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Vote for D.C.’s Restaurant of the Year

Which restaurant made the District run wild in 2017?

Eater Awards 2016 Restaurant of the Year winner, Tail Up Goat.
Photo by Rey Lopez for Eater DC

Welcome to the 8th annual Eater Awards, honoring the most talented restaurant and bar industry gurus in cities across the world.

Here’s how the Eater Awards work: All 24 Eater cities and the national site will grant prizes in multiple categories, including but not limited to Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year, and Design of the Year. For a look at 2016’s D.C. winners, head here.

Each category will dole out an editor’s choice winner and a reader’s choice winner — all to be announced on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. The reader’s choice winner gets unlimited bragging rights as an Eater fan favorite. The editor’s choice winner will receive an illustrious tomato can trophy, as is the tradition around here. And that’s not all — this year Eater will further the fanfare: Each city is running a splashy feature about every editor’s choice winner throughout the course of the coming year.

Now, without any further ado, it’s time to vote for the reader’s choice winner in the Restaurant of the Year category.

The nominees are:

Poll

Which restaurant should be Eater’s restaurant of the year?

This poll is closed

  • 6%
    Arroz
    (508 votes)
  • 19%
    Chiko
    (1517 votes)
  • 28%
    Himitsu
    (2221 votes)
  • 2%
    Mirabelle
    (201 votes)
  • 43%
    Salt Line
    (3480 votes)
7927 votes total Vote Now

Polls will be open for 24 hours and will be strictly policed for funny business.

Himitsu

828 Upshur St NW, Washington, D.C. 20011 Visit Website

Mirabelle

900 16th Street Northwest, , DC 20006 (202) 506-3833 Visit Website

CHIKO

2029 P Street Northwest, , DC 20036 (202) 331-3040 Visit Website

Arroz

901 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001 (202) 869-3300 Visit Website

The Salt Line

79 Potomac Avenue Southeast, , DC 20003 (202) 506-2368 Visit Website

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