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Tawaran Makan-Makan Terbaik di Setiap Negeri

Tawaran Makan-Makan Terbaik di Setiap Negeri

Satu nasihat: Datang lapar

Dengan hormat Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

Ada sesuatu mengenai kesepakatan atau bufet semua-yang-boleh-makan yang membuat kita merasa seperti kerabat diraja. Tetapi beberapa tawaran makan-makan lebih baik daripada yang lain, dan ini adalah yang terbaik.

Metodologi

Untuk mengumpulkan senarai tersebut, kami melihat banyak tawaran makanan-makanan yang disukai dari setiap negeri, kemudian menilai berdasarkan pilihan makanan, hiasan, penilaian di laman web tinjauan dan tahap terkenal tempatan. Kami juga memastikan bahawa walaupun tawaran ini berada pada harga yang lebih tinggi, harganya tetap bernilai. Tidak kira gaya makanan yang dihidangkan, tawaran makan-makan-semua ini telah memperoleh status legenda. Pastikan anda mengikuti peraturan utama: jangan isi roti.

Alabama: Barnyard Buffet (Saraland)

Barnyard Buffet / Yelp

Di Barnyard Buffet gaya Selatan yang terkenal di Saraland, Alabama, anda akan mendapat lebih daripada 40 persembahan dari dua bar panas, dengan sesuatu yang baru setiap hari dalam seminggu. Selalu ada ayam goreng dan ikan, anak anjing, panggang periuk, mac dan keju, kentang tumbuk dan ubi gula-gula bersama dengan pelbagai jenis daging, sup, makanan goreng dan sayur-sayuran. Terdapat juga banyak spesial hujung minggu (termasuk penyebaran hari minggu yang kelihatan seperti meja Thanksgiving Selatan yang hebat) dan bufet sarapan hujung minggu juga popular. Harga melebihi $ 13.

Alaska: Pembakar Salmon Gold Creek (Juneau)

Pembakar Salmon Gold Creek / Yelp

Sejak tahun 1978, Gold Creek Salmon Bake telah membawa pelancong yang lapar ke perkemahan di Salmon Creek. Di Juneau, Alaska, tempat, orang boleh membeli emas, marshmallow panggang, menikmati hutan belantara dan mengambil bahagian dalam perayaan salmon segar yang anda boleh makan. Ikan salmon, yang merupakan makanan yang mesti anda cuba ketika berada di Alaska, dipanggang di atas api alderwood dan disajikan dengan ayam, pelbagai lauk pauk dan kue blueberry untuk pencuci mulut. Pengembaraan berharga $ 56 untuk orang dewasa dan $ 42 untuk kanak-kanak dan ditawarkan dari akhir April hingga awal Oktober.

Arizona: Buffet Kuda Berkelana (Scottsdale)

Kahuna Besar K./Yelp

Terletak di Talking Stick Resort di Scottsdale, Arizona, Wandering Horse Buffet menawarkan pelbagai jenis masakan Itali, Asia, Mexico, Mediterranean dan Amerika. Terdapat stesen ukiran, pizza oven bata, hidangan pencuci mulut, sarapan pagi Champagne Sunday, pesta tulang rusuk utama pada hari Rabu dan kaki kepiting raja tanpa had pada hari Jumaat dan Sabtu malam. Resort ini juga menempatkan Orange Sky, salah satu restoran istimewa khas Amerika.

Arkansas: Kedai dan Restoran Brown's Country (Benton)

Kedai dan Restoran Brown yang menyeronokkan dan kitschy adalah mercu tanda Benton, Arkansas. Kedai negara ini menjual lebih dari 30 jenis coklat buatan tangan, setanding dengan kedai coklat terbaik di Amerika. Tetapi bufet inilah yang meletakkan tempat ini di peta. Ini adalah masakan rumah 100 kaki dari negara asal. Ayam bakar, ayam goreng, ikan keli goreng, panggang periuk, ayam dan ladu, udang kupas, makan anak anjing, mac dan keju, puding pisang ... semuanya ada di sini, semuanya boleh anda makan, dan ia akan hanya memberi anda kembali $ 11.95 paling banyak.

California: Hae Jang Chon (Los Angeles)

Anda akan sukar untuk mendapatkan tawaran makan-makan yang lebih baik di California daripada apa yang ditawarkan di Hae Jang Chon, yang terletak di Koreatown Los Angeles. Di tempat barbeku Korea ini, anda boleh memilih dari pelbagai pilihan 30 menu termasuk brisket, tulang rusuk pendek, bulgogi dan perut babi serta makanan laut, sayur-sayuran dan bahkan daging sapi, yang boleh anda masak sendiri di atas panggangan batu Korea. Sup, salad, nasi goreng kimchi dan lempeng kimchi ditawarkan di sebelah. Perayaan itu berharga $ 27.99 untuk makan tengah hari dan $ 29.99 untuk makan malam.

Colorado: Los Cabos II (Denver)

Denver spot Los Cabos II membawa masakan Peru asli ke Colorado, dan bufet makan tengah hari, disajikan pada hari kerja dari 11 pagi hingga 2 petang. dan Ahad dari 11 pagi hingga 5 petang, adalah yang terbaik di negeri ini. Persembahan yang tepat berubah secara berkala, tetapi harapkan makanan klasik Peru seperti sup ikan, arroz caldo, kerang dan rebusan daging sapi, dan aji de galina - ayam dan kentang yang diparut dalam sos krim.

