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Vote For Houston’s Most Gorgeous New Restaurant of the Year

Which new spot is a stone cold stunner?

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Day three of the 2018 Eater Awards, an annual celebration of the finest talent and best restaurants in Houston, has arrived. Eater readers have already cast their votes for Restaurant of the Year and Chef of the Year, and now it’s time to choose the city’s most visually stunning new restaurant.

Here’s how it works: In each category, Eater editors will choose an editor’s choice winner, and readers can make their voices heard by voting for their favorites in each category. Polls for all five Eater Awards will be published daily throughout the end of the week, and the results will be announced in glamorous fashion on Wednesday, December 5. As is tradition, editor’s choice winners will win one of Eater’s coveted tomato can trophies alongside a lifetime of bragging rights.

This year, four Houston restaurants are vying for the Design of the Year award, including EaDo newcomer Indianola, The Classic on Washington Avenue, Nobu at the Galleria, and Bloom & Bee inside the glitzy Post Oak Hotel.

Without further ado, it’s time to make your voice heard. Cast your ballot below, and note that the polls will be open for the next 24 hours. We’ll be strictly policing results to prevent any voting irregularities.