, when he was a line cook at Casa Mono in New York City, one of Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s restaurants. Since then he has opened his own restaurants and started his own reality TV show. The restaurants, called The Gorbals, loosely reflect his own Scottish-Jewish ...
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