Called Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants 2013-2021: Pasado y Futuro, the retrospective ranking will recognize 100 restaurants based on the aggregated votes of the previous eight editions of the ranking since the awards’ inception in 2013.
The ranked ‘greatest hits’ list will be revealed simultaneously at a series of live events held in key cities across the region, accompanied by a number of special awards.
It will mark a return to local physical events after a virtual awards in 2020 that saw Don Julio in Buenos Aires, Argentina, named The Best Restaurant in Latin America.
“We are excited to present this special one-off edition of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants 2013-2021: Pasado y Futuro,” says William Drew, director of content for Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurant.
“The local city events will give the gastronomic communities of Latin America the chance to come together again to celebrate the power of unity and recovery during challenging times. The ranking will also provide food-loving travellers with an authoritative gastronomic reference point when international travel becomes the norm once again.”
50 Best aims to return to a regular annual ranking in Latin America in 2022.