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Check Please! Returns: Paul Castronovo to Cohost First Episode

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Check Please, the South Florida restaurant review show hosted by Michelle Bernstein, is set to return to WPBT2 on Monday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. The new season will feature a host of South Florida restaurants, most of them in Broward County.

Joining Bernstein in the premiere episode are Paul Castronovo, actress-drag queen Miss Finesse, and Don Bailey (of Don Bailey Carpets).

Though he's a morning drive radio host first and foremost, Paul Castronovo is a foodie and vineyard owner, so the episode should be quite interesting.

For a list of season ten's episodes and the restaurants highlighted, visit checkpleasefl.com.

Episode 1001- Premiering May 20

Greek Isles Taverna, Fort Lauderdale; Here Comes the Sun, Miami; and Anthony's Runway 84, Fort Lauderdale

Episode 1002- Premiering May 27
Sea Watch, Fort Lauderdale; Gol! The Taste of Brazil, Delray Beach; and La Villetta Ristorante, Boca Raton

Episode 1003- Premiering June 3
Doña Paulina, Miami; Sushi Room, Hollywood; and Taberna de Ignacio, Hialeah

Episode 1004- Premiering June 10
Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill, Miami Beach; Thai Spice, Fort Lauderdale; and III Forks, Palm Beach Gardens

Episode 1005 - Premiering June 17
Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market, Miami; Green Papaya, Hialeah; and La Creperie, Lauderhill



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