Curtis Stone has just won ‘Best New Restaurant’ in the CultureMap Tastemaker Awards 2020 for his third US restaurant, Georgie by Curtis Stone in Dallas!

Given the dire state of the restaurant industry during Covid-19 this is welcome and wonderful news for Curtis, proudly flying the Aussie culinary flag over in the US.

Named after Curtis’ niece Georgie, the restaurant follows Curtis’ warm tradition of naming his restaurants after the women in his family.

First came Maude in Beverly Hills after his paternal granny in 2014, then Gwen in Hollywood after his maternal gran in 2016.

All three restaurants have now won ‘Best New Restaurant’ after launch and Maude and Gwen have gone on to win countless accolades, including a coveted Michelin star for Maude in 2019.

Additionally, chef Toby Archibald, a New Zealand native and alum of Daniel Boulud’s Café Boulud in both Toronto and New York, won ‘Rising Star Chef of the Year’ for his work at Georgie.

“It’s been an incredible experience to work with Executive Chef Toby Archibald on our Georgie menu. Texans know their meat, and as an exclusive importer of Australian Blackmore wagyu, we’re thrilled to share these beautiful cuts and other consciously sourced proteins and produce with the Dallas community” said Curtis.

Some more info on Georgie below, and on the awards here.

Georgie by Curtis Stone

Chef Curtis Stone, brother Luke Stone and Dallas partner Stephan Courseau introduced Georgie by Curtis Stone in the Knox District of Dallas in late 2019.

Inspired by the Stone brothers’ Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant in Los Angeles, Georgie by Curtis Stone focuses on integrity and sustainability, using high-quality ingredients sourced from responsible purveyors, as well as local farmers and ranchers.

Source:  www.georgiedallas.com.