Following Esquire magazine's Best New Restaurant issue, the Esquire Network is set to air a new one-hour special titled Restaurant Revolution next month. The show will profile chefs from Esquire's most recent Best New Restaurant list along with "culinary rockstars who have appeared on the list in years past." A release notes that the show will trace "the connection between today's top chefs and legendary ones, as well as their influences, inspirations and the innovative cuisine that shot them to stardom."
Wolfgang Puck, who is described as the father of fusion cuisine in America, will be featured alongside chef Jonathan Waxman, who is labeled the original "bad boy chef." Tom Colicchio gets a node for "pushing the boundaries of simplicity at Gramercy Tavern, and John Tesar is included for being "one of the most controversial chefs working today." Restaurants more recently added to Esquire's annual list round out the group.
Restaurant Revolution airs on the Esquire Network on Wednesday, November 12 at 8 p.m.