Despite significant global challenges faced by the hospitality industry during 2022, it proved to be a fruitful year for hotel food and beverage innovation. In North America, Aman New York led the way by debuting Arva and Nama at its new premises in the city’s Crown Building, while in Toronto, Ace Hotel stunned with an F&B offering centred around the wood-fired restaurant Alder, and the chic rooftop bar Evangeline.

There was plenty to report from in Europe, too: at the celebrated Madrid Edition, Peruvian chef Diego Muñoz made his mark on the Spanish capital with the opening of Oroya, while in Paris, Jean Imbert took the reins at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée. The Hoxton wowed in Barcelona and London dazzled with openings such as The Aubrey at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, and restaurant, hotel and members’ club The Twenty Two. Asia also notched up an impressive score of new openings, including Tom Aikens’ new project, The Jade Room + Garden Terrace at The Tokyo Edition, Toranomon, and The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon’s glittering new rooftop restaurant, Ojo, launched with the acclaimed Mexican chef Francisco ‘Paco’ Ruano.

The outlook for 2023 is just as encouraging. According to data collected by THP, some 6,932 projects are currently in the pipeline globally – 3,016 of which are slated to open in the coming year. With that in mind, we’ve been keeping a close eye on the high-profile dining venues expected to launch over the next 12 months. Here, we round up the very best upcoming restaurants and bars from across the sector, from Switzerland to Singapore.