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Bon Appetit’s list of Best New Restaurants is out. In Dallas, CBD Provisions makes the cut


Food writer Andrew Knowlton released his list of nominees for Bon Appetiti’s Best New Restaurants.

“They range from oyster bars and diner revivals to a Mekong-Mississippi mashup and a Texas-style brasserie. But the one thing they have in common is this: flat-out deliciousness,” writes Knowlton.

On the list: CBD Provisions, which, when we previewed it in 2013, we heralded as the Best New Restaurant in Dallas. No other Dallas or Fort Worth restaurants made Knowlton’s cut. BA’s Top Ten will be revealed August 19. 

Acorn: Denver, CO
Alden & Harlow: Cambridge, MA
Birch: Providence, RI
Blackbrick Chinese: Miami, FL
CBD Provisions: Dallas, TX
Central Provisions: Portland, ME
Coltivare: Houston, TX
Cured: San Antonio, TX
Davenport: Portland, OR
Eat the Rich, Mockingbird Hill, Southern Efficiency: Washington, DC
Edmund’s Oast: Charleston, SC
El Camino: Louisville, KY
Estela: New York, NY
Expatriate: Portland, OR
Grand Central Market: Los Angeles, CA
Gunshow: Atlanta, GA
High Street on Market: Philadelphia, PA
Hot Joy: San Antonio, TX
Kin Khao: San Francisco, CA
London Plane: Seattle, WA
Luksus: Brooklyn, NY
Lusca: Atlanta, GA
Måurice: Portland, OR
MoPho: New Orleans, LA
Mott Street: Chicago, IL
Nico Osteria: Chicago, IL
Night Market Song: Los Angeles, CA
Novel: Kansas City, MO
Odd Duck: Austin, TX
Orsa & Winston: Los Angeles, CA
Palace Diner: Biddeford, ME
The Pig and the Lady: Honolulu, HI
Q: Los Angeles, CA
Qui: Austin, TX
Rhubarb: Asheville, NC
Ribelle: Brookline, MA
Row 34: Boston, MA
Rose’s Luxury: Washington, DC
Rose’s Meat Market and Sweet Shop: Durham, NC
Sarma: Somerville, MA
Serpico: Philadelphia, PA
Sir and Star: Olema, CA
Sobban: Decatur, GA
Sushi Nakazawa: New York, NY
Thai-Kun: Austin, TX
Tosca: San Francisco, CA
Travail and the Rookery: Robbinsdale, MN
Trois Mec: Los Angeles, CA
Uncle Boon’s: New York, NY
Westward and Little Gull: Seattle, WA

 

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