Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
An informal St. Paul bakery and espresso shop, Bread & Chocolate has a full pastry menu that includes crisp, sticky caramel rolls enrobed in amber glaze.
An all-night bar and pan pizza dive since 1920s, Tony’s is down the road from the Atlantic City boardwalk but more storied than any casino.
Marion’s is a Cape Cod bakery in a cute old house with an encyclopedic pie menu and excellent regional baked goods for breakfast.
A broad menu of scrupulously cooked-to-order Mexican food at reasonable prices in the most informal surroundings makes Restaurante Las Palmas a Roadfood prize.
Santa Fe Bite serves what many consider to be the best green chile cheeseburger in New Mexico. It might be the best hamburger of any kind, anywhere!
The most famous things made at Jaarsma Bakery of Pella, Iowa, are Dutch letters – giant-size pastries in the form of the alphabet.
Downhome southern fare served cafeteria style makes Sweet T’s a best-bet lunch destination between Atlanta & Augusta, Georgia. Glorious desserts!
Ray Moore is a little boardwalk dive that is one of the longest running and best lobster steamers on the New England Coast.
Blink’s is a popular stand on the Hampton, New Hampshire, boardwalk, selling long strips of fried dough with creative toppings.