First, I love the W Hotels. I’ve stayed at several and was crazy impressed with the Montreal location. It’s epic, go for New Years if you can. Sadly, the DC location leaves a lot to be desired and is an unfortunate reminder that the further South we travel, the less sophistication. Maybe I’m just being super snobby but the middle America weirdo-big-tabacco vibe at the DC location bummed me out.
Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America
We went here for my father’s birthday after I have heard about it from a friend. I had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. We started out with the grilled bread with prosciutto and mozzarella (WOW), we shared a spinach salad (WOW), and we each got an entree to share. I had the butternut squash pasta (amazing), my mom got the trout special (sauces were out of this world) and my father got the roasted chicken with malt-o-meal (to die for). These dishes were seriously something…
This is such a great place to watch a Tar Heel game, especially during
tournament time with TV’s all over the place. I especially like the giant TV
on the center wall surround by four others, which are pretty good sized too!!
Honestly since the no-smoking law passed this place has really improved tremendously where as I wasn’t so hot about itbefore, but now I really, really like it
Best dinner i’ve had in over a year. The plate of pork was simply amazing. The pork belly was so carmelized and crisp that it stuck to the molars like candy. The loin was equally impressive. My wife got the rock cod and the smokiness with the veggies was unreal. Also the scotch egg… delicious and amazing appetizer.
Zunzi’s is a mixture of international cuisine that comes from Johnny and Gabriella’s very different cultural backgrounds. A combination of Swiss, Italian, South African and Dutch, Zunzi’s brings together flavors that are unique and delicious as well as always being fresh.
I’m a sucker for going to places featured on Travel Channel - this place is good but best sandwich in America…eh not sure. Good enough to keep in the rotation of places I will eat at on Saturdays when I drive into work or have a craving for pulled pork BBQ.
Our Roast Pork is completely homemade. We use only top-choice pork and bone the meat right on premises. The pork is seasoned according to an old family recipe and is roasted in our commercial oven daily. Try a real homemade roast pork sandwich!
The best combination has to be half pastrami and half corned beef though. With a side of cucumber and pickles, life is complete. The meat is so well seasoned and prepared, I can literally just eat the slices as is without the bread.
Kroll’s East in Green Bay, Wisconsin is like Arthur Bryant’s is to Kansas City or Skyline Chili is to Cincinnati. It’s an experience, and it’s one that shouldn’t be missed. I don’t get to Green Bay often but when I do, a visit to Kroll’s for their famous chili and cheeseburger is a religious experience for this foodie. No, it’s not high dining, but it’s a predictable kind of step back into the past–1935 to be exact–and the kind of…
I stumbled upon this deli while in East Nashville on business and now I make special trips to the area just to have breakfast and lunch. This is the kind of business that deserves our patronage. Quality ingredients from local suppliers that satisfy the palette with hearty portions.
Came here a few weeks back with my girlfriend and it was great. these guys know how to make some good sandwiches. I got the Noble Pig and I cleaned my tray.
Food is managed and tasty. We were in town for the weekend and ate here 3 times; we found it tasty and fun place. I had a cuban sandwhich (being from miami- hard to find a “real cubin” sandwhich. They were close.
I have been a loyal fan of Phil’s since I lived in Mission Hills eons ago. The food was wonderful then. I moved to the upstate of South Carolina for a couple of years, and returned to San Diego. Had BBQ in the South. Real BBQ - slow smoked in smokers….had ‘em in rual and urban cities. All were wonderful. Came back to San Diego, craved BBQ and realized..this is GRILLING. Pre cooked ribs, slathered with BBQ sauce at the end. So…I still give it three stars.…
Salumi is a great experience. I have always been confused by their hours, and this adds to the surprise of the place. It’s been great to see their meats around town in pizzas, at DeLaurenti, etc. Good salumi gets around. They used to have a single pig’s foot just hanging out on the shelf in the walk-in cooler. For luck? More likely for somebody’s chewy porcine snack!
It doesn’t seem that people in general think of Detroit as a great BBQ mecca and since I was born and raised in Michigan with no experience in NC/Texas/Kansas City aka. BBQ meccas, Slows is by far the best I have ever had.
This is a Richmond restaurant that is doing it right, living up to the hype, and is a solid contender for breakfast, lunch and dinner- or even desserts and drink. From the art, decor and cute mix matched coffee cups and salt and pepper shakers- its perfect combination of cute and useful. The price is exactly right for its quality, size and atmosphere, and it makes you really want to go back there.
It’s sometimes hard for me to truly rate sports bars/restaurants, especially with the Fifty/50. As others mentioned, it’s three floors, but I only saw the main/first floor. However, while there are three floors/levels, it’s a rather narrow space. It definitely felt more bar-like than sports bar/restaurant-like to me, even though there is a full menu. There were multiple tvs with different football games on, with the audio for one of the games playing. The tvs are not…
We get to Naples every year for vacation. Have never eaten at the Galley…..the 5 stars comes from Man vs. Food show on the Travel channel. The Galley’s Lemon Lobster Roll won this shows “best sandwich in New England.” You can bet that next year when we visit Naples, my husband and I will be getting to this restaurant to try this lobster roll! GREAT JOB, Galley!
Welcome to The Salt Lick! We are delighted to share our world-renowned Bar-B-Que with you - alongside an extra portion of Texas Hill Country hospitality. The Roberts family recipes have roots back to the wagon trains in the mid-1800’s. We want you to enjoy the same warm atmosphere and delicious Bar-B-Que they savored around the campfire.
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