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Vote Now for the Most Gorgeous Twin Cities Restaurant of the Year

Which space dazzled?

Chef Remy is smiling, behind him is an arch int he restaurant, painted with a mural of the Hennepin Avenue bridge
Chef and owner Remy Pettus below Bardo’s Minneapolis bridge mural
Kevin Kramer / Eater Twin Cities

Today is day 3 of the 8th annual Eater Awards, where Eater city sites around the world honor the top talent of the past year. Next up: the Most Gorgeous Restaurant of the Year award category, where readers decide which space was the most stunning.

As with Monday’s Restaurant of the Year reader’s choice award and Tuesday’s Chef of the Year award, all 24 Eater cities grant prizes in various categories, with both an editor’s choice winner and a reader’s choice winner. Both will be announced on December 5th. Below, vote for which Twin Cities restaurant stood out in its design this year. The poll will close in 24 hours:

Poll

Which was the most stunning restaurant of 2017?

This poll is closed

  • 29%
    Bardo
    (187 votes)
  • 31%
    Young Joni
    (194 votes)
  • 10%
    Grand Cafe
    (63 votes)
  • 8%
    The Lynhall
    (51 votes)
  • 20%
    Bellecour
    (130 votes)
625 votes total Vote Now
The dining room at Bardo
Kevin Kramer / Eater Twin Cities
The dining room inside Wayzata’s Bellecour
Katie Cannon / Eater Twin Cities
The French wallpaper inside Grand Cafe
Photo by TJ Turner
A dimly lit room with black wallpaper decorated with small vintage framed art. A table with a wide backed wooden chair is set against the wall.
The back bar at Young Joni
Young Joni / Facebook page
A large white room with bookshelves, exposed wood beams, and a long farmhouse table set for dinner
Communal table inside The Lynhall
The Lynhall [Official]

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