Bon Appétit magazine has released its list of the 50 best new restaurants in the United States, with Philadelphia eateries holding two spots.

The magazine this week listed South Philly Barbacoa and Wm. Mulherin's Sons among their selections for the best restaurants in the mid-Atlantic region. In that region, the Philly eateries were joined by restaurants located in Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.

South Philly Barbacoa, which calls East Passyunk home, serves up tacos, pancita, consommé, and barbacoa by the kilo. Owners Christina Martinez and Ben Miller opened their brick-and-mortar location last year after previously starting things off with a food cart.

Wm. Mulherin's Sons in Fishtown, meanwhile, earned three bells from food critic Craig LaBan last month for its modern Italian cooking. Owners Randy Cook and David Grasso, along with chef Chris Painter, opened the restaurant in March this year.

Last year, Bon Appétit also placed two Philadelphia restaurants on its list of best new restaurants: Dizengoff and Townsend. The magazine last year also named Dizengoff's hummus its 'dish of the year.'

From here, Bon Appétit will pare the list down to "The Hot 10," as well as choose an overall winner. The final rankings will be announced on Tuesday, August 16.