Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
A drive-up rather than a drive-in, Lucky Boy serves L.A.’s best breakfast burrito along with excellent chili fries and pastrami bomb sandwiches.
Barton’s Kitchen is a casual lunch spot in Paso Robles with sandwiches, salads, & snacks to be enjoyed while sipping wine with beautiful vineyard views.
A proper English chippie in North Charleston, SC, the Codfather offers gorgeous fish & chips, savory pies, mushy peas, and pints of top-shelf stouts and ales.
Knuckle Sandwiches is a hole-in-the-wall on Augusta, Georgia’s Restaurant Row serving spectacular, creative sandwiches and the city’s best French fries.
Whether you call ’em crayfish, mudbugs, or crawdaddies, Cub’s small, freshwater crustaceans are spicy and delicious. Gumbo is real tasty, too.
Unique regional pizza. Each bite is 1/2 baked crust & gooey cheese, 1/2 room-temp toppings & unmelted cheese. Beto’s weird juxtaposition verges on addictive.
Locals love off-the-beaten-path Lorenzo’s for meat-and-potatoes meals as well as for Italian fare and a full repertoire of pizza with crisp, thin crust.
B & H Dairy is a kosher, vegetarian lunch counter mainstay in New York’s East Village that has been serving Jewish comfort-food classics since 1938.
To accompany exemplary coffees (pourover, brewed, nitro, espresso), Stone Roastery offers a selection of Brad Stone’s mom’s blue-ribbon, from-scratch cakes.