Connecticut: Evergreens di Simsbury Inn (Simsbury)

Evergreens di Simsbury, Connecticut, terletak di dalam sebuah hotel spektakuler yang disebut Simsbury Inn, dan bufet sarapan pagi Ahadnya sangat luar biasa. Crêpes suzette, wafel dan omelet Belgia yang dibuat mengikut pesanan, sirloin dan kalkun berukir, lobster mac dan keju, salmon berkerak wijen, scallopini daging sapi, telur rebus dengan stik panggang, dan pelbagai jenis pencuci mulut di antara banyak kepakaran bergilir lain adalah milik anda untuk pengambilan.

Delaware: Deerfield (Newark)

Makan tengah hari Ahad yang disajikan di Newark, Delaware, kelab golf dan tempat perkahwinan terkenal Deerfield tidak kurang hebatnya. Ditawarkan dari akhir Oktober hingga awal Mei, makanan tengah hari ini mempunyai stesen makanan laut di mana anda tidak mahu terlepas kek ketam dan tiram Rockefeller. Di luar kerang, terdapat telur Benedict, stesen ukiran, daging babi yang ditarik, paha ayam panggang, sup, salad, bagel dan pastri sarapan. Jangan ketinggalan dinding donat dan makanan penutup yang besar.

Florida: The Circle (Pantai Palm)

Breakers Palm Beach telah menjadi salah satu destinasi mewah terkemuka di negara ini sejak ia dibina di Palm Beach, Florida, pada tahun 1926. Tidak ada kekurangan pilihan tempat makan yang menakjubkan di hotel ini yang semestinya bernilai tinggi, tetapi pastikan anda berjaya makan tengah hari Ahad di ruang makan The Circle yang indah dan mewah, yang lengkap dengan pemandangan laut, siling fresco 30 kaki dan mural bujur yang menggambarkan pemandangan zaman Renaissance. Ketam, sushi, kaviar, ikan segar, daging domba, tenderloin daging lembu yang diukir, telur dadar, keju, pate dan lebih daripada 30 pencuci mulut semuanya boleh diambil, dengan harpist berjalan-jalan dari meja ke meja untuk boot. Ayuh lapar dan harganya berbaloi dengan ($) $ 125 setiap orang.

Georgia: Nori Nori (Atlanta)

Nori Nori di Atlanta membawa pelbagai jenis sushi dan hidangan Jepun dan gabungan lain untuk Georgia. Bersama dengan lebih daripada 15 jenis sushi nigiri dan hampir 30 gulungan kreatif, pengunjung dapat menikmati pelbagai hidangan termasuk tataki daging lembu, kaki kepiting salji, tulang rusuk pendek, gyoza, yakitori, kerang putih, mi yakisoba, dan bermacam-macam pencuci mulut mulai dari kek keju coklat hingga ais krim teh hijau. Harganya bermula dari $ 18.25 hingga $ 33.95.

Hawaii: 100 Sails (Honolulu)

100 Sails adalah restoran bufet terbaik di Honolulu, yang menawarkan lima buah bufet berbeza: sarapan, makan tengah hari, makan malam, makan tengah hari Sabtu Hawaii dan makan tengah hari Ahad, dari harga dari $ 35 hingga $ 62. Singgah untuk makan tengah hari pada hari Sabtu dan anda akan menjumpai pesta Hawaii termasuk babi kalua, babi lau lau, nasi panjang ayam dan haupia. Pada menu makan malam, cari salmon lomi-lomi, poke, ayam berkulit macadamia, udang kupas dan makan dan daging lembu yang direbus wain merah.

Idaho: Buffet Cina Besar (Boise)

Menjadi kuat selama hampir 20 tahun, Boise, Idaho yang dikasihi, institusi China Grand Buffet menyajikan klasik Cina dan Jepun, lebih daripada 200 item keseluruhannya. Bersama dengan pelbagai jenis hidangan Cina-Amerika (dan banyak dim sum), restoran ini juga mempunyai panggangan hibachi dan bar sushi, yang harganya hanya bernilai: $ 8.50 untuk makan tengah hari dan $ 11.75 untuk makan malam.

Illinois: Buffet Eropah Warsaw Inn (Lynwood)

Lebih daripada 60 barang buatan sendiri ada di menu di Warsaw Inn di Lynwood, Illinois, yang, seperti namanya, menyiratkan bahasa Poland. Sosej Poland segar, sauerkraut, kubis yang disumbat, penkek kentang (salah satu kaedah terbaik untuk memasak kentang), keju dan epal dan pelbagai pierogi disertai dengan hidangan istimewa malam termasuk itik panggang, daging babi tepung roti dan daging babi panggang.

Indiana: Perjalanan (Indianapolis)

Tidak semestinya The Journey adalah destinasi, tetapi kegemaran Indianapolis ini sebenarnya besar destinasi. Di sini anda dapat menjumpai sushi, makanan laut dan hidangan yang diinspirasikan dari Asia. Para tetamu boleh menikmati puluhan maki, gunkanmaki, nigari, temaki dan sashimi yang berbeza. Terdapat juga pelbagai jenis hidangan panas dan sejuk termasuk tulang rusuk babi barbeku, ketam biru dalam sos tiram, teriyaki ikan todak panggang, tataki daging lembu, kaki kepiting salji dan salad mi kacang sejuk.

