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Scenes from D Magazine’s Best New Restaurants Dinner

On Wednesday, December 5, attendees had the opportunity to savor and taste dishes from this year's Best New Restaurants.
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Scenes from D Magazine’s Best New Restaurants Dinner

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More than 140 people joined D Magazine for an intimate 10-course meal at Café Momentum on Wednesday, December 5 to celebrate the Best New Restaurants of 2018. From Bullion and The French Room, to Billy Can Can and Fine China, these restaurants each prepared their favorite small dish for us to taste. The dishes were paired with custom drinks courtesy of LuxRow Distillery like the Downtown Smash and the DMaghatten. The night concluded with an incredible round of applause to Café Momentum for hosting and to the interns that are a part of Café Momentum’s post-release program, for their pristine service. We were proud to donate a majority of the ticket proceeds to Café Momentum and its mission.

Thank you to our incredible sponsors which made this beautiful event possible: Celebrity Cruises and LuxRow Distillery. A special thank you to Kendall Jackson for providing the wine and to Rahr & Sons Brewing for bringing the beer.

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