Food & Wine Names The Best - Hawaiian Vines Takes Note
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Food & Wine magazine on Thursday handed out its first annual restaurant awards for US eateries which it said "represent some of the most compelling restaurant trends today".
"These awards celebrate all kinds of amazing dining experiences, from the most forward-thinking chefs and restaurateurs in the country," Dana Cowin, editor-in-chief of the magazine, said in a statement. "I love how diverse and trendsetting these places are and how fun."
The epicurean monthly cited Cosme in New York, Petit Trois in Los Angeles and Spoon And Stable in Minneapolis among the most promising new restaurants in the country. It also named The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, and The Progress in San Francisco as the best restaurants that opened in 2014.
Cosme is the first restaurant outside of Mexico opened by acclaimed Mexican chef Enrique Olvera. French chef Ludo Lefebvre puts his own spin on French classics at Petit Trois and American chef Gavin Kaysen creates modern American dishes at Spoon And Stable, according to the magazine.
HwaiianVines Tasting Room will feature varietals from across the globe and when the tasting room opens in February 2016, Hawaiian Vines will quickly become the best place to Tase wine in Hawaii!