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Posted at 9:45 AM ET, 08/ 9/2010

Top Chef's restaurant in foreclosure

By Washington Post editors

Top Chef contender Timothy Dean has been dealt another setback.

The buildings that house Dean's Baltimore steakhouse will be sold through a bank foreclosure auction Sept. 16.

Prime Steakhouse opened in February. A restaurant Dean owned in Washington previously closed, as well as two other Baltimore restaurants, which operated from the same property as Prime Steakhouse. His real estate company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this year.

Dean was the sixth chef ousted on this season of Top Chef. Seventeen chefs are competing in the reality TV competition, set in Washington.
Information from: The Baltimore Sun,

By Washington Post editors  | August 9, 2010; 9:45 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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i don't like steak

after the first few bites, your flavorless flesh for another 20

then hope it actually digests w/n 36 hrs

most of the time, it does not

Posted by: Capsheaf | August 9, 2010 3:14 PM | Report abuse

i don't like steak
The entire world has been waiting with bated breath to know whether you like steak.

Now we know and can get on with our lives.

Posted by: checkered1 | August 9, 2010 3:32 PM | Report abuse

Bad business sense,economic downturn, bad service, bad food or all of the above...
PS I'm not that fond of going out for steak- I do better with my grill at home than any steakhouse....

Posted by: 10bestfan | August 9, 2010 3:44 PM | Report abuse

The restaurant business is generally a money losing enterprise. Refer to the article about the star DC chef who's in a financial calamity.

Posted by: jabreal00 | August 9, 2010 8:04 PM | Report abuse

Get information on how to reduce your debt by filing for bankruptcy

Posted by: victorsalmon | August 10, 2010 7:43 AM | Report abuse

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