Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
Cutting-edge style, casual ambience, and a menu of brilliant takes on classic homespun Dixie dishes make Frog and The Hen an Augusta best bet.
Cheesecake is the single thing on the menu at this Los Angeles take-out-only storefront bakery. Dozens of varieties are available; the best is praline.
A grand nautical restaurant from the early 20th century, Portland’s Dan & Louis serves impeccable Northwest seafood, including a famous oyster stew.
Chili John’s, dating back to 1913, is home of a unique Midwestern chili of beans, spaghetti, & meat suffused with spicy oil that cranks up the heat.
Hungry Kings Beach lunch-seekers find crispy tortilla chips, huge burritos built for two, and fresh salads with tender pork at The Burrito Window.
A delightful little Vermont restaurant just minutes away from the highway, the Putney Diner is good for breakfast and square-meals lunch. Plus wonderful pies.
In the heart of downtown Augusta, Sunshine Bakery is an old-fashioned sandwich shop and patisserie known for hearty soups, fresh-baked bread & creamy pastries.
In this 1931-vintage St. Louis, Missouri diner expect to enjoy good hamburgers, chili mac, and that all-in-one breakfast dish known as a slinger.
The Planing Mill is a local favorite with the feel of a classic pizza parlor, but with innovative toppings and a killer craft beer list.