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Best Restaurants 2018

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Rook

Now that it’s been on stage for more than two years at its second location, this rollicking tribute to Asian street food in Fletcher Place has enough classics in its repertoire that it could put out a greatest hits album.

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Crispy Bird

The best way to enjoy the Southern-inflected charms of Crispy Bird is to check all of your preconceived notions of a fried chicken joint at the door.

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Three Carrots

Three Carrots serves vegan fare with flair in its new Fountain Square location.

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Bluebeard

How should one sum up Bluebeard, which doesn’t fit neatly into one culinary category, but is the most delicious version of all things to all people?

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Provision

“Reservations can be made for the Chef’s Table, where guests enjoy the chef’s tasting menu and one-on-one conversation with chef Aaron Bender and sous chef Gabriela Peralta.”

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Fat Dan’s Deli

The only thing Fat Dan’s doesn’t seem to do better than anyone else is wallow in self-congratulation.

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Spoke & Steele

Yes, it sits pretty just off the entrance into Le Méridien, but don’t call Spoke & Steele a “hotel restaurant.”

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Noah Grant’s Grill House & Oyster Bar

Everything about this lively Main Street draw, including a fleet of servers who seem as happy to be there as you are, skews delightful.

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Bar One Fourteen

The handsome renegade in Martha Hoover’s restaurant family, this 16-seat eatdrinkery opened in a sliver of a dining room next to Napolese in May and immediately won us over with chef David Hoover’s marvel of a menu.

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