"The most memorable local eateries along the highways and back roads of America." I’ve got to say, objectively, the spirit of this tagline would seem to be more low-end homespun places–diners, burger and BBQ joints, pizza shacks. But then again, there are many very nice restaurants located on the back roads of let’s say, California, Connecticut, and elsewhere. But big city restaurants like Gotham Bar and Grill in Manhattan and Fifth Floor in S.F. would seem to be outside the scope of "highways and back roads." But this could be just an intellectual definition excercise, like haggling over the original meaning of constitutional. I don’t mind stretching the original "intent of the founding fathers of roadfood" and including metropolitan restaurants.