Petit Trois Is One of Food & Wine’s 2015 Restaurants of the Year

The national magazine’s new award recognizes the country’s best openings of the past year

The accolades just won’t quit (and rightfully so) for Petit Trois. The collaboration from chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo was recently recognized with a James Beard Awards nomination for Best New Restaurant, and now Food & Wine has ranked it as one of its 2015 Restaurants of the Year.

This is the first time the national magazine has ever given these awards, which recognize “the most exceptional openings of the past year.” Other awardees include Cosme in New York City, chef Enrique Olvera’s first non-Mexico City restaurant; San Francisco’s The Progress from Stuart Brioza and Nicole Kransinki; and Mashama Bailey’s The Grey, a Savannah, Georgia spot set in a 1938 Greyhound station.

Food & Wine Editor in Chief Dana Cowin says the list of picks showcases “the most forward-thinking chefs and restaurateurs in the country.” You can read more on the Food & Wine Web site and in their July issue, which hits newsstands June 19.