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Photos: Food & Drink Awards ceremony 2014

Check out the chefs and bartenders who came out to Time Out New York's annual culinary bash

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Ivan Orkin (Ivan Orkin Slurp Shop), Wylie Dufresne (Alder), Food & Drink editor Mari Uyehara and Danny Bowien (Mission Cantina)

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Mario Carbone and Jeff Zalaznick (Carbone)
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Richard Kuo, Patrick Cappiello and Branden McRill (Pearl & Ash)

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Bunker
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Ann Redding and Matt Danzer (Uncle Boons)
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Dominique Ansel (Dominique Ansel Bakery)
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2014 Food & Drink Award winners
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Union Square Hospitality Group's Sabato Sagaria, Danny Meyer and Mark Rosati with Food & Drink editor Mari Uyehara

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James Tune (Golden Cadillac)
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Golden Cadillac
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Bryce Shuman (Betony)
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Food & Drink editor Mari Uyehara

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2014 Food & Drink Awards winners class photo
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DJ DRM of Bastard Jazz
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Editor in Chief Terri White with friends
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Bunker
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Toro
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Toro​
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Dominique Ansel Bakery milk and cookie shots
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Jenn Yee and Damon Wise (Lafayette)
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Eamon Rockey and Bryce Shuman (Betony) in the photobooth
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Don Lee (Golden Cadillac) in the photobooth
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Editor in Chief Terri White and Deputy Editor Carla Sosenko in the photobooth
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Best New Cocktail Bar nominees Attaboy, Long Island Bar and Golden Cadillac crafted signature cocktails from spirits donated by Anchor Distilling.

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Best New Cocktail Bar nominees Attaboy, Long Island Bar and Golden Cadillac crafted signature cocktails from spirits donated by Anchor Distilling.

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Best New Cocktail Bar nominees Attaboy, Long Island Bar and Golden Cadillac crafted signature cocktails from spirits donated by Anchor Distilling.

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Best New Cocktail Bar nominees Attaboy, Long Island Bar and Golden Cadillac crafted signature cocktails from spirits donated by Anchor Distilling.

Last night, Gotham's culinary glitterati gathered for the Time Out New York's 2014 Food & Drink Awards presented by Stella Artois. Among the Readers' Choice categories, red-sauce young turks Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick (Carbone) won big, taking home both Best New Restaurant and Chefs of the Year. Meanwhile, raw-fish wunderkind Daisuke Nakazawa snagged Best New Sushi for his white-hot Sushi Nakazawa. Our critics honored bestowed the "Soy, Vey!" Award upon Ivan Ramen and the Beyond the Kale Award upon Dover.

Danny Bowien (in an Opening Ceremony varsity jacket, natch) kicked it with fellow winners Wylie Dufresne and Ivan Orkin, while industry godfather Danny Meyercirculated through the room. Dominique Ansel served his latest pastry hit—the milk-and-cookie shot—alongside Betony's foie gras bonbons, Pearl & Ash's lamb belly with hearts of palm, and Bunker's popcorn shrimp and bay scallops on crab chips. Best New Cocktail nominees Attaboy, Long Island Bar and Golden Cadillac crafted signature cocktails from spirits generously donated by Anchor Distilling.

After the winners were announced by Food & Drink editor Mari Uyehara, revelers tossed back more drinks and danced the night away to beats by DJ DRM, carrying on to the after-party at Heath in the McKittrick for bubbly. Click through the photos above to see highlights from the evening.

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mary m
mary m

cant believe tix were $75 - for 5 food stations and smelly fried croque monsieur triangles passed around. this year tony sold out - bring back the old awards show with smaller venues and more winners tastings. 2014 was a drink show, not to mention they didnt let people in until way after 7pm start - marquee venue said it all.