TOC Eat Out Awards | NBC Chicago
Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011
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By Marcus Riley

PHOTOS: TOC Eat Out Awards 2011

Chicago's top culinary talent is recognized at the annual awards ceremony.View gallery

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Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Honors Chicago's Top Foodies

TOC Honors Chicago's Top Foodies

Chicago's culinary royalty get their just desserts.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Chef of the Year

TOC Awards: Chef of the Year

Stephanie "Skittles" Izard picks up her lastest piece of hardware.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Restaurateur of the Year

TOC Awards: Restaurateur of the Year

The Boka Restaurant Group hits the podium for the first, but not the last time of the evening.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Best New Restaurant

TOC Awards: Best New Restaurant

The Girl & the Goat takes home the top prize in one of the most highly-competitive categories.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Best New Steakhouse

TOC Awards: Best New Steakhouse

Mastros, Chicago Cut, Benny's or Epic? See who took home the top prize.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Critic's Pick: Best Change of Pace

TOC Critic's Pick: Best Change of Pace

Jeff Pikus of Maude's Liquor's dares to be different.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Best Food Truck

TOC Awards: Best Food Truck

Matt Maroni of Gastro-wagon doesn't hold back in his acceptance speech.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

TOC Awards: Lifetime Achievement

TOC Awards: Lifetime Achievement

Award-winning restaurateur Scott Harris is honored for his groundbreaking work in the Chicago food scene.

Wednesday, Feb 9, 2011
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By Hannah Chanpong

PHOTOS: TOC's "Restaurateur of the Year" Nominees

Vote for your favorite on Time Out Chicago's Web site.View gallery

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