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Colorado Restaurant Association's 2016 Industry Spotlight Award Winners



The Colorado Restaurant Association's Industry Spotlight Awards celebrates the restaurant industry and the top stars of hospitality, while enjoying fantastic food and beverages with industry colleagues. 

This year’s event—on Tuesday, May 9, 2016 from 6pm – 10pm—will feature a progressive stand-up dinner hosted by 5 local female chefs and a silent auction that benefits the Colorado Restaurant Association Education Foundation.

Take a look at this year’s winners!

OUTSTANDING MEDIA PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE DISH AWARD:
Amanda Faison, 5280 Magazine


Jennifer Jasinski

PHILANTHROPIST SIGNATURE DISH AWARD:
Jennifer Jasinski, Rioja, Bistro Vendôme, Euclid Hall, Stoic & Genuine


Walter and Christie Isenberg

NOEL & TAMMY CUNNINGHAM HUMANITARIAN AWARD:
Walter and Christie Isenberg, Sage Hospitality


Black Eye Coffee Cap Hill

COLORADO HOMES & LIFESTYLES' BEST RESTAURANT DESIGN AWARD:
Black Eye Coffee Cap Hill

PINNACOL ASSURANCE SAFETY AWARD:
The Tavern Group

REACHING FOR THE STARS KNOEBEL AWARD:
The Weil Family Foundation


To The WInd

EXCEPTIONAL NEWCOMER SIGNATURE DISH AWARD:
Leanne Adamson and Royce Oliveira, To the Wind Bistro 
Kelly Morrison and Pariza Mehta, AMBLI Denver


Greg Howard

REGIONAL OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE DISH AWARD:
Mark Havens, Cafe Vino
Greg Howard, McCabe's Tavern


Bonanno

OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE DISH AWARD:
Frank Bonanno, Bonanno Concepts
Cathy Cooney, The Palm Restaurant


The Palm Restaurant

COLORADO FOODSERVICE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES:

Penny Parker
Craig Reed, The Broadmoor
Lee Goodfriend, David Racine and Dixon Staples, Racines, Goodfriends and Dixons
Tom Walls, Castle Cafe, Next Door, Trinity Grille

RICHARD P. AYERS AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
To be announced at the event! Learn more about the event at: A Progressive Dinner Honoring Restaurant Stars

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