More Winners!

Best Chef: Northeast: Tony Maws, Craigie On Main, Cambridge, MA Best Chef: Pacific: Michael Tusk, Quince, San Francisco Best Chef: Northwest: Andy Ricker, Pok Pok, Portland, OR Best Chef: South: Stephen Stryjewski, Cochon, New Orleans Best Chef: Southeast: Andrea Reusing, Lantern, Chapel Hill, NC Best Chef: Southwest: Saipin Chutima, Lotus of Siam, Las Vegas AND Tyson Cole, Uchi, Austin, TX Coming up, our design and graphics honors, the award for Outstanding Service, and more!

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Immaculate Infatuation: Big Win for Cochon

Speaking of pigs, much love for the guys from Cochon who just won for Best Chef: South. Best meal we've eaten all year was at their fine NOLA establishment.

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Immaculate Infatuation: Best Pic of Night So Far

That's one of the Whistlepig Whiskey pigs getting its diaper changed.

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America’s Classic: Watts Tea Shop, Milwaukee

Many of the dishes at Watts Tea Shop, this fifth-generation Milwaukee institution, follow recipes that have been used since the 1930s.

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Megan & MHT: Congrats, Gabrielle!

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Immaculate Infatuation: Can we please...

...get a picture of the Quince employee that Michael Tusk (Best Chef: Pacific) just announced was single, in a great dress, and looking for numbers tonight?

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Foodspotting: Live Stream in the Works

Michael Solomonov backstage A quick snapshot of the JBF Awards live stream team hard at work interviewing folks back stage. Here, with Michael Solomonov of Zahav in Philadelphia, winner of Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic, in the Mercedes-Benz Victory Lane lounge. - Fiona

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Awards Watch: Craig Deihl, where were you when…?

“I got the good word while I was elbow deep in ice receiving a shipment from a local fishmonger. Ice went flying everywhere when I threw my hands in air. I think I scared my new stage a bit.” –Craig Deihl of Cypress in Charleston, S.C., on what he was doing when he found out he was nominated for Best Chef: Southeast.

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Immaculate Infatuation Doesn't Hold Back

Best Chef NYC to Gabrielle Hamilton from Prune? Michael White = robbed.

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America’s Classic: Le Veau d’Or, NYC



Once a celebrity haunt, this midtown Manhattan French bistro serving classic French dishes straight out of Escoffier, is a time capsule.

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