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what's the best restaurant in america?

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what's the best restaurant in america?

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It’s all depends on what state you are traveling to.

each state have its own unique/ flavor when it comes on to restaurant, so it would be very hard to answer that question. 

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yes it’s all depends on what state you going to.


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But if you are ever in NYC here’s a few you should definitely check out. 

Katz’s Delicatessen

This cavernous cafeteria is a repository of New York history—glossies of celebs spanning the past century crowd the walls, and the classic Jewish deli offerings are nonpareil. Start with a snappy, all-beef hot dog, then flag down a meat cutter and order a legendary sandwich. The brisket sings with horseradish, and the thick-cut pastrami stacked high between slices of rye is the stuff of dreams. https://www.katzsdelicatessen.com/

petter Luger

Although a slew of Luger copycats have prospered in the last several years, none have captured the elusive charm of this beer-hall style eatery, with well-worn wooden floors and tables, and waiters in waistcoats and bow ties. Excess is the thing, like the famous porterhouse for two, which is 44 ounces of sliced prime beef. Go for it all—it’s a singular New York experience that’s worth having. And for the first time in over 130 years, you can now order takeout and delivery from the famed restaurant.

Tavern on the green

For 75 years, the gilded dining room nestled inside Central Park was a New York hallmark, a scenic magnet for tourists, brides and megawatt diners (Grace Kelly, John Lennon) alike. When the razzle-dazzle cash cow went bankrupt and shuttered in 2010, big-name backers expressed interest in reviving the historic space. Instead, a pair of Philadelphia crepe-makers won the bid. The pair revamped the landmark as an urban farmhouse decorated with wood-beam ceilings, leather-covered tables and multiple hearths.


To eat at Rao’s, a Southern Italian dining room that's operated in East Harlem since 1896, you’ll need a personal invite from one of the heavy hitters who “owns” a table. CEOs, actors, politicians, news personalities and neighborhood old-timers have a long-standing arrangement with legendary owner Frankie “No” Pellegrino, and that's what ensures a seat at one of the ten tables. If you just can’t shake your craving for their infamous red sauce, you’re in luck: they now offer takeout and delivery.

And definitely check out K town in Manhattan NY 


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