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What Is New York’s Stone Cold Stunner?

It's time to vote for the best-designed restaurant of the year

In one week from today, Eater will present the 2016 Eater Awards, our seventh annual celebration of all that's made the restaurant world run — and run wild — in the past 12 months. Winners will be selected on both the local and national levels in five major categories, and the voting begins right now. The polls are now closed for restaurant of the year, and the chef of the year round is wrapping up now. Today, we focus on design. Which restaurant is this year’s Stone Cold Stunner? Decide in the polls below.

Here's how the voting works: Eater Editors have named nominees in their cities for a handful of major categories. Editors will pick winners from the nominees, and readers will vote to award one nominee in each category with a readers’ choice award. Ready to play your part? This poll will be open for 24 hours; voting irregularities will be strictly policed. Take a nice long look at this year's Stone Cold Stunner nominees below:

Le Coucou

Photos by Nick Solares

Augustine

Photos by Nick Solares

Tables with draping white tablecloths spread out in a high ceilinged room with mirrors on the wall Nick Solares/Eater
Augustine Nick Solares

Sauvage

Photos by Paul Crispin Quitoriano

Westlight

Photos by Daniel Krieger

Cafe Altro Paradiso

Photos by Nick Solares

Cafe Altro Paradiso’s high-ceilinged dining room Nick Solares/Eater

Le Coucou

138 Lafayette Street, Manhattan, NY 10013 (212) 271-4252 Visit Website

Augustine

5 Beekman Street, New York, New York 10038 212-375-0010 Visit Website

Sauvage

905 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 (718) 486-6816 Visit Website

Cafe Altro Paradiso [NYC]

234 Spring St., New York, NY 10013

Westlight

111 North 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249 (718) 307-7100 Visit Website
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