Recently, Bon Appétit’s Andrew Knowlton named his 10 best new restaurants of 2013. Now, Esquire critic John Mariani has come out with his own list of superlatives for the year, which is notable in that it has only two points of overlap with the BA list: Rolf and Daughters in Nashville, and The Ordinary in Charleston.

If his NYC selections (Betony, Juni, the Elm) are anything to go by, Mariani is more taken by luxe ingredients and technical cooking than the continued trend for stripped-down, DIY dining showcased in other parts of the country.

Check out the full rundown below:

Restaurant of the Year
Betony (New York)

Chef of the Year
Michael Chiarello of Coqueta (San Francisco)

Rest of the list

Blue Dragon (Boston)
Bronwyn (Somerville)
Carriage House (Chicago)
Del Campo (Washington, D.C.)
The Elm (Brooklyn)
Embeya (Chicago)
Hinoki & the Bird (Los Angeles)
Juni (New York)
King + Duke (Atlanta)
Mariza (New Orleans)
MC Kitchen (Miami)
The Ordinary (Charleston)
Paiche (Marina del Rey)
Rolf and Daughters (Nashville)
Spoon Bar & Kitchen (Dallas)
Stampede 66 (Dallas)
Trois Mec (Los Angeles)
Virtù (Scottsdale)

[via Esquire]