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Proving Portland “can do a little Southern food,” this “popular brunch place” is best known for its “huge portions,” “melt in your mouth” fried chicken, “extraordinary” waffles, and pecan praline bacon. @screendoorrestaurant ’s “wait time” may be “infamous,” but many agree that the “line” for first-rate “soul food” and friendly service is “justified.” #Zagat #ZagatPortland
Located in SF’s “Outer Sunset,” @hookfishco is a “cute little fish market” and “casual” restaurant committed to thoughtfully sourced seafood. Forgive the “huge line” for tacos, the “best fish and chips” “on this side of the pond,” and fantastic service. Choose from a “rad space” indoors or, weather permitting, “outdoor seating.” “Make sure to use their house hot sauce.” #Zagat #ZagatSF
“Ever classic and always solid,” @jgmelon has been turning out “one of the best burgers” this city has seen since the 1970’s. “Simplicity in its finest form,” JG’s patties take “you back to memories of backyard barbecues.” Don’t forget the “cottage fries,” an additional charge. Equipped with “the nicest staff,” this old school, checkered tablecloth “joint” is frequented by “finance people.” #Zagat #ZagatNYC
@sushitarodc above “everything else.” “Singularly exquisite” omakase and “delicate” à la carte sushi back this Dupont Circle “favorite.” Seasonal dishes like “squid ink battered soft-shell crab” are “always a special treat.” Although “so hard to get into,” anticipate “a line out the door” or being “turned away.” Prices are high, but “happy hour” at “half off most sushi and drinks” is “a steal.” #Zagat #ZagatDC
Operating out of a converted laundromat in East Austin (“design goals”), @launderetteatx is known for its “super tasty brunch,” “refreshing drinks,” and small “bites.” Consider a meal here a “religious experience,” and this “birthday cake ice cream sandwich,” the “highlight.” Make use of the “dog friendly patio” this summer and post up with “cocktails till the sun goes down.” #Zagat #ZagatAustin
“Is the best NYC pizza in NJ?” Diners at @razzanj insist the “hype is real.” Located just off the PATH, it’s “absolutely worth getting over to Jersey City” for the “best pizza on Mars, Pluto and Venus.” Look forward to feasting on “flavorful, locally sourced toppings,” house-made bread and butter, and dough “so dang good it’s stupid” in Razza’s rustic space. #Zagat
“If you find yourself in LA but sick of burgers and tacos,” Korean BBQ is a good option. And in that case, @parksbbq , “the best Korean BBQ in town,” should be your first pick. Endorsed by a “celebrity wall of fame at the entrance,” Park’s delivers “signature kalbi” and “all the accoutrements” for everything from “family dinner” to lunches “with coworkers.” “Ridiculously expensive,” but as one diner claimed, “The meat literally felt like it melted in my mouth.” Be “ready to feast.” #Zagat #ZagatLA
@storicofresco is part “Italian market,” part “pasta making class,” and a “favorite local restaurant.” Diners flock to Buckhead for the “homey feel, “big portions” and “without a doubt, the best (true) Italian in Atlanta.” Order the “perfectly bouncy house made pasta,” a glass of “really good wine,” and get “ready to be transported to Italy.” Plus, “half-off bottles of wine on Mondays.” #Zagat #ZagatAtlanta
It’s not hard to find “some damn fine soul food” in New Orleans, but Casamento’s, an “oyster bar” “est. 1919,” is “magic.” You might have “to walk through the kitchen to get to the restroom,” but that’s part of the charm. Well known as the “place to go” for “oysters three ways” and other seafood, there will most likely be a wait. Reminder: they close for the summer. #Zagat #ZagatNewOrleans
An “ice cream mecca when in New York,” @amplehills churns out funky flavors (e.g. “PB Wins The Cup” and “Baby I Was Churned This Way”) with creative toppings (honeycomb and rainbow sunflower seeds). “Melty mix ratio is key” here, as well as a “scoop with a smile” mentality. “Very very much worth the visit” to the Riis Park Beach Bazaar location in summertime. #Zagat #ZagatNYC
You can’t miss this “colorful little bakery” in Miami’s trendy Wynwood Art District. Whether you’re looking for “great coffee,” cinnamon rolls, or a sandwich made from “perfected sourdough bread,” @zakthebaker is “a great pit stop.” “Special beyond measure,” it’s no surprise that they’re often “sold out.” #Zagat #ZagatMiami
If you couldn’t tell from the name, @good_drinker in Chicago is a “veggie-centric” restaurant. Serving up “surprising combinations of texture and flavor” and “friendly service” amid “hip, trendy decor” in West Loop. Bonus for a veggie burger that will make most meat lovers believe. “Menu changes daily.” #Zagat #ZagatChicago
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