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When Stephanie Izard won season four of Top Chef, the victory was a tribute to her faultless sense of style as well as seamless cooking. Both skills pay off, handsomely, in her big, sexy...
The flagship restaurant of "Top Chef" star Stephanie Izard, this vast dinner hotspot transcends its chef's energetic personality, brimming with "fun" food divided into an easily navigable menu. Full review →
Bravo's Top Chef Season 4 champion Stephanie Izard's highly anticipated restaurant lives up to the hype, serving sharable plates of seasonal Mediterranean fare. Full review →
While adventurous diners may rise to the challenge of the Roasted Pig Face, others will take comfort in more accessible dishes such as grilled octopus with Serrano ham and braised pistachios. Full review →
Start with the warm marinated olives, chickpea fritters or escargot ravioli with bacon and tamarind-miso sauce. The restaurant's namesake, too, appears in ways you may not expect. Full review →
Goat dishes figure prominently, of course; Izard buys her signature meat from a local farm. Full review →
If you're not one of the fortunate reservation holders, it helps to be nimble as a mountain goat to score a seat at Top Chef champ Stephanie lzard's hot spot. Full review →
Ultra popular gastropub from "Top Chef" favorite Stephanie Izard. Full review →
The flavors are bold but not too weird, including veggies mixed with fish sauce or stone fruit, calamari bruschetta, and a whole section of the menu dedicated to goat. Full review →
There are cities in this country where the modern restaurant’s purpose is to take you somewhere else: London via a gastropub, North Carolina via a smoke shack. Full review →
Diners come in search of farm-fresh menu items with bold flavor contrasts, East Asian accents, and a sense of humor. Full review →
Tasty small fish and meat plates along with vegan and vegetarian options. Full review →
The "warm", "casual" digs have a "lively" (some say "noisy") buzz and service is "knowledgeable", so many are left with but "one wish" – to be able to "get in more often". Full review →