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rd+d Awards

For the ninth consecutive year, we are calling for submissions into the rd+d Awards! Now through October 4, you may enter - at no charge - your restaurant design projects across seven categories.

The awards - and the magazine - are an effort to facilitate conversation and peer-driven learning. The awards were created to highlight and celebrate the excellence in restaurant design and concepting. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges and featured in the January/February issue. Click below to view all submission details, categories and to enter. Should you have any questions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Let’s take a moment and celebrate these fabulous, functional designs judged to be among the best of the best in rd+d’s annual contest.

There’s plenty to celebrate as the restaurant community continues to rebuild and apply important lessons learned over the last several years of upheaval. 

Let’s take a moment and celebrate these fabulous, functional designs judged to be among the best of the best in rd+d’s annual contest.

After the incredible challenges the hospitality community faced in 2020, celebrating the bright spots — the best projects and the teams that created them — feels more important than ever. With that in mind, the fifth annual rd+d awards highlight and celebrate excellence in restaurant design and concepting.

rd+d awards

The fourth annual rd+d awards are acelebration of our readers’ accomplishments.

Check out all the winners in rd+d's third annual awards! 

rd+d’s panel of judges spent an entire day reviewing submissions, taking notes, asking questions, advocating for their favorites and sometimes changing each other’s minds in order to narrow the entries down to these chosen few. Projects were scored based on submission criteria and the judges’ knowledge and experience.

The rd+d awards honor professionals doing great work in restaurant development and design, of course, but they also allow us to get closer to our readers, hear their stories and learn about the projects that make them proud.