Italian restaurant Del Villaggio and Café Opus at the Ikon gallery in Brindleyplace were among the winners at the 2015 Best of Broad Street Awards.
Known as the BOBs, the award scheme is now in its tenth year and celebrates the best businesses and staff in and around the famous Birmingham street.
Dozens of awards were handed out at the ceremony at the ICC including best restaurant for Del Villaggio and two best newcomers in the shape of American restaurant Coast to Coast (Broad Street) and Le Monde (Brindleyplace).
Café Opus, sister business to Opus at Cornwall Street and the recently opened Bar Opus at One Snowhill, took home best casual dining.
Best fine dining experience went to Indian restaurant Pushkar, Thai Edge was named top international restaurant and the overall venue category went to the newly named Barclaycard Arena.
Hyatt Regency took home the top hotel crown while a trio of bar awards went to Players (best bar), Malt House (best managed pub) and Mooch (best independent).
Unsung heroes of Broad Street were also recognised with the team at Lloyds Bar being named best door crew and Aaron Collins winning the best police officer category.
Nightclub Gatecrasher was recognised for its efforts to reduce crime, Christopher Bagnall won the community policing award and Frank Richards, from MSP Security, was named top door supervisor.
Superheroes was the theme of last night's event which was presented by ITV Central's Sameena Ali-Khan.