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#16 Quince, San Francisco Located in a historic brick and timber building dating back to 1907 in San Franciscos Jackson Square neighborhood, Quince is both charming and elegant.#19 Per Se, New York City Per Se In an elegant dining room overlooking Central Park in the Time Warner Center, Per Se upholds the standards set by Thomas Keller at The French Laundry, receiving an annual three-star rating from Michelin since 2006.#27 Cosme, New York City After years of hearing the refrain that theres no good Mexican food in New York, New Yorkers now seem to have new Mexican places popping up everywhere, each purporting to be the Mexican-starved Gothamites salvation.#51 Spiaggia, Chicago pokerstars winners Decades before the likes of Mario Batali and Michael White reimagined fine Italian dining, Tony Mantuano taught Chicagoans how to enjoy refined Italian fare at Spiaggia (beach in Italian).#18 Atelier Crenn, San Francisco Stephanie./ Yelp There are only 22 seats at Versailles-born Dominique Crenns recently-renovated two-Michelin-starred flagship, where guests drop 325 on advance reservations in order to experience her acclaimed multi-course modernist tasting menus.#38 Blackbird, Chicago With its minimalist interior and its highly imaginative menu, executed by chef de cuisine Ryan Pfeiffer, Paul Kahans 1997-vintage flagship Blackbird (named for the French slang term for the merlot grape ) continues to please diners with always interesting but never quite.
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#41 Minibar, Washington, DC Minibar They really have tried to make it easier on everyone, but getting into minibar, where protean chef José Andrés channels Spanish avant-garde cuisine, is still difficult: Tickets are released via Tock two months ahead of time, starting at 10.
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#91 Jitlada, Los Angeles Jitlada, a storefront restaurant in Thai Town, has been an institution of the Los Angeles dining scene for decades, but you could argue that it gained critical mass after critic Jonathan Gold highlighted it in 2007.
#90 Taco Maria, Costa Mesa, Calif.#46 ABC Kitchen, New York City ABC Kitchen is a celebration of the best ingredients that each season has to offer, all served in the classically elegant style for which Jean-Georges Vongerichten is widely known.#22 Bazaar, Los Angeles The Bazaar by Jose Andres/ Yelp Under the direction of the ceaselessly inventive José Andrés, The Bazaar takes visitors on a wild culinary adventure, presenting old-world delicacies in a bold new way.#71 Norman's, Orlando Known as the founding father of New World cuisine, chef Norman Van Aken a member of The Daily Meal Council is acclaimed for his fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and Asian flavors using traditional European techniques.#76 Barley Swine, Austin This eight year-old Austin hotspot features a constantly-changing seasonal menu that revolves around showcasing seasonal local ingredients and isnt afraid to have a bit of whimsy.#13 Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, NY High-profile organo-loca-sustainavore Dan Barber has found the perfect home at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a beautiful restaurant in a bucolic but hardworking setting on the year-round farm and educational non-profit center Stone Barns Center for.#37 Osteria Mozza, Los Angeles B B Hospitalitys Osteria Mozza, helmed by La Brea Bakery founder Nancy Silverton, is a really good LA restaurant.#93 Mission Chinese, San Francisco, chef Danny Bowiens innovative.#45 é by José Andrés, Las Vegas The ceaselessly inventive hell, the ceaseless Señor Andrés is the king of Spanish food (among other things) in America, bringing us authentic ingredients and preparations in the traditional mode, but also giving us a made-in-America taste of avant-garde.#23 Commander's Palace, New Orleans Commanders Palace A slice of New Orleans dining history it opened in 1880 this culinary landmark has long been collecting accolades for everything from its service to its wine list and of course its "haute Creole" cuisine.