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Meet the Chefs of the Year in Eater Cities

These are the people who made their mark on dining in 2017

Charleston chef of the year Rodney Scott
J. Kevin Foltz

A Chicago chef looks to redefine Mexican cuisine in her city. An Atlanta chef aims to expand his customers’ understanding of authentic Thai food. Three veterans of The Venetian in Las Vegas offer a whole new style of restaurant, located in the southwest part of the Las Vegas valley. A chef cooking his version of modern Chinese food in London earns his first Michelin star.

Those are just a few of the figures who were awarded the coveted title of Chef of the Year across Eater cities in 2017. Eater reporters sat down with each of these superstars to learn more about their ground-breaking efforts during the past year. Find profiles highlighting the winners in various parts of the country, and in London and Montreal, through the links below. Here’s an in-depth look at the various Restaurants of the Year as well, and find all coverage of the Eater Awards here.

Diana Dávila in Chicago
Nicholas James Fochtman
Jeremy Ford at Stubborn Seed in Miami
Michael Pisarri
Mutsuko Soma at her Wallingford, Washington restaurant, Kamonegi
Suzi Pratt for Eater

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