These local restaurants and chefs are James Beard Award semifinalists



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Nightshade Noodle Bar chef Rachel Miller has been named a semi-finalist by the James Beard Foundation. Globe Stick/Barry Chin

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The James Beard Foundation today announced the semifinalists for the 2023 Restaurant and Chef Awards. Twelve Massachusetts restaurants and chefs have been named to the list, which recognizes “exceptional talent in the culinary and food media industries,” according to a press release. Nominations will be shared on March 29, with the final winners to be honored on June 5 at the Chicago restaurant and chef James Beard Awards.

“It’s always an exciting time as we begin the awards cycle and recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals and teams across the country,” said James Beard Foundation CEO Claire Reichenbach. Click the button. “After a year of radical change, we look forward to building on our achievements and celebrating those who, through their talent and skill, service to others and commitment to a better industry, are creating a better future for us all. and more stable.

Here is the full list of Massachusetts semifinalists in each category:

An outstanding chef

An outstanding restaurant

An emerging leader

The best new restaurant

Special wine and other beverage program

Best Chef: Northeast

  • Douglas Williams of MIDA in Boston

See the full list of 2023 semifinalists here.


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