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2014 Top 10 New Restaurants in the U.S.

Former Momofuku chef Peter Serpico tantalizes tastebuds with a boldly inventive pan-Asian menu at Serpico, one of the 2014 Top 10 New Restaurants in the U.S.

This year we're pleased to welcome a bumper crop of new restaurants by an elite group of America's most celebrated (and sometimes celebrity) chefs. This compelling roundup takes us to the cutting edge of cuisine from coast to coast. In New Jersey, farm-to-table becomes more sophisticated; in Seattle, regionally sourced ingredients like mountain huckleberries, Virginia ramps or Puget Sound silver smelt reinvent ideas of sustainability and community, forging stronger connections between growers, chefs — and us. In Las Vegas, elemental techniques like fermenting and fire-roasting now find haute favor. Modern cuisine gets hipper in Brooklyn, while Southern traditions look towards reinvention in Atlanta. The ramen craze even hits staid DC, as an Iron Chef fires up both sides of the aisle, while Asian fusion is brought to a rockingly creative level by renowned chefs David Myers and Peter Serpico.

 Previously featured Top 10 New Restaurants in the U.S.

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HONORABLE MENTIONS

CHICAGO
Brindille

DALLAS
Spoon Bar & Kitchen

DENVER
Beast + Bottle

LAS VEGAS
Hakkasan

LOS ANGELES

A.O.C
Orsa & Winston

NEW YORK
Betony
Charlie Bird
Gallery at Villard Michel Richard


ORANGE COUNTY, CA
Little Sparrow

PALO ALTO, CA
The Sea By Alexander's Steakhouse

SOMERVILE, MA
Bronwyn


The dining room of Jean-Georges restaurant in New York City, one of GAYOT's Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S.
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