Today, Time Inc.’s ‘FOOD & WINE’ announces that Olmsted in Brooklyn, June’s All Day in Austin, and Rooster Soup Co. in Philadelphia are among the 10 new restaurants across the country named to the third annual FOOD & WINE Restaurants of the Year list. Restaurants of the Year is FOOD & WINE’s definitive list of the 10 most exciting new places to eat in America now. This year’s winners are raising the game in astonishing ways, showing us that food can be as fun, as expressive and as philanthropic as it is delicious.
The complete Restaurants of the Year 2017 report, with insights on why all 10 restaurants made the list, is featured now at foodandwine.com/best-restaurants-2017, and will also be in the June issue of FOOD & WINE, on newsstands May 12. All of the restaurants opened within the past 14 months.
FOOD & WINE Editor in Chief Nilou Motamed said: “This year’s FOOD & WINE Restaurants of the Year winners prove that there’s never been a better time to eat in America. The 2017 list showcases restaurants that are ambitious, innovative and generous to their communities. From an inspired sandwich spot to an all-day wine bar, a white-linen fine-dining experience to a linen factory–turned–bakery, we love how these restaurants are expanding our experience of eating out.”
FOOD & WINE Restaurants of the Year 2017
- Here’s Looking At You, Los Angeles – Chef Jonathan Whitener
- June’s All Day, Austin – Sommelier June Rodil
- Le Coucou, New York City – Chef Daniel Rose
- Olmsted, Brooklyn – Chef Greg Baxtrom
- Roister, Chicago – Chef Andrew Brochu
- Rooster Soup Co., Philadelphia – Chefs Michael Solomonov and Erin O’Shea
- Tartine Manufactory, San Francisco – Chef Sam Goinsalvos, Baker Chad Robertson and Pastry Chef Liz Prueitt
- Turkey and the Wolf, New Orleans – Chef Mason Hereford
- Tusk, Portland, OR – Chef Sam Smith
- Waypoint, Cambridge, MA – Chef Michael Scelfo