A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for June's Foodable Top 25

A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for June's Foodable Top 25

By Jessica Bryant, Managing Editor

This month, we unveiled six city-level Top 25s using June data. Again, Foodable’s Top 25 rankings are not hand-selected by editors or readers, but rather are pulled from unstructured data from the Restaurant Social Media Index in conjunction with Foodable Labs. We track local consumers across 17 social media platforms, including Twitter, Google+ and Yelp, who frequently engage with restaurant brands each month. Below, we take a deeper look into the No. 1 restaurants across the board for June.

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A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

By Jessica Bryant, Managing Editor

Another month has come and gone, which means new data to determine the Top 25 Restaurants in your favorite U.S. food cities!

This month, we rolled out the top restaurants for Austin (NEW City), Boston, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, New Orleans, PDX, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C.

These rankings are based on May 2015 data from Foodable Labs in partnership with our sister company DigitalCoCo’s proprietary Restaurant Social Media Index (RSMI), the most comprehensive index for the restaurant & foodservice industry. (Learn how the rankings work here.)

This Month’s No. 1’s

Austin: Josephine House

Josephine House, sister restaurant of Jeffrey’s, is a fine dining institution located in the historic Clarksville neighborhood. Josephine’s is owned by McGuire Moorman Hospitality with culinary direction led by Chef Alex Manley and her team. Nestled in a cottage with a clean aesthetic, the restaurant features an intimate bar with marble background, dark hardwood floors, and stark white walls. Outside, guests can dine or lounge with cocktail in hand on the front lawn or patio. Josephine’s rotating menu is made up of eclectic dishes, all of which are locally sourced. Check out the full premier list of Austin’s Top 25 Restaurants here.

Josephine House
1601 Waterston Ave.
Austin, TX 78703

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A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

By Jessica Bryant, Managing Editor

Our Foodable Top 25 Restaurants have been released for this month, featuring Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and Phoenix.

These rankings are based on April 2015 data from our sister company’s proprietary Restaurant Social Media Index (RSMI), the most comprehensive index for the restaurant industry.

This Month’s No. 1’s

Chicago: Avec

With a stripped-down, minimalistic interior with floor-to-ceiling wood and cube stools, Avec’s color shines through in its dishes. The food menu — with a theme to Midwestern interpretations of Mediterranean — includes both small and large plates, a “cheese from our cave” section with varieties from France, Spain, Italy and the U.S., and desserts. Guests can enjoy anything from beef and pinnate kibbeh sausage with pomegranate, dill, farro and feta cheese to shrimp pizza with meyer lemon, calabrian chile, and rapini pesto. With Chef de Cuisine Perry Hendrix at the forefront (he’s also CDC at Blackbird, one of Avec’s sister restaurants), the menu is packed with fresh local ingredients and the restaurant is considered wine-focused, which is fitting considering wine is how Hendrix initially became involved in the culinary scene.

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A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

A Deeper Look Into the No. 1 Restaurants for This Month's Foodable Top 25

By Jessica Bryant, Managing Editor

Our Foodable Top 25 Restaurants have been released for this month, featuring Boston, Denver, Miami, New Orleans, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C.

These rankings are based on March 2015 data from our sister company’s proprietary Restaurant Social Media Index (RSMI), the most comprehensive index for the restaurant industry.

This Month’s No. 1's

Boston: Liquid Art House.

Located in Boston’s Bay Village neighborhood, Liquid Art House is more than a sight to be seen. Though it may be visually stimulating with wall art and murals (with a mantra of “Eat Your Art Out”), Liquid Art House appeals to all senses (and to a wide variety of guests). The menu is rounded out with local ingredients, whole communal roasts, and a fair balance of veg-friendly dishes and meat. With a heavy hand in supporting the arts with pop-up gallery and style events, and with Chef Rachel Klein — named “Best New Chef” by The Boston Globe and Boston Magazine — steering the concept, it’s no wonder it's a front-runner status this month. Check out the full Boston Top 25 Restaurants for March here.

Liquid Art House
The Arlington, 100 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116

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