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The FSR 50 report highlights the industry leaders, but some brands that were conspicuous in their absence deserve a mention as well.
The FSR list salutes chefs and indies who are elevating the dining scene in cities around the U.S.—it’s not about the restaurants making the most money in the major markets; it’s all about the restaurants and people who are transforming their markets into culinary destinations.
At Worlds of Flavor, we saw that contrasting ingredients, flavors, and textures work together beautifully as long as there is balance.
With an increasingly impressive roster of chefs and restaurants, Chicago proves it’s second to none.
Join FSR at The CIA’s Worlds of Flavors conference next month.
The shrinking middle class hurts the casual-dining segment, but higher-earning demographics feed growth in fine dining.
Where and how animals are raised impacts flavor.
We turned to the readers to nominate rising stars and voice opinions on outdoor dining.
When everyone stops to listen, when excellence and innovation are recognized, when leaders take time to talk with FSR—these are the best rewards.