Haute Living’s First Annual Restaurant Madness Competition Moves into the Finals this Week

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Voting for the finals in Haute Living’s Restaurant Madness—a voter-driven competition that sets out to find the voters’ favorite restaurant in each of five markets—begins Wednesday, April 18.

Haute Living’s first annual Restaurant Madness rolls into the final round when the clock strikes 12 on April 18. The restaurants going head-to-head in each market are as follows:

New York: Del Posto vs. Tao

San Francisco: SPQR vs. Spruce

Miami: Zuma vs. Nobu

Los Angeles: The Bazaar by José Andrés vs. BOA

Las Vegas: Craftsteak vs. Julian Serrano

Inspired by the popular NCAA March Madness, Haute Living’s chic twist on the competition offers readers a chance to vote for their favorite dining destinations in five different cities. Moving into the final round, only the most well-regarded eateries are competing for the number one spot.

The five-week tournament began March 22 with a carefully curated list of the 32 best restaurants in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Each week, two restaurants went up against each other, and voters cast their ballots for their preference within each faceoff. Now, the two restaurants with the most votes in each market will move on to the finals.

During the last round, Haute Living readers and restaurant patrons alike will support their favorite restaurants and determine who will be named the champion of Haute Living Restaurant Madness via a traditional tournament bracket. The winner of the entire tournament in each market will get a two-page editorial spread in the following issue of the magazine.

All submissions will be considered without restraints in regards to number of stars, existing reviews or type of cuisine.

About Haute Living:
Haute Living Magazine is a national luxury lifestyle magazine published in four markets—New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Haute Living Magazine features the top entrepreneurs, businesspeople, and notables in each market. Haute Living Magazine also highlights the best in luxury consumer goods, culinary hot spots and events. Haute Living recently redesigned its website and re-launched its Haute Time (http://www.hautetime.com) and Haute 100 (http://www.haute100.com) websites for state-of-the-art experiences.

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For more information, please visit: http://www.hauteliving.com/restaurantmadness/

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