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Drew Nieporent Takes the Helm

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“Cooking Today” kicked off another great week with Drew Nieporent, founder of the Myriad Restaurant Group, at the helm.

A native New Yorker, with a love and appreciation for the food and dining industry, Drew studied restaurant and hotel management at Cornell Hotel School.  Over the past twenty-seven years Drew has opened thirty-six restaurants, including the famous Tribeca Grill, with partner Robert De Niro.  His food can also currently be found at sports arenas such as Madison Square Garden and Citi Field.   

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Drew Nieporent, courtesy of The Myriad Restaurant Group.

1 Drew Nieporent, courtesy of The Myriad Restaurant Group.

Stephen Bitterolf, wine director at Crush Wine and Spirits with

2 Stephen Bitterolf, wine director at Crush Wine and Spirits with "Cooking Today" host, Drew Nieporent.

Stephen Bitterolf, wine director at Crush Wine and Spirits joined Drew Monday to discuss everything from wine labels and tasting notes, to great wines we should be enjoying poolside.

If you missed Monday’s broadcast, you have another chance to catch this evening at 10 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. PT, and be sure to tune in live tomorrow when general manager at Michael’s New York, Steve Millington joins Drew in studio.

“Cooking Today,” is live each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT, on Sirius XM 110. Our call-in number is 866-675-6675.

Comments (2)

  • In tonight's program a notable chef was mentioned. He has a restaurant in Santa Monica, Ca. What was his name?

  • I heard your show and the question came up on where to eat in Asheville, NC. Please, Please, Please learn more about regional eateries. Asheville has worked extremely hard to have premier 16 plus GREEN local restaurants and many other local restaurants.

    Julia Child would have loved the downtown Asheville cuisine and its many many offerings. Check out Blue Ridge Sustainability Website and find all wonderful range of incredible food and delightful tastes found in the Mountains of NC. I encourage you to come, taste and stay.

    By the way, I do not live in Asheville, but I love to visit and everytime I do I come away with a delightful food and art experience.

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