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When in California, eat the longtime secret-menu classic Boner burger at Animal, sandwiched between two slices of marbled rye.
Including Zombie Hut in Brooklyn, devoted to the fine art of tiki.
You'll get to devour the rare steak pho at Bep Eatery in Minneapolis for a mere $7.95.
Including burritos at a top-notch Mexican eatery and delightful smoky ribs.
This grilled cheese served in Charleston features gouda and white cheddar.
New York's Marea, an upmarket shrine to the Italian coastline, tops our list.
From the best burritos in San Francisco’s Mission District to out-of-the-way joints in the West and Southwest.
These stand out for helping to define Chinese cuisine in their communities, including a local legend in Falls Church.
Since 1994, the old stone cottage in California that houses the French Laundry has stood among the holiest of holy grails.
It was the Spanish, after all, who introduced us to the now-commonplace notion of small plates.
Look past traditional Japanese food: no sushi is served in the James Beard Award-nominated Raku in Las Vegas.
Number one: NYC's Di Fara Pizza, serving cracker-thin crusts with a pleasant char and a subtle Parmesan zing.
Try Momofuku's crack pie, a giant crumbled oat cookie draped in gooey butter filling shot with vanilla and corn powder.
Including a bird fried in a four-fat-mixture: butter, chicken fat, bacon fat and country ham fat.
At its best, this breakfast staple is golden-brown, buttery, crisp and fluffy at the same time.
From simple-but-satisfying griddled links to ones loaded with house-pickled vegetables.
Picture marinated pork shoulder topped with grilled pineapples and onions. Yum.