- The spread and evolution of the tapas and small-plates concepts.
- Deconstructed versions of classic appetizers and desserts.
- Boutique meats and sausages.
- The opening of astonishing (and often astonishingly priced) Japanese and pan-Asian restaurants, particularly in New York City.
- Exciting additions to once-modest dining scenes in larger cities across North America.
- The flowering of progressive Indian restaurants, particularly in Chicago.
Top restaurants worth visiting are:
- The Inn at Little Washington, Virginia
- Le Bernardin, New York City
- Anise, Montréal
- Gary Danko, San Francisco
- The Fat Duck, Bray, England
- Le Tres Vaselle, Torgiano, Italy
- Matsuhisa, Beverly Hills
- Morimoto, Philadelphia
- Bradley Ogden, Las Vegas
- Pasion, Philadelphia
For more on What's Hot, What's Not and What's Next, pick up a copy of the January 2005 issue of Bon Appétit magazine.
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