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Vote Now for D.C.’s Most Gorgeous Restaurant of the Year

Which new spot had the most jaw-dropping design in 2017?

Eater Awards 2016 Design of the Year Winner, District Distilling Co.
Photo: District Distilling

Welcome to day three of the 8th annual Eater Awards, honoring the most esteemed restaurants, bars, chefs, and more in cities across the world.

Here’s how the Eater Awards work: All 24 Eater cities and the national site will award 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.

In each category, editors will choose an editor’s choice winner and readers will vote for a reader’s choice winner — all to be announced on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Editor’s choice winners will receive an illustrious tomato can trophy, as is the tradition around here. Eater will also further the fanfare, 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 Design of the Year category — which this year includes Navy Yard newcomer District Winery, Shaw addition Nocturne, the new Succotash in Penn Quarter, Scott Circle’s Siren, and Blagden Alley resident Tiger Fork.

Choose wisely:

Poll

What Is D.C.’s Most Gorgeous Restaurant of the Year?

This poll is closed

  • 47%
    District Winery
    (3560 votes)
  • 1%
    Nocturne
    (107 votes)
  • 41%
    Succotash - Penn Quarter
    (3132 votes)
  • 1%
    Siren
    (127 votes)
  • 7%
    Tiger Fork
    (548 votes)
7474 votes total Vote Now

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

Siren

15 Beeston Place, , England SW1W 0JW 020 7769 4485 Visit Website

Tiger Fork

922 Blagden Alley Northwest, , DC 20001 (202) 733-1152 Visit Website

SUCCOTASH

915 F Street Northwest, , DC 20004 (202) 849-6933 Visit Website

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