The last day of voting in the Eater Awards 2012 has arrived. After an eventful four days when readers narrowed down the nominees to three in the Chef of the Year, Restaurant of the Year, So Hot Right Now, and Bartender of the Year categories, it is time to focus on design. This award is not about food, service, wine lists, or bartending abilities - it is solely about design and the overall feel and vibe created through design.
Here's how the voting works across the board. Eater editors have selected five nominees in each category. Eater readers vote, narrowing the nominees to three finalists. From those three finalists, the Eater editorial team will select a winner. Ready to rock the vote? This poll will be open for 24 hours; voting irregularities will be strictly policed.
Z Cuisine & À CôtéZ Cuisine & À Côté [Photos: Adam Larkey]
Central Bistro and BarCentral Bar & Bistro [Photos: Courtesy of Central Bistro & Bar]
LarkburgerLarkburger [Photos: Courtesy of Larkburger]
The Kitchen Denver
- The front dining room includes a variety of seating options, including high top tables and bar seating. The sustainable seafood bar can be observed at the end of the bar.
- There are 10 wines by the glass offered on tap at The Kitchen Denver.
- The front dining room view from the center dining space, located next to the open kitchen.
- The open kitchen sits between the two dining rooms and looks out to window seating and an outdoor patio.
- The rear dining room (aka 'The Wine Room') will host community nights every Monday where up to 50 people will be served four family style courses.
Beatrice & WoodsleyBeatrice & Woodsley [Photos: Adam Larkey]