Best of Dining 2012

Congratulations to this year's winners! Look for the list in the December issue of New Orleans Magazine.

Alon Shaya
Chef of the Year
 
R’evolution
Restaurant of the Year

JoAnn Clevenger
Honor Roll
 
Maximilian Ortiz
Maître d’ of the Year
 
Kirk Estopinal
Bartender of the Year
 
Ti Martin and Lally Brennan
Restaurateurs of the Year
 
Keife & Co.
Wine Shop of the Year
 
French Truck Coffee
Start-up of the Year
 
Hot Dogs
Concept of the Year

Lüke
Raw Bar of the Year

Le Crêpe Nanou
Bistro of the Year

Liuzza’s
Neighborhood Restaurant of the Year

The Italian Barrel
Continental Italian Restaurant of the Year

Mona’s
Middle Eastern Restaurant of the Year

Blue Dot Donuts
Doughnut Shop of the Year

Ruby Slipper Café
Breakfast Restaurant of the Year

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