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Guy Fieri, Jose Andres and More Chefs Join the ‘All in Challenge’ With Dream Experiences

Guy Fieri, Jose Andres and More Chefs Join the ‘All in Challenge’ With Dream Experiences



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The grand prize is part of a fundraiser for coronavirus

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If you’ve ever wanted to star in an episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” now is your chance. Guy Fieri and other famous chefs such as Eric Ripert, Jose Andes and Daniel Humm are offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences as part of the “All in Challenge,” a digital fundraiser helping to feed those affected by coronavirus.

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If you’re chosen to go all in on the ultimate Flavortown experience, you and a guest will attend a filming of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” performing a variety of production roles. In the chance of a lifetime, you'll also get to eat delicious food on camera with Fieri. You’ll also get a private cooking lesson with him and ride in his 1968 Chevy Camaro convertible.

Other "All in Challenge" foodie sweepstakes include lunch at Le Bernardin, one of America's best restaurants, with Eric Ripert and wine sommelier Aldo Sohm, a Washington D.C. restaurant tour and dinner with Jose Andres for a group of four and a private birthday dinner at Eleven Madison Park with Daniel Humm.

To enter for your chance to win, donate at least $10, which equals 10 entries. The maximum is 200 entries per person for each experience. The Eleven Madison Park experience, however, is an auction, that will end on April 29. Proceeds these experiences will go toward Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry. If you can spare the money, donating to a worthy cause such as this is just one of the acts of kindness you can do from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.


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Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

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West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

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West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


West Side – Disney Springs


Disney Springs West Side opened in 1997 as Downtown Disney West Side. It is the home to Bongos Cuban Cafe, Splitsville, the AMC-24 Theater and more. The West Side is the largest of the Disney Springs areas and includes 344,000 square feet of buildings and a 9,500-square-foot area for events and entertainment.

At right is some of the new shade areas recently built.

There is no separate Disney Resort Bus Stop for the West Side, just the main bus depot at Town Center.

DINING

Exposition Park – home of four Disney-owned food trucks. This area opened November 26, 2014. Food trucks begin serving at 4 p.m. daily.

ENTERTAINMENT

SHOPS

Follow us on Social!

Trending Now

Several price increases have happened on the menu at Les Chefs de France in EPCOT.

Planning your first trip to Disney World? Here are some rides you may want to.

f the 360 degree turns and continuous motion don’t impress you, check out that fancy.

We think "Incredibles" fans will really like the name given to the zebra foal at.

We watched something unusual at EPCOT today!

Read more About us or Advertise with us. We respect your right to privacy. Please take a moment to review our privacy policy and terms of use.


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