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Time Out New York’s 2012 Food & Drink Awards

Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 02:04 PM - Posted by Megan - (0) comments

Drumroll, please… Last night, Time Out New York announced the 2012 Food & Drink Awards winners during their industry awards event at Skylight West. Hosted by Time Out’s Food & Drink editor, Jordana Rothman, the annual culinary celebration honors the city’s best restaurants, chefs, bars and mixologists. “It’s been great to see so many restaurants and bars breaking the grip of comfort food and exploring fresh new terrain,” says Jordana. “This year’s list of winners is incredibly diverse, but what unites them all…is a sure-footed confidence.”

  1. Plated plaques await the winners of this year\'s Time Out New York Food & Drink Awards
  2. The crowd sipped, snacked and enjoyed sunny city views on the rooftop of Skylight West
  3. Snickers bar eclairs!? No wonder Dominique Ansel won the Best New Bakery Award
  4. Platter of bite-sized tartine lamb \"BLT\" from Smith Street newcomer Bien Cuit
  5. Andrew Carmellini accepted the Readers\' Choice Best New Restaurant Award for The Dutch
  6. The fun and talented Fatty \'Cue crew prepared pig sliders filled with succulent roasted pork
  7. Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria\'s antipasti featured creamy house made ricotta and plump sardines
  8. Tertulia\'s Seamus Mullen was all smiles when presented with the Best New Chef Award by Time Out New York\'s always elegant Food & Drinks editor, Jordana Rothman

TONY’s food-loving readers casted more than 100,000 votes to determine ten winners in the Readers’ Choice categories—top honors included Best New Restaurant (The Dutch), Chef of the Year (Seamus MullenTertulia), Best New Beer Bar (La Birreria), Best New Cocktails (Maison Premiere), Best Spin-Off (Parm) and Best New Pizza (Forcella). Additionally, ten Critics’ Picks were presented, in aptly named categories ranging from The Instant Classic Award (Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria) and The Intergalactic Kitten Award (Isa), to Best Dim Sum Provocateur (RedFarm) and Best Love Letter to the Philippines (Maharlika Filipino Moderno).

Guests took in stunning 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline, sipped beer, wine and spirits from Stella Artois and Frederick Wildman & Sons, and nibbled on treats from nominated spots such as Fatty ‘CueIl Buco Alimentari & VineriaZucker Bakery, Bien Cuit and Dominique Ansel Bakery. For the full list of this year’s winners, click here.

Many congrats to all the winners and nominees!

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