Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
Russell’s is a small-town South Carolina pizzeria with hearty Italian-American pizzas, subs, and a unique all-in-one hand-held meal known as the Original Wedge.
Camp Washington makes the best 5-Way chili in Cincinnati. Open round the clock, it also offers great chili-cheese Coneys and mile-high double-decker sandwiches.
Kennedy’s is a tiny eat-shack in Ohio with a short sandwich menu of BBQ ham, pork, turkey, & beef topped with famous proprietary relish.
Order crispy fried pickles and settle in for worth-the-wait fried chicken at Portland’s iconic dive bar called Reel M Inn.
Chicago Joe’s is a rough-around-the-edges Las Vegas cottage that has been serving intimate Italian dinners for decades.
Kroll’s West is loved by fans of the Green Bay Packers (whose home field is directly across the street). Signature dish: a deliciously sloppy butter burger.
Jammed into the corner of a Las Vegas service-station convenience store, Chile Verde Express is a little counter serving sensationally good Mexican food.
Mochiko is a locally spun teriyaki bowl concept where Hawaiian fried chicken and char-broiled teriyaki combine with homemade sauces to fill rice bowls.
In this neighborhood restaurant named for Des Moines, Washington, sausage options include brats, kielbasas, hot links, linguica, even vegetarian hot dogs.