The newly renovated Washington Hilton (partly owned by none other than Magic Johnson) makes its "Top Chef D.C." debut on Wednesday night's episode of the culinary reality show. The cheftestants will be required to create a hotel menu in the kitchen of the historic hotel. And the best part? For once, fans of the show will actually be able to taste the winning dish, which will be served at select Hiltons around the country, including in the District. The Newseum and Mount Vernon have already made cameos on the show.