Iowa: Americana (Des Moines)

Americana menarik perhatian ramai orang di Des Moines, Iowa, selama seminggu untuk stiknya yang hebat, pinggan bersama dan tepung daging yang dibungkus dengan daging, tetapi ia benar-benar bersinar pada hujung minggu, ketika melancarkan Bombshell Brunch Buffet. Lebih daripada 40 item disediakan, termasuk semua hidangan sarapan ikonik, stesen keju panggang, bar kentang tumbuk, stesen taco sarapan buatan sendiri, sebilangan besar pencuci mulut dan marys dan mimosas berdarah tanpa dasar. Terdapat banyak barangan bebas gluten juga.

Kansas: Cinzetti's (Overland Park)

Cinzetti's membanggakan pesta Itali sepuasnya dengan harga mulai dari $ 11.49 hingga $ 16.89. Lebih daripada 55 hidangan disajikan dari lapan stesen, dan tempat yang menarik termasuk lasagna Bolognese, cumi, cacciatore ayam, sup minestrone dan enam pizza berbeza yang terdapat di sana dengan apa yang anda dapati di rantai pizza terbaik di Amerika.

Kentucky: J. Graham's Café (Louisville)

Brown Hotel yang elegan di Louisville terkenal kerana kemewahan abadi dan hakikat bahawa ia adalah tempat kelahiran Kentucky Hot Brown, salah satu sandwic terbaik di Amerika. J. Graham's Café yang hangat dan menarik di hotel ini adalah tempat terbaik di bandar untuk mencuba sandwic berwajah terbuka yang terkenal, dan bufet sarapan pagi Ahad $ 32 juga patut dikunjungi sendiri. Bufet ini merangkumi stesen ukiran, stesen telur dadar, keju dan charcuterie, biskut dan kuah, daging sarapan, pastri segar dan makanan bergilir.

Louisiana: Dooky Chase (New Orleans)

Dooky Chase dari New Orleans telah menjadi restoran Louisiana klasik sejak tahun 1941. Pada hari Selasa hingga Jumaat, pasukan membuat penyebaran makan siang yang terkenal. Ia berubah setiap hari, tetapi anda boleh menjumpai hidangan New Orleans klasik seperti kacang merah dan nasi, sosej panas, ikan keli goreng, sayur collard, keladi, meatloaf dan kacang hijau dan beberapa ayam goreng terbaik mutlak di Amerika.

Maine: Harraseeket Inn (Freeport)

Harraseeket Inn adalah Freeport, Maine, institusi, dan ia menempatkan dua restoran, Broad Arrow Tavern dan Maine Harvest Dining Room, kedua-duanya menawarkan bufet yang menakjubkan. Setiap hari tetapi pada hari Ahad, kedai menyajikan sup, salad, roti gantung porcini dan kek kepiting, serta pelbagai jenis hidangan lain yang disediakan dari rumah untuk makan siang sebanyak $ 24.95. Pada hari Ahad, ruang makan menyajikan makan tengah hari Ahad $ 49.95, yang merangkumi hidangan seperti tulang rusuk utama organik tempatan dengan demi-glace, daging babi osso bucco dengan polenta dan lobster Maine separuh kukus dan sejuk, salah satu makanan terbaik mutlak di Amerika.

Maryland: Rumah Kepiting Hooper (Bandar Laut Barat)

Ocean City, Maryland, destinasi Hooper's Crab House dibuka hanya untuk musim panas, dan sementara hidangan makanan laut tempatannya selalu terpuji, Pesta Ketam All-You-Can-Eat yang benar-benar meletakkannya di puncak. Dengan harga $ 45, anda akan dijamu dengan kavalkade kepiting kukus bermusim rumah, udang kukus, ayam goreng, jagung rebus dan anak anjing yang tidak pernah berhenti. Ketika datang ke gubuk makanan laut yang hebat, ia tidak akan jauh lebih baik daripada ini.

Massachusetts: Bar & Dapur Darryl's Corner (Boston)

Darryl's Corner Bar & Kitchen yang santai di Boston menyajikan beberapa makanan jiwa terbaik di Amerika. Ia terkenal dengan brunch jazz yang boleh dimakan, disajikan pada hari Ahad dari jam 10 pagi hingga 3 petang untuk $ 24.95 untuk dewasa dan $ 16.95 untuk kanak-kanak 6-12. Para pengunjung boleh menjamu selera dengan ayam goreng, tulang rusuk barbeku, nasi dan kacang, sayur collar, mac dan keju, telur orak, wafel, ham dan pelbagai jenis hidangan bergilir mingguan yang lain.

Michigan: Ruang Makan Utama Hotel Grand (Pulau Mackinac)

Grand Hotel di Mackinac Island adalah salah satu hotel terkenal dan menawan di Amerika dan tempat yang ideal untuk makan siang yang panjang ketika berada di Michigan. Sambil melihat salah satu teras terpanjang di dunia, pengunjung dapat menikmati perayaan makan tengah hari setiap hari yang merangkumi salad segar, keju, buah segar, pilihan makanan laut bergilir dan daging panggang perlahan dan pencuci mulut buatan sendiri. Tetamu hotel dewasa membayar $ 35; bukan tetamu membayar $ 51.50.

