Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurants in the U.S.

Award-winning restaurants this year spanned six continents and 51 countries. Global labor challenges and ongoing COVID-19 restrictions continued to limit dine-in capacity in some markets; for instance, some Asian nations were closed to international tourists for nearly the entire data evaluation period.

1. The Old Stamp House Restaurant

The Old Stamp House Restaurant is at the heart of the Lake District village of Ambleside, housed in the former office of William Wordsworth, who was the Westmorland Distributor of Stamps for a time.

This intimate 28 cover restaurant tucked away in a quiet corner of Church Street, first tentatively opened its doors in 2014. The brothers behind it head chef, Ryan Blackburn, and restaurant manager, Craig Blackburn, set out to offer a unique glimpse into the food and cultural heritage of Cumbria.
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2. Lahaina Grill

Lahaina Grill is located at 127 Lahainaluna Rd. in Lahaina Town on the west side of the island of Maui. We are at the heart of Lahaina Town just two blocks down from Honoapiilani Highway (Highway 30).
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3. The Restaurant at Gideon Ridge

Gideon Ridge Inn was constructed as a personal home beginning 1939 and finished in 1941. The house remained a personal residence until 1982 when it was bought and changed into a small bed and breakfast. 

In 1984 the Milner family purchased the establishment and has restored the building and each of the ten guest rooms. In 2000, Cobb and Cindy Milner opened The Restaurant at Gideon Ridge.
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4. The Lincoln Inn & Restaurant At The Covered Bridge

Dishes are crafted with only the freshest ingredients. The 7 and 12-course chef tasting menus change nightly, as the menu is based on the best available products that day. Wines are taken seriously at The Lincoln Inn & Restaurant. Each wine on the list has been hand-selected by Mara, whose passion and knowledge of wine combined with Chef Jevgenija Saramova’s trained palate create a pairing par to none.
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5. Cafe Monarch

Cafe Monarch first opened its doors in 2007. It was under different ownership and operated in a small, intimate setting, serving only a handful of guests in the kitchen. The chef/owner served brunch, lunch, and dinner in a kitchen smaller than most homes. Cafe Monarch offered guests a market driven, prix-fixe menu.

Christian worked one season for the previous chef/owner and introduced his parents to the chef/owner Christopher Van Arsdale. In 2013, the Lewkowicz family purchased Cafe Monarch. Husband and Wife Gustavo and Sofia Lewkowicz along with their sons' Phillip and Christian Lewkowicz, reopened Cafe Monarch in October 2013. 
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6. Halls Chophouse

The Hall family opened the doors of Halls Chophouse Charleston in 2009, but their pursuit of exceptional hospitality started long before. Bill Hall spent more than forty years of his career operating hotels and restaurants in Pinehurst, Hilton Head Island, Sea Island, Napa Valley, and Pebble Beach with his wife Jeanne by his side. After their daughter Stacey moved to the Holy City to attend the College of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Hall decided to plant roots in the Lowcountry and open a restaurant of their own. Halls Chophouse had it all: the finest steaks money could buy, an extensive wine list, hearty family-style sides-- but it was the service and warmth of the staff that set them apart. Today, Halls Chophouse Charleston has three sister properties of the same name in Greenville, Columbia, Nexton (Summerville) and coming soon: Nashville. The Hall family also owns and operates Slightly North of Broad, High Cotton, Rita’s Seaside Grille and Halls Signature Events.

In memory of Mr. Bill Hall, 1946-2020 “Service before self”
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7. Six Tables a Restaurant

Six Tables a Restaurant was opened in 2004 by Jonathan Fyhrie, and quickly became a cornerstone of the Downtown Boca dining scene. Tom and I are grateful for all the hard work that Jon & Deborah have put into Six Tables, and look forward to building upon its stellar reputation. 
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8. Inn at Little Washington

In 2019, The Inn at Little Washington became the first and only 3 Star Michelin restaurant in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The Inn is also the longest tenured Forbes 5 Star and AAA Five Diamond restaurant in the world.
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9. Sazón

Originally from Mexico City, Chef Fernando Olea has been enthralling diners in Santa Fe since 1991 with his unique interpretation of contemporary and traditional Mexican dishes. Chef Olea creates sophisticated flavors using Old Mexico’s indigenous and culinary traditions alongside ingredients from around the world. His menu is deliberately small, featuring fresh and locally sourced produce and meats when possible. Nothing evokes the mystery of Mexican cuisine more than mole, a regional dish from the heart of the country.
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10. Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina, a Nashville Steakhouse

Reservations strongly recommended. Complimentary valet parking provided for up to 4 hours. Please note, guests are permitted to bring up to 3 (750ml) bottles of outside wine, however, each bottle will be charged a $50 corkage fee. Corkage is not offered for bottles currently featured on our wine list.
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