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. See Full Gallery

Apr 12, 2011

TOC Honors Chicago's Top Foodies

TOC Honors Chicago's Top Foodies

Chicago's culinary royalty get their just desserts.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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. See Full Gallery

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