New York (PRWEB) March 28, 2012
Haute Living is pleased to continue the first annual Restaurant Madness, with Round two beginning at midnight, Mar. 28. (Tonight at 12 a.m.)
New York: The 16 restaurants that will advance to the second round: Jean Georges, Daniel, The Lion, Cipriani, Del Posto, Il Mulino, Balthazar, The Darby, Catch, Per Se, Mr. Chow, Nobu, Peter Luger, Bond St, Tao, and Rao’s. To Vote, Click Here: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/new-york/round-2/
Miami: The 16 restaurants that will advance to the second round: Quattro, Joe's Stone Crab, Il Mulino, Meat Market, Carpaccio, Bianca, Zuma, 1500 Degrees, Nobu, Prime 112, Mr. Chow, Hakkasan, Michael's Genuine, Azul, The Forge, Cecconi's. To Vote, Click Here: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/miami/round-2/
Los Angeles: The 16 restaurants that will advance to the second round: Cut By Wolfgang, Dan Tanas, Koi, Spago, Crustacean Beverly Hills, The Bazaar by José Andrés, Bouchon, Soho House, Cleo, BOA, Mr. Chow, Nobu, Scarpetta, Katsuya, Red O and Matsuhisa. To Vote Second Round, Click Here: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/los-angeles/round-2/
San Francisco: The 16 restaurants that will advance to the second round: French Laundry, SPQR, Quince, Jardiniere, Waterbar, Sushi Ran, Saison, Aziza, Gary Danko, Benu, Meadowood, Boulevard, Michael Mina, Bouchon, Spruce, Ame. To Vote Second Round, Click Here: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/san-francisco/round-2/
Las Vegas: The 16 restaurants that will advance to the second round: Craftsteak, Jaleo, Prime Steakhouse, Mix, Restaurant Guy Savoy, TAO, STK, Bouchon, Comme Ca, Cut, Eiffel Tower, Joel Robuchon, Julian Serrano, Bartolotta, Blue Ribbon Sushi, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon. To Vote Second Round, Click Here: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/las-vegas/round-2/
Appropriately coinciding with NCAA March Madness, Haute Living readers are voting for their favorite restaurants in their cities. As we move into the “Sweet 16” phase, Haute Living expects even more reader participation and votes for the second round.
The five-week tournament began Mar. 22 with a list of the 32 best restaurants in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas—chosen initially by the Haute Living curators. The restaurants have been competing against one another—with 16 pairs of restaurants, 32 restaurants, going head to head all of last week for readers to vote for their preference within each faceoff. The 16 restaurants with the most votes within each pair will now advance to the next round.
Ultimately, after the five-week period, voters comprised of Haute Living’s readers and restaurant patrons who want to support their favorite posts, will determine who will be named the champion of Haute Living Restaurant Madness by way of a traditional tournament bracket. The winner of the entire tournament will get a two-page editorial spread in the following issue of the magazine.
Unique to this tournament is that is about finding voters’ genuinely favorite restaurant. All submissions will be considered without restraints in regards to number of stars, existing reviews or type of cuisine.
About Haute Living:
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