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NBC's 'America's Next Great Restaurant'
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NBC's 'America's Next Great Restaurant'

Twenty-one competitors vie for the chance to win funding for their original restaurant concept from top investors, including Bobby Flay (restaurateur and TV personality), Curtis Stone (internationally renowned chef), Steve Ells (founder of Chipotle), and Lorena Garcia (executive chef and restaurateur). The series premieres March 6 at 8 p.m. ET. (Courtesy of NBC)

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