It’s food awards season, and Eater just added its accolades to the pile.

The restaurant news and reviews site crowned Prospect Heights newcomer Olmsted, by chef Greg Baxtrom of Atera and Blue Hill at Stone Bars, as its restaurant of the year in New York City. When it came to chef of the year, the editors of Eater and the readers agreed it was Missy Robbins at Lilia, whose crew wowed at Wednesday night’s awards ceremony at Union Fare with the chicest ham sandwich ever (the secret was the Parmigiano butter that may as well have been cheese cream).

Check out our photos from the night, which was hosted by The Chew’s Carla Hall and featured Eater Award-winning chefs from around the country, and find all the NYC winners here.