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The 2014 Eater Awards for Dallas

This year’s winners for Restaurant of the Year and more.

It is time now — drumroll, trumpets, gongs — to announce the winners of the 2014 Eater Awards. In over a dozen categories in 24 cities, the winners comprise a diverse group of the finest and most interesting chefs, operators, and characters in the continent that have defined this year in dining. We applaud them. You are hereby instructed to applaud them.

To recap, Eater's local editors in 24 cities nominated candidates for five major local categories: Restaurant of the YearChef of the YearBartender of the YearSo Hot Right Now, and Stone Cold Stunner. Eater readers then voted to narrow the field to a final three in each category. From that final three, the Eater editorial team chose one to move forward and the Eater.com braintrust got together to decide the national winners. Without further ado, here's who came out on top in Dallas.

Eater Awards 2014

Restaurant of the Year

Nominees: CBD Provisions, Gemma, Knife, Pecan Lodge, San Salvaje

Finalists: CBD Provisions, Gemma, Knife

Winner: Knife

Chef of the Year

Nominees: Graham Dodds, Stephen Rogers, Oliver Sitrin, John Tesar, Brian Zenner

Finalists: Stephen Rogers, Oliver Sitrin, John Tesar

Winner: Oliver Sitrin

So Hot Right Now

Nominees: Blind Butcher, CrushCraft Thai, Proof + Pantry, Stock & Barrel, Victor Tangos

Finalists: Blind Butcher, Proof + Pantry, Stock & Barrel

Winner: Proof + Pantry

Bartender of the Year

Nominees: Josh Hendrix, Matt Orth, Eddie Eakin, Alex Fletcher, Máté Hartai

Finalists: Matt Orth, Eddie Eakin, Máté Hartai

Winner: Máté Hartai (HG Sply Co., The Cold Standard)

Stone Cold Stunner
Nominees: Casa Rubia, CBD Provisions, CrushCraft Thai, Midnight Rambler, San Salvaje

Finalists: CBD Provisions, CrushCraft Thai, Midnight Rambler

Winner: CrushCraft Thai

Bonus Category - Best New Bar

Winner: Parliament

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