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Just outside Newport Beach, in Cosa Mesa, lurks the best Mexican in the Inland Empire. The decor ain’t much to look at but adds to the place’s run-down charm. The food is downright excellent.
Combining the old-school charm of Bird Bowl and the greasy-fingered fun of Lucky Strike—here’s a bowling lounge for just about anybody. On Sunset, amazing grub, bunch of lanes & not too much waiting.
There are few things in Miami more delicious – and cheap – than this late-night Cuban diner’s savory medianoche to cap a long evening or a creamy cafe con leche the next morning.
Chef Bernstein’s delicious fare nods to Cuba, the Caribbean and South America with dishes like blue-cheese-and-jamon croquetas. It’s the elevated versions of the hearty classics you came for.
The food is upscale Northern Italian and much of the enormous wine list is, too. Leave the flip- flops at the beach; they’re not welcome here.
The Angelika Dallas is one of the only non-multiplex cinemas in town and offers residents the chance to see some of the best and most current art-house and indie films.
One of the best new spots in town, thanks to its laid-back, good-time vibes, huge tap beer selections, no-nonsense bar food and an amazing array of old-school video and arcade games.
The best Japanese in Dallas hands down. From the owners of Tei Tei, this new venue is not so much about the fish - Tei An is a traditional soba house offering a mountain of hot and cold soba combos
Look no further than this greasy-spoon diner for a cheap, late-night breakfast. In Addison, so you can sit in the smoking section and put your cigar out in a pile of poached eggs for effect.
While you might expect Dallas to be all BBQ and beers, there are fantastic options like this Frenchie, situated on Lovers Lane. Share the champagne and raspberry dessert soufflé – its divine!
Choose from more than 200 of the world’s best brews, including daily cask- conditioned ale. Translation: unfiltered and unpasteurized, the way the Celts drank it.
Grab some buddies and head over to the Hopleaf, a microbrew emporium of unsurpassed greatness. You don’t have to be a beer nerd to feel compelled to tackle extensive beer selection (over 200) on tap.
Fancy an old-world ’30s New York–style speakeasy? No sign? Check. Impossible to find the door? Sure is. An elegant, well-lit ballroom-style joint hidden behind a wood-shuttered Wicker Park façade.
The ambitious food is billed as “contemporary French-American with Japanese influences” which may be one of the reasons why chef Yagihashi has Chicago’s food elite buzzing.
Everything about this place screams bounty: enormous street-facing windows; a towering, warehouse-like ceiling; and ridiculously plentiful portions of chef Carrie Nahabedian’s kick-ass food.
Ever heard of akagai, sagoshi, kanburi? They’re all fish served up at this elegant Asian-inflected seafoodery. Don’t miss the house-made anchovy brioche or the delectable praline soufflé.
Sometimes there is no satiating that insane craving for real-deal Mexican fare, especially when you’re only rocking a Hamilton. Chicken mole, shrimp fajitas and glorious steak and eggs.