Minnesota: Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant (Melrose dan Sartell)

Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant adalah restoran yang selesa yang menyajikan makanan klasik Amerika di ruang makan yang selesa dan berorientasi keluarga, dan setiap hari dalam seminggu, ia menawarkan bufet bertema yang berbeza. Isnin adalah ayam, Selasa adalah makanan selesa (termasuk makanan khas daerah yang disukai, Tater Tot hotdish), hari Rabu adalah sayap dan makanan Itali, hari Khamis adalah bufet tradisional Jerman, hari Jumaat adalah selancar dan rumput, hari Sabtu adalah barbeku dan hari minggu adalah bangunan-anda- taco dan fajitas sendiri. Terdapat juga sarapan pagi hari Sabtu dan bufet sarapan pagi Ahad dengan semua makanan kegemaran gaya klasik klasik.

Mississippi: Buffet Istana (Biloxi)

Terletak di dalam Palace Casino di Biloxi, Mississippi, Palace Buffet menawarkan semua yang anda mahukan dalam bufet kasino dan banyak lagi. Tulang rusuk prima, stik panggang sempurna, ayam goreng, ikan keli, udang rebus segar, kepiting yang disumbat, anak anjing yang tenang, barbeku Mongolia dan pelbagai jenis salad dan pencuci mulut. Ia bermula pada $ 14 untuk makan tengah hari pada hari minggu dan melebihi $ 26 pada hari Jumaat dan Sabtu malam, ketika kaki kepiting menyertai pesta tersebut.

Missouri: PeachTree Restaurant (Kansas City)

Anda akan mendapat banyak makanan jiwa klasik di PeachTree di Kansas City, Missouri. Persembahan masing-masing sedikit berubah pada hari dalam seminggu, tetapi mengharapkan tepung daging, daging babi yang dibasahi, ayam panggang dan goreng, tulang leher, makaroni dan keju, ikan goreng dan tulang rusuk barbeku. Jangan ketinggalan tukang masak peach untuk pencuci mulut.

Montana: Sup dan Sejenisnya (Billings)

MonksBearcub G./Yelp

Sup dan semacam itu mendakwa sebagai sup dan salad bar pertama dan satu-satunya di Billings, Montana. Anda pasti akan menjumpai banyak sup dan bekalan salad di bufet, bersama dengan semua batang roti yang anda mahukan. Lebih daripada 60 komponen salad ditawarkan, serta lima sup spektakuler - chowder kentang bakar, cham chamder New England, cabai, selasih tomat berkrim dan mi ayam - dan dua yang berubah setiap hari.

Nebraska: Buffet Grand Italian Valentino (pelbagai lokasi)

Katherine Y. / Bantuan

Valentino's, yang mempunyai lokasi di seluruh Nebraska, menawarkan 75 hidangan individu, disajikan dari lapan stesen berasingan, semuanya dengan miring Itali-Amerika. Klasik Itali seperti lasagna panggang dan parmesan bakso, roti roti bawang putih segar dan enam pasta berbeza selalu tersedia bersama dengan banyak pilihan pencuci mulut. Dan mengapa tidak, ada juga ayam goreng dengan semua fixin.

Nevada: Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace (Las Vegas)

Foto milik Istana Caesars

Bacchanal Buffet di Caesars Palace di Las Vegas dilengkapi dengan sembilan stesen memasak yang menghasilkan ratusan persembahan harian dan sekitar 15 makanan istimewa setiap hari. Tri-tip perap Rosemary, tulang rusuk salai asap, tulang rusuk utama, kaki kepiting, domba, dim sum, pho, pancake beludru merah, wagyu salai, pencuci mulut yang dibuat mengikut pesanan ... terdapat keajaiban di setiap sudut di bufet ini. Harganya berbeza-beza dari $ 39,99 untuk makan siang hari minggu hingga $ 64,99 untuk makan malam, dengan peningkatan termasuk bir, wain dan mimosa tanpa had - juga menjadikannya salah satu tawaran sarapan tengah hari terbaik Amerika.

New Hampshire: The Foundry (Manchester)

Foundry dari ladang ke meja di Manchester, New Hampshire, menawarkan sarapan pagi minggu yang sangat menakjubkan dan mewah. Pilihannya sendiri berubah setiap minggu, tetapi mengharapkan persembahan termasuk telur dadar dibuat, telur hancur sempurna, daging sarapan, pastri buatan sendiri, donat, roti bakar Perancis, wafel, tiram tempatan, salmon asap, sup bermusim dan stesen ukiran. Harganya $ 29 bagi setiap orang dewasa.

New Jersey: The Borgata Buffet, The Borgata (Atlantic City)

Dengan hormat Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

Hampir setiap hotel kasino di Atlantic City, New Jersey, menawarkan bufet, tetapi yang ada di Borgata mungkin yang terbaik. Harganya berpatutan - berharga $ 34.95 ketika makan malam - dan benar-benar mempunyai sesuatu untuk semua orang, termasuk pizza, ayam goreng, pelbagai jenis makanan istimewa Asia, tulang rusuk utama, kerang segar dan udang goreng. Ini adalah jenis tempat di mana anda ingin mendirikan kedai dan tidak pernah meninggalkan.

