The celebrity chef will be hosting a book signing at the Columbia Wegmans on April 24.
Celebrity chef Bobby Flay will be in Columbia on April 24 at Wegmans to host a book signing from 6 to 8 p.m. Flay, a restaurateur who is known for being an "Iron Chef," as well as hosting multiple food television shows, will be signing copies of his book Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction. Wegmans is requiring that a copy of Flay's book be purchased at the grocery store to attend, either before the event or on the day of the event. The book is on sale for $24.50. Wegmans also asks that you reserve a place in line by getting a ticket from the "That's T.H.E. Ticket" desk inside the grocery store. Related: - Bobby Flay Dishes on Burgers at Maryland Live!
The celebrity chef opened his 10th Bobby's Burger Palace restaurant.
About five years ago, celebrity chef Bobby Flay came to Baltimore for the Preakness stakes and got a call from a prominent real estate developer. David Cordish, the chairman of The Cordish Cos., made him an offer. “He said ‘you’re going to be in town, let’s make a deal. Come to my house and I’ll cook you breakfast,’” Flay recalled. A casino at Arundel Mills was not even a figment of someone's imagination at this point, but Cordish had other projects around the country. The pair kept in touch, and Cordish called him up when he got the nod to build the Maryland Live! complex in Hanover. “He got approval to do this, and he called me up and said ‘what about that burger concept? I think that would do very well there.’ And that’s how the …