Alex Terranova from "America's Next Great Restaurant" is one of the contestants in the NBC reality competition series. He is a 28-year-old restaurant manager in Marina del Rey, California. His restaurant concept is called Hard 'N Soft Tacos.

Alex Terranova is obsessed with food, and so when he's not managing restaurants, he's dining in them. Terranova loves watching food shows, creating new concepts, and writing restaurant reviews for Terranova has enjoyed a successful 12 years in the restaurant industry, working nearly every position from host to manager. His idea is Hard 'N Soft, a taco bar that will serve over 75 different types of tacos, tapas style. The environment will be luxury gothic with a rock 'n' roll look and feel. Hard 'N Soft will be known for great food, fun people, and a cool atmosphere. Currently, Terranova lives with his parents while paying half the rent for the apartment his ex resides in.

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Age: ∼34 years old
Current Residence: Marina del Rey, CA

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