New Mexico: Tomato Café (Albuquerque)

Albuquerque tempatan, New Mexico, kegemaran sejak tahun 1993, Tomato Café menawarkan sebilangan besar klasik klasik Itali-Amerika. Bar salad segar, beberapa jenis sup, pizza, pasta atau polenta dengan pilihan enam sos, bebola daging, ravioli dan lauk klasik semuanya tersedia dengan harga hanya $ 9,99 untuk makan tengah hari dan $ 11,99 untuk makan malam.

New York: Becco (Bandar Raya New York)

Becco Midtown Manhattan ada di sana dengan restoran Itali terbaik Amerika, dan "Sinfonia di Paste," yang tersedia dengan harga $ 20.95 pada makan tengah hari dan $ 25.95 pada makan malam, adalah salah satu tawaran terbaik di bandar ini. Terdapat tiga pasta harian yang berbeza, dan tetamu boleh makan seberapa banyak yang mereka inginkan, dengan salad Caesar dan pelbagai jenis sayur panggang dan antipasti makanan laut di sebelah.

North Carolina: Buffet Casey (Wilmington)

Casey's Buffet adalah Wilmington, North Carolina yang disukai, bufet tanpa embel-embel yang dipenuhi dengan makanan klasik klasik. Anda akan menjumpai daging babi barbeku, ayam goreng dan panggang, ikan keli, kapur kapur, chitlins, mac dan keju, kaki babi dan pelbagai sisi dan pencuci mulut. Tempat ini adalah ikon Selatan yang benar, menyajikan banyak hidangan Selatan yang perlu dicuba oleh seluruh dunia.

Dakota Utara: Laluan ke India (Fargo)

Sejak tahun 2005, Passage to chef India mendapat rempah-rempah dan bahan-bahan lain dari India dan menggunakan daging halal untuk membuat makanan India yang enak di sana dengan restoran India terbaik di Amerika. Setiap hari kecuali hari Isnin, pasukan membuat penyebaran waktu makan siang yang tersedia dari pukul 11 ​​pagi hingga 2:30 petang, dan ini adalah banyak makanan istimewa India.

Ohio: Dapur Puan Yoder (Mount Hope)

Mrs. Yoder's Kitchen terletak di Mount Hope, menetes di pusat negara Amish di Ohio. Di sini anda dapat menikmati masakan rumah tradisional Amish seperti ayam goreng, hamparan tasik goreng, panggang periuk, sirloin cincang dan "stik perkahwinan" tradisional Amish, sebilangan kecil daging lembu. Terdapat juga banyak sisi, sup, salad dan pencuci mulut untuk dikelilingi, termasuk sembilan pai yang berbeza.

Oklahoma: Gunung Everest Masakan (Edmond)

Gunung Everest Masakan membawa masakan Nepal dan India yang asli ke Edmond, Oklahoma. Cara terbaik untuk menikmati menu adalah dengan mencuba persembahan prasmanan, yang tersedia hingga jam 3 petang. Pulao, tikka masala, naan, samosa, pakoras, salad dan puding beras adalah wakil yang baik dari apa yang ditawarkan.

Oregon: Abhiruchi (Beaverton)

Bufet India selalu merupakan cara yang baik untuk mencuba masakan negara, tetapi kebanyakannya hanya menawarkan sebilangan kecil barang. Itu tidak berlaku di Abhiruchi di Beaverton, Oregon. 25 item penuh ditawarkan untuk makan tengah hari Selasa hingga Ahad. Item tepat yang ditawarkan berputar setiap hari, tetapi pastikan untuk mencuba makanan khas rumah, sayur saag paneer.

Pennsylvania: Shady Maple Smorgasbord (East Earl)

Prasmanan terpanjang di Lancaster County Pennsylvania (jam 200 kaki), Shady Maple di East Earl menawarkan pilihan masakan Pennsylvania Belanda yang banyak disediakan. Bufet sarapan pagi merangkumi semua nota yang betul - pastikan untuk mencuba - tetapi bufet itu benar-benar hidup ketika makan tengah hari dan makan malam, ketika 46 item bar salad, lapan roti buatan sendiri, lima sup, enam keju, lapan daging, 14 sayur-sayuran, lapan pai, enam kek dan bar sundae adalah permulaan.

Pulau Rhode: The Nordic (Charlestown)

Lobster adalah salah satu makanan yang mesti anda makan di Timur Laut, dan The Nordic di Charlestown, Rhode Island, membuat lobster kukus tetap datang, dan mereka disertakan dalam bufet oleh kepiting Alaskan, kerang dibungkus daging, kepiting kukus, udang scampi, tiram tempatan segar, clam chowder New England, lobster bisque, lobster mac and cheese, filet mignon, prime rib dan banyak lagi. Harganya mungkin mencecah $ 106 setiap orang, tetapi dengan sedikit perancangan, anda dapat memperoleh lebih banyak daripada nilai wang anda.

