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"Chef Roblé & Co." Season 2 on Bravo is a reality TV series that serves up a new slice of culinary drama as Roblé Ali risks it all to cater the biggest events New York City has to offer.

Chef Roblé Ali has cooked for everyone from red carpet rock stars to award-winning actors, but nothing has prepared him for the stresses and strains of setting up his own high-end catering company. From a doggie wedding in the Hamptons to a Bollywood inspired birthday party, this series follows Roblé and his team as they create world-class cuisine and produce jaw-dropping events for a range of top name clients and celebrities including Vanessa Williams, Rachel Dratch and Kandi Burruss from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."

In the premiere episode, Chef Roblé meets his first client: a glamorous New York socialite who wants a creepy, carnival themed birthday party. Roblé wonders whether he's bitten off more than he can chew after finding out she has a list of demands such as a live monkey and only being allowed to serve red, white and black foods. Roblé is joined by his older sister Jasmine, who has relocated from Atlanta to help him start his business. Other members of the catering team include Artie and Shawn who handle the front of house and Adam, Ché, Kikuyo and D'Andre in the kitchen. 

Season 2

Now that Roblé Ali has established his Brooklyn-based catering company, season two follows his business as it continues to grow by leaps and bounds with high-end clientele including musical artist John Legend, NBA star Tyson Chandler, and Phaedra Parks of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."

The newest ingredients spicing up his staff are Roblé's personal assistant Dan; Rob, a notable pastry chef who appeared on "Hell's Kitchen," and Jeorge, who rounds out the team as the new prep chef. Roblé's sister Jasmine returns, but clashes with Artie, Roblé's new second in command. As they step on each other's toes, Roblé is left to pick up the pieces while hiding the internal tension from the upper-crust clients. In his personal life, Roble is back on the market after a recent breakup with his long-term girlfriend.

In the premiere episode, Roblé and his crew move into a new kitchen and are ready to take on New York's busy summer season of catering parties for the rich and famous. Roles are being redefined within the company when Roblé's sister, Jasmine returns as Event Designer and Artie comes on board full-time as Event Director. Artie and Jasmine are both eager to impress Roblé and make their mark on the company. The pressure heightens as their first client of the season is Phaedra Parks who asks Roblé to recreate a classic Southern Tea Party in New York City. Will the team pull off pleasing this very demanding client?

"Chef Roblé & Co." is produced by Red Line Films for Bravo. Al Szyamanski, Peter Franchella, Aaron Rothman and Toby Faulkner serve as executive producers.


CHEF ROBLÉ & CO.: FACTS

Network: Bravo
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: December 4, 2011
Seasons: 2
Production Company: Red Line Films





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