Audition for Check, Please With Michelle Bernstein April 20 in Coral Gables

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Have you ever thought of taking your passion for dining out in Miami to the next level? Do you fancy yourself one of the city’s top unknown critics? Would you like a chance to talk shop with Michelle Bernstein on her weekly WPBT2 show Check, Please ? If you answered yes to at least one of those questions, your chance for 15 minutes of fame could be just around the corner.

On Monday, April 20, Bernstein will be live with cameras at the Whole Foods in Coral Gables as she hosts open auditions for the coming season of Check, Please. Bernstein will be accompanied by the show’s producers as they look for the city’s top food fanatics to talk shop for the 2015 season.

Per the program’s website, “Come ready to discuss your favorite restaurants in South Florida and express why you should be chosen for a spot on the show. You could be selected to participate in the fall 2015 tapings for the upcoming season.”

Check, Please is a weekly 30-minute show hosted by Bernstein. Each week, she and three guests discuss their favorite restaurants in Miami. “In the process, they offer viewers a vibrant picture of both the hot spots and the hidden gems of the South Florida restaurant scene.”

Will you be one of this season’s stars? Good luck.

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