Carolina Selatan: Restoran Makanan Laut Captain George (Pantai Myrtle)

Captain George menawarkan pesta makanan laut segar yang menakjubkan di Pantai Myrtle, Carolina Selatan. Kaki kepiting salji, udang kukus dan kerang, kerang, udang karang, mahi hitam, tiram Rockefeller, kerang boneka, kepiting deviled dan sup kepitingnya hanyalah segelintir persembahan makanan laut gaya Selatan. Harganya $ 20 untuk kanak-kanak 12 tahun ke bawah dan $ 38 untuk dewasa.

South Dakota: Gourmet Sanaa (Sioux Falls)

Air Terjun Sioux, South Dakota, adalah tempat terakhir yang anda harapkan untuk mencari salah satu restoran mesra vegan terbaik di Amerika, tetapi Sanaa's Gourmet adalah salah satu daripadanya. Tawaran terbaik di sini ialah bufet untuk makan malam Jumaat malam dan makan tengah hari Sabtu. Tawaran berbeza-beza, tetapi mengharapkan hidangan termasuk ratatouille, kentang dan casserole cendawan dan bulgur dan tomato pilaf. Omnivor akan menikmati barang-barang seperti ayam shaw tawook dan daging lembu kufta.

Tennessee: Kedai Negara Lama Brook Shaw (Jackson)

Kedai / Yelp Old Country Brook Shaw

Bufet di Old Country Store "whistlestop" kuno Brook Shaw menyajikan banyak pilihan makanan kegemaran negara, seperti ham negara, yang tentunya termasuk di mana-mana meja sarapan Selatan. Untuk makan malam, terdapat ayam goreng, ikan keli goreng dan rebus Negara Rendah dengan sayur lobak, kacang putih, hominy dan mac dan keju di sisi dan puding pisang untuk pencuci mulut.

Texas: Makanan Gaya Keluarga Allen (Sweetwater)

Makanan Gaya Keluarga Allen yang sederhana dan sederhana di Sweetwater, Texas, telah beroperasi sejak tahun 1950-an dan tidak banyak berubah sejak itu. Bayar semasa anda tiba, duduk di meja komunal dan anda akan dijamu dengan pesta keluarga dengan beberapa ayam goreng terbaik di Amerika, tepung daging dan pelbagai jenis termasuk salad kentang, okra dan ubi jalar, dengan peach cobbler untuk pencuci mulut.

Utah: Restoran The Roof (Salt Lake City)

Menghadap Temple Square di pusat bandar Salt Lake City, The Roof adalah restoran makan yang lazat yang juga menyajikan bufet makan malam yang menakjubkan di Utah. Tulang rusuk utama, stik dengan sos lada, ayam Creole, keju, charcuterie, koktel udang, tepung bermusim dan pasta dan pelbagai jenis pencuci mulut tersedia dengan harga $ 46.

Vermont: Restoran Steak J. Morgan (Montpelier)

Terletak di dalam Capitol Plaza Hotel di Montpelier, Vermont, J. Morgan's Steakhouse adalah restoran steak terkemuka yang menawarkan sarapan pagi minggu yang epik. Wafel dan omelet dibuat untuk pesanan dan persembahan lain termasuk pastri segar, hash daging kornet, ham bourbon maple dan sosis maple Vermont. Mimosa atau jus oren termasuk dalam harga, dan harganya hanya $ 18 untuk orang dewasa.

Virginia: Kedai Michie (Charlottesville)

Michie Tavern adalah salah satu restoran paling bersejarah di Amerika, dan ia dapat menelusuri Charlottesville, Virginia, yang berasal dari abad ke-18. Restoran ini dibuka setiap hari dari jam 11:30 pagi hingga 3:00 petang, apabila hidangan bufet klasik Selatan ditawarkan. Hidangan merangkumi ayam goreng Selatan, daging babi yang dihisap salai, kacang polong bermata hitam dengan ham negara, roti jagung, biskut dan sup sayur-sayuran.

Washington: Salty di Pantai Alki (Seattle)

Terletak tepat di perairan Seattle, Salty's di Pantai Alki menyajikan bufet yang menakjubkan yang dipenuhi dengan makanan laut tempatan segar dan makanan klasik. Kaki kepiting Dungeness, udang kupas dan makan, udang makanan laut, kapal pengukus, steelhead lox dan tiram pada separuh tempurung adalah makanan laut yang mesti dimiliki. Ia dilengkapi dengan hidangan brunch klasik serta air mancur coklat dan karamel dengan banyak pencuci mulut untuk pencuci mulut dan bar mary berdarah. Orang dewasa membayar $ 59.99 pada hari Sabtu dan $ 64.99 pada hari Ahad.

Washington, DC: Musim

Four Seasons Georgetown yang sangat mewah adalah rumah dari Seasons Restaurant, di mana penggerak dan penggoncang D.C. menggosok bahu dengan orang biasa untuk mencari sarapan prasmanan terbaik di bandar ini. Para pengunjung dapat menikmati makanan sarapan pagi tradisional seperti omelet yang dibuat sesuai pesanan serta kentang rempah Old Bay, kek kepiting Maryland dan salad lobster.

Virginia Barat: Quinet's (New Martinsville)

Quinet yang sederhana dan sederhana di pusat bandar New Martinsville, Virginia Barat, telah memberi makanan tempatan berkualiti tinggi penduduk tempatan sejak tahun 1920-an. Bersama dengan menu hidangan klasik yang lengkap, restoran ini juga menyajikan bufet harian yang menyajikan makanan selesa yang digores seperti meatloaf, lasagna, kielbasa, fish goreng, cili dog, rusuk babi, ayam goreng, mac dan keju dan berbagai pilihan pai untuk pencuci mulut.

