Grub Street called up the country's best chefs with one simple directive: Show us the most beautiful thing that's on your menu right now. They didn't disappoint.
From the Bronx down to Brooklyn, these are the places all pastrami lovers must visit.
According to Alan Richman, Washington, D.C., is the place to eat.
There are now two top-tiered places in the Windy City.
Only one chef sipped crème anglaise straight from a Brandy snifter every morning to treat hangovers.
Put down the scampi, everyone.
Chefs Corey Lee and Joshua Skenes join the three-star club.
"The most unintentionally funny restaurant to open in London in a very long time."
Brooklyn's Take Root is "an oasis of passion, a crack in the rock of a cynical world."
Plus, give a very warm welcome to what may be the world's first mole doughnut.
Daniel lost a star, Blanca gained one, and Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare remains on top.
The concessions this year include the debut of the U.S. Open's first grounds-sanctioned food truck.
Bon Appétit released its annual Hot 10 list.
Uncle Boons, Estela, Luksus, and Sushi Nakazawa are in.
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"I've always been sensitive about vegetables," says Danny Meyer.
Most interesting is that his blood pressure is just "borderline."
From a sidewalk patio at one of Manhattan's hottest restaurants to a raw bar that is literally on a boat, this year's crop of fresh outdoor dining spots sounds fantastic.
Barbara Lynch, Nancy Silverton, and April Bloomfield all took home major prizes.
"We thought about doing Soylent drone delivery."