It’s in a tiny spot, it’s cheap and, from a reviewer, it’s “insanely delicious.”
Totto Ramen, New York, NY
Photo by Rob Tallia.
An “experience straight from Italy.”
Forcella, Brooklyn, NYPhoto by Rob Tallia.
A “beautifully repurposed space” inside a circa-1901 factory near Williamsburg’s waterfront, at the”hip” Wythe Hotel.
Reynard, New York, NY Photo by Rob Tallia.
Hello, Taco Tuesday.
Belly, Oakland, CA
A Thomas Keller vet serves Neapolitan pizzas, flatbreads and roasted veggies alongside local wines and craft beers. And it’s pretty budget-friendly.
Vignette, Sebastopol, California Photo by Michael Mesker.
You’ll want to head here for some serious mac ‘n’ cheese. You can even get it as a pizza topping.
Bazinga Eatery, San Diego, CA
Two words: boozy cupcakes.
Prohibition Bakery, New York, NY Photo by Rob Tallia.
With all this eating, we’re going to need somewhere to sleep, too.
The Verb Hotel, Boston, MA Photo by Adrian Wilson.
Yes, that is a sail suspended from the ceiling.
The Bounty, New York, NY Photo by Rob Tallia.
Situated in a greenhouse, surrounded by a garden, the restaurant’s verdant backdrop is also what comprises the menu.
COMMISSARY at The Line Hotel, Los Angeles, CA Photo by Audrey Ma.
It’s the “quintessential Williamsburg experience” to “join the hipsters” at this “serious foodie” “heaven” for “awesome” dry-rub, by-the-pound BBQ paired with “artisan” beers and bourbons
Fette Sau, Brooklyn, NY 11211. Photo by Rob Tallia.
Feeling a little “posh” in Williamsburg.
Antica Pesa, Brooklyn, NY Photo by Rob Tallia.
You’ll need one of these to go along with the Caribbean-inspired dishes like coffee-rubbed skirt steak and a jerk-marinated burger.
Jify’s, Brooklyn, NY
Time for some "Crispy-crunchy" fried chicken.
Hill Country Chicken, Brooklyn, NY Photo by Rob Tallia.
This minimalist downtown LA hand-roll (temaki) specialist serves essentially one dish with sundry seafood fillings.
KazuNori: The Original Hand Roll Bar, Los Angeles, CA