Wisconsin: Buffet Stik Negara Utara (La Crosse)

North Country Steak Buffet adalah nama yang menarik, dan destinasi La Crosse, Wisconsin ini sesuai dengan potensinya. Restoran makan-makan anda buka setiap hari hingga jam 21:00, yang menawarkan stik sirloin, burger dan ayam panggang, disajikan dengan kentang panggang, kentang goreng atau kerepek buatan sendiri. Terdapat juga bufet panas dengan makanan istimewa berputar, kentang tumbuk dan kuah, sup buatan sendiri, salad dan banyak lagi. Untuk pencuci mulut, nikmati empat ais krim setiap hari dan sebilangan gula-gula lain. Harga? Hanya $ 11,70 untuk orang dewasa.

Wyoming: Bar J Chuckwagon (Wilson)

Terletak di Bar J Ranch di Lubang Jackson, Wyoming, makan malam Bar J Chuckwagon bermula pada pukul 7 malam pada titik apabila loceng makan malam berbunyi, tentu saja. Tetamu boleh menikmati makanan pilihan daging lembu barbeku, dada ayam tanpa tulang, kombo daging lembu dan ayam, tulang rusuk babi barbeku atau tulang rusuk 12-ons panggang bersama kentang panggang, biskut tanpa henti , kacang, epal, kek rempah, kopi dan limun sambil dihiburkan oleh Bar J Wranglers. Harganya berkisar antara $ 26 hingga $ 39, tetapi lawatan ke Bar J bukan sekadar makan, itu adalah pengalaman, dan ini adalah perangkap pelancong yang sangat disukai oleh penduduk tempatan.

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Restoran Klasik Terbaik di Setiap Negeri

Tahun ini, kami & # 39; s meminta memperbaharui ikrar kami dengan institusi sekolah lama terbaik Amerika & rsquos.

Semasa perjalanan berjalan, 20 tahun terakhir mempunyai semuanya. Keseronokan, tumpahan, liku-liku, semuanya dengan kelajuan yang membutakan & # x2014 tidak perlu diingat bahawa sebilangan flips terbalik itu tidak & # x2019tidak memberi amaran kepada anda tentang & # x2014dan inilah kami, hanya membincangkan makanan. Anda boleh melakukan perjalanan, tetapi ini sepertinya tidak mahu berakhir, dengan bandar ke bandar di seluruh Amerika Syarikat mengembangkan budaya restoran masing-masing dengan begitu cepat, ia hampir pening, walaupun kita masih sangat teruja dengan apa yang & # x2019 # x2019 seterusnya.

Melonjak dari satu trend ke trend, di sini hari ini, esok & # x2014 secepat kita & # x2019sesuai dengan sesuatu, kita & # x2019 hampir selesai. Sudah cukup lama, ini sudah biasa kita, sekurang-kurangnya kembali ke Kemelesetan Besar, dan hampir ke awal abad ini. Pada awal dekad baru, kami masih melihat ke depan, tetapi kali ini, juga bertanya, dengan tenang, dengan cara terbaik: Bagaimana jika kita perlahan selama satu minit dan menarik nafas dalam-dalam? Bagaimana jika kita meluangkan masa untuk menghargai apa yang sudah ada di sini?

Selepas tiga tahun perjalanan yang lebih baik, 50 negeri (dan seterusnya) selama Makanan & Anggur, menyelinap ke tempat panas baru, melihat masa depan di mana sahaja dari Los Angeles ke Columbus hingga Tampa, makan sandwic yang terkenal di Instagram, berbaris untuk taco sarapan yang paling panas di Portland, dan menghirup terlalu banyak espresso harta tanah tunggal, saya rasa kagum dengan masa lalu berkembang.

Lagipun, kami tidak mencipta restoran pada tahun 2009. Terdapat hidangan yang memprovokasi FOMO lama sebelum media sosial membuat mereka berkeliling dunia, orang merancang percutian hanya untuk makan (adakah anda juga New Orleans?), Dan Amerika mempunyai koki selebriti dan pertunjukan memasak yang mesti dilihat, ketika itu kebanyakannya PBS melakukan angkat berat. Dan kami masih sangat bernasib baik, benar-benar, mempunyai begitu banyak restoran, dan bahkan beberapa koki, bersama kami, dari era yang lama & # x2014biarkan kami katakan, demi menarik garis, semuanya dari kanan sekitar milenium, akan mundur.

Dalam tahun-tahun kebelakangan ini, di restoran inilah saya telah membuat beberapa kenangan paling unik dan menggembirakan dari perjalanan saya & # x2014martinis selepas jam lima pagi di San Francisco & # x2019s Tadich Grill, salah satu restoran tertua di negara ini yang menghidap sturgeon sarapan pagi di Barney Greengrass yang sudah siap kamera di New York lewat malam di bilik pencuci mulut di Tampa & # x2019s Steak House Bern & # x2019s vintage yang terbaik di burger smash yang sempurna di Rakan Pekerja & # x2019 yang berusia 101 tahun di Indianapolis . Inilah barang yang saya mahukan lebih banyak lagi pada tahun 2020, ini adalah pengalaman yang akan kekal dengan saya selama-lamanya & # x2014 lama setelah saya terlupa tentang kafe sepanjang hari terkini di Silver Lake, dewan makanan baru yang paling panas di Chicago, atau satu tempat, di suatu tempat di Brooklyn, semua orang akan bercakap selama enam bulan akan datang sebelum bergerak.

