Sushi Yasaka- NYC, New York
Some of us are really in love with sushi, especially when it’s made by people who really know how to cook it. Sushi Yasaka is a Manhattan-based restaurant FILLED with sushi talents.
Those people are real artists, given the fact that they constantly juggling with a mix of hot and cold dishes. There are many things from which you can choose: from tempura and noodles to sushi cuts. And if you want THE BEST, go for the restaurant’s signature maki.
Alinea- Chicago, Illinois
Just like Higgins and Eleven Madison Park, the Chicago-based Alinea just keeps on ruling the cuisine industry. With three Michelin star ratings, dining in this place comes with great food, and lots of enchantment, artistry, and spontaneity.
Ben’s Chili Bowl- Washington, D.C.
And now, to take a little break from shiny restaurants, let’s go back to the basics. Ben’s Chili Bowl has been enchanting D.C.’s locals ever since 1958. The chili dog adaptation in this place is crazy! While it can’t be placed on the healthiest restaurants list, it’s definitely one of the tastiest!
Mida- Boston, Massachusetts
Boston is worth visiting just for its food scene alone. Mida will welcome you with an excellent homestyle Italian atmosphere, with its barn-burning carbonara and its Bolognese sauce.
There are many times when these kinds of American places get somehow lost in the translation, not managing to get that type of pasta right. Not the case with this place.
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thank you mara this article is lovely it made me hangry as i read it.
i am not a traveler but i will take this list with me whenever i do.
i love the beaches i have been to and hope to go back to at least
1 some day soon.
Are you telling me that there is only one great restaurant in Florida?
Yea, that can’t be right…..
Hello…mmmmm how about a trip to Tarpon Springs…Rusty Bellies Waterfront omg I miss this place. Variety laidback family tiki on the Waterfront. I do love the seafood.
Also…Crystal River, FL…Gulf Coast southern hospitality. Fresh scallops, shrimps yes again am partial to the Gulf side seafoods