The gumbo here was listed among the Alabama Department of Tourism's "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die" and was featured on Food Network's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives." Read more.
A tiny oasis of excellent sandwiches, salads, hot dogs and more. Don't miss the signature turkey panini, which chef Pete Blohme calls the "State Bird of Turkey Town." Read more.
As many people I learn from the restaurant after seen it in the Food Network. Go figure. I've been to the restaurant a few times and so far I've tried the Bruschette ($6), the Italian Stallion (Meat Read more.
Order 2 Swordfish or Mahi tacos w/no onion and add avocado. Take the giant squeeze bottle of hot sauce and drizzle on top. Get many napkins ready. Read more.
Host Guy Fieri, of Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, rolls up to Brats Brothers in Sherman Oaks, CA, a favorite spot for real deal German bratwurst. Find more tips at Food Network Local. Read more.
Ravioli and meatballs are great, but the burger is a surprise standout. Don't miss the burrata and save room for dessert. Full review online Read more.
Fry bread is a specialty that this restaurant is known to dish out. Try other contemporary American Indian dishes like Stuffed Indian Tacos and Medicine Wheel nachos at this casual spot. Read more.
stuffed burgers a must have! chili is top notch too. food on a barge never tasted this good! Read more.
The Rodeo Burger.... best burger I've had in memory. (Wasabi sweet fries? Not so delicious.) Read more.
The Hill is Home notes that the chicken/steak/fish tacos at this local cafe have quite a bit of meat on them, "well worth the 4ish bucks each one cost." Read more.
Cabbagetown is one of Atlanta's emerging neighborhoods which Travel + Leisure magazine featured in its October 2008 article, "America's Best Secret Neighborhoods." Read more.
The year’s best Mexican spot serves our favorite guacamole, peanut butter and chocolate empanadas, and is BYOB to boot. Read more.
Michael Kornick doing edgy, grass-fed-beef burgers with partner David Morton? With thick shakes and gourmet hand-cut fries? Um, yes please. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Authentic Costa Rican fare in a casual mom-and-pop BYO setting with some of the best chicken burritos around. Experiment with the casado and an oatmeal shake. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
If you can stand your big, fat gourmet burger with headbanging pulsating metal music, go get in line now. There aren't many better burgers in Chicago. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Thought you'd want to know: Guy Meikle has been nominated for Breakout Chef of the Year in Time Out Chicago’s 2011 Eat Out Awards. Vote now! Read more.
Featured on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, this neighborhood hot spot is said to have the best thin crust pizza in Chicago. Read more.
This well known Swedish restaurant is a neighborhood favorite, serving traditional pastries, several types of benedicts, quiche and herring dishes. Read more.
When pressed, the owners will admit that Tufano’s founder served as Capone’s personal chef. Is the eggplant parmigiana still made the way Capone liked it? Who knows? But it’s dangerously good. Read more.
Don't forget to pin the map if you are going there because of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives! Read more.