The StarChefs New York Rising Stars awards, taking place February 21st in New York, point attention towards some of the restaurant industry's most exciting young chefs.
Including a very different range of restaurants, styles and techniques, the list features nine young people who StarChefs believe are the up-and-coming industry professionals we should all be watching.
Erik Ramirez from New York’s Peruvian hotspot Llama Inn, Junghyun Park from the modern Korean restaurant Atoboy, and Angela Dimayuga from Mission Chinese are just three of the winners - showing just what diversity of cuisine there is in the city.
There will also be a number of specific awards celebrated on the night: Community Chef, Best Restaurateur and Best Pastry Chef, to name just a few. The GameChanger Award, sponsored by S.Pellegrino, will be announced during the ceremony.
Below you can see a full line-up of the winners.
StarChefs New York Rising Stars for 2017
Greg Baxtrom - Olmsted
Suzanne Cupps - Untitled at the Whitney
Angela Dimayuga - Mission Chinese
Ham and Sohla El-Waylly - Hail Mary
Jon Nodler - High Street on Hudson
Junghyun Park - Atoboy
Erik Ramirez - Llama Inn
Jaime Young - Sunday in Brooklyn
Pastry Chefs presented by KitchenAid Commercial
Fabian von Hauske - Contra and Wildair
Anna Bolz - Per Se
Daniel Beedle - Indian Accent
Andrea Morris - Nix
Community Chef presented by Compass Group
Aaron Bludorn - Cafe Boulud
Bartenders Masa Urushido - Saxon + Parole
Jesse Vida - BlackTail
Restaurateurs presented by MTucker
Joshua Boissy and Krystof Zizka - Maison Premiere and Sauvage
Concept presented by Kikkoman
Emily and Matt Hyland - Emmy Squared
Daniel Acosta - LIC Beer Project
César Martin Vega - Café Integral
Lisa Mendelson, Monica Molenaar, and Rachel Simons - Seed + Mill
Sustainability Adam Geringer-Dunn - Greenpoint Fish & Lobster
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