Blue Hill at Stone Barns
Experience Dan Barber’s dynamic tasting menus in an elegant restaurant uniquely situated on a working farm that grows most of the kitchen’s ingredients.
The Church Key
West Hollywood, CA
Michael Mina protégé chef Steven Fretz pushes boundaries in L.A. with playful Modern American cuisine that can range from pig ear “Cheetos” to chicken liver parfait, served on rolling dim-sum style carts.
New York, NY
Chef John Fraser’s creative, market-fresh American cuisine is artfully presented amidst intimate, posh Upper West Side surroundings.
It may be The Ritz-Carlton, but chef Dean Fearing’s bold flavors are puttin’ on a Texas twang in deluxe dishes like maple-black peppercorn buffalo tenderloin.
Girl & The Goat
Fun and funky, this burlap-walled West Loop restaurant features “Top Chef” winner Stephanie Izard’s cooking; expect the unexpected. Try to get a seat near the kitchen line to take in the action.
K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
New Orleans, LA
Superb Cajun-Creole cuisine including gumbo and crawfish is found in this Big Easy establishment by the legendary chef Paul Prudhomme.
Chef/owner William Belickis attracts chic gourmands for casual lounge grazing or more serious fine dining at one of Seattle’s premier destinations.
San Francisco, CA
Bradley Ogden founded this festive San Francisco spot at the Embarcadero more than two decades ago, but today chef Mark Dommen helms the stoves turning out sophisticated farm-to-table dishes that celebrate gorgeous Bay Area produce and seafood.
“Top Chef” alum Bryan Voltaggio spotlights seasonal Chesapeake ingredients from farm and sea at his sprawling, high-end, Washington, DC, restaurant.
A top Atlanta dining destination, Restaurant Eugene’s luxe New American cuisine has a decidedly Southern sensibility with dishes ranging from foie gras with chanterelle mushrooms and country ham broth to short rib with grits and white truffle.
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