Tinjauan hampir 17,000 perkataan ini menampilkan kira-kira 250 restoran berbeza, dari Alaska terjauh hingga Florida Selatan yang cerah. Ini mewakili percubaan untuk memeriksa cap jari unik setiap negeri mengenai perkara yang sangat luas dan sangat pelbagai ini yang kita namakan makanan Amerika. Saya & # x2019m bersyukur kerana mempunyai pengalaman selama 20 tahun lebih di seluruh negara atas tugas untuk ditarik, dan saya & # x2019m lebih berterima kasih kepada rakan-rakan saya di Food & amp Wine, masa lalu dan sekarang, kerana memberikan banyak tanda arah, terutamanya melalui katalog belakang kami mengenai francais Best Chef Baru dan Restoran Baru tahunan, di samping artikel ciri yang tidak terkira banyaknya. Pada akhirnya, fikirkan panduan ini sebagai peta jalan, jika agak kasar, seperti yang dilukis di belakang serbet, yang dirancang untuk melambungkan ingatan anda, atau untuk mendorong anda ke arah penghayatan yang lebih besar mengenai warisan masakan bersama kami. Bersenang-senang di luar sana & # x2014Saya pasti.


Restoran Klasik Terbaik di Setiap Negeri

Tahun ini, kami & # 39; s meminta memperbaharui ikrar dengan Amerika & institusi sekolah lama terbaik.

Semasa perjalanan berjalan, 20 tahun terakhir mempunyai semuanya. Keseronokan, tumpahan, liku-liku, semua dengan kelajuan yang membutakan & tidak perlu diingat bahawa beberapa jurang terbalik itu tidak mereka & # x2019tidak memberi amaran tentang & # x2014dan inilah kami, hanya membincangkan makanan. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.


The Best Classic Restaurants in Every State

This year, we&rsquore renewing our vows with America&rsquos finest old-school institutions.

As rides go, the last 20 years have pretty much had it all. Thrills, spills, twists, turns, all at blinding speed—never mind those few flips upside down they didn’t warn you about𠅊nd here we are, just talking about the food. You can get off rides, but this one doesn’t seem to want to end, with city after city across the United States growing their respective restaurant cultures so quickly, it’s almost dizzying, even if we’re still terribly excited for what’s next.

Surfing from trend to trend, here today, gone tomorrow𠅊s fast as we’re into something, we’re almost over it. For quite some time, this has been our normal, going back at least to the Great Recession, and nearly to the beginning of the century. At the dawn of a new decade, we’re still looking ahead, but this time, also asking, ever so quietly, in the nicest possible way: What if we slow down for a minute and take a few deep breaths? What if we took some time to appreciate what’s already here?

After the better part of three years traveling the 50 states (and beyond) for Makanan & Anggur, sneaking into the new hotspots, glimpsing the future everywhere from Los Angeles to Columbus to Tampa, eating Instagram-famous sandwiches, lining up for the hottest breakfast tacos in Portland, and sipping too many single-estate espressos, I find my fascination with the past growing.

We didn’t invent restaurants in 2009, after all. There were FOMO-provoking dishes long before social media had them traveling around the world, people planned vacations just to eat (do you even New Orleans?), and America had celebrity chefs and must-see cooking shows, back when it was mostly PBS doing the heavy lifting. And we are still so fortunate, truly, to have so many of those restaurants, and even some of the chefs, with us still, from that long-ago era—let us say, for the sake of drawing a line, everything from right around the millennium, going backward.

In recent years, it is at these restaurants that I have made some of the most unique, most joyful memories from my travels—martinis after five o𠆜lock at San Francisco’s Tadich Grill, one of the oldest restaurants in the country smoked sturgeon breakfasts at the camera-ready Barney Greengrass in New York a late night in the dessert room at Tampa’s thrillingly vintage Bern’s Steak House the perfect smash burger at the 101-year-old, woman-powered Workingman’s Friend in Indianapolis. This is the stuff that I want more of in 2020, these are the experiences that will stick with me forever—long after I’ve forgotten about the latest all-day cafe in Silver Lake, the hottest new food hall in Chicago, or that one place, somewhere in Brooklyn, everyone will be talking about for the next six months before moving on.

This nearly 17,000-word survey features roughly 250 different restaurants, from furthest Alaska to sunny South Florida. It represents an attempt at examining each state’s unique fingerprint on this vast, remarkably diverse thing that we call American food. I’m grateful to have 20-plus years of experience traveling around the country on assignment to draw on, and I’m even more grateful to my colleagues at Food & Wine, past and present, for providing many a directional sign, particularly through our back catalog of the annual Best New Chefs and Best New Restaurants franchises, alongside countless feature articles. Ultimately, think of this guide as a road map, if a little rough, like it were drawn on the back of a napkin, designed to jog your memory, or to push you toward a greater appreciation of our shared culinary heritage. Have fun out there—I sure did.