USA Restaurant Index

To visit a restaurant review, simply click on the restaurant name below and you will be magically transported to that review. Restaurants rated “25” or higher are noted in capital letters.

Arizona:

Bisbee: Cafe Cornucopia

Chandler: Chino Bandito | CYCLO | In-N-Out Burger | The Keg Steakhouse | Lee’s Sandwiches |

Gilbert: Joe’s Real BBQ | Mint Thai Cafe |

Grand Canyon: El Tovar |

Phoenix: Delux Burger | Hap’s Pit Barbecue | Honey Bear’s Barbecue |The Original Wineburger |Pane Bianco | PIZZERIA BIANCO |Richardson’s Cuisine of New Mexico|

Scottsdale: Malee’s Thai Bistro  | Patsy Grimaldi’s Pizzeria | Pinnacle Peak Patio |

Seligman: The Roadkill Cafe

Springerville: Los Dos Molinos

Tempe: | Cafe Lalibela | Cornish Pasty Company | Sushi Eye |

Tucson: El Guero Canelo | BK Carne Asada & Hot Dogs |

Winslow: The Turquoise Room |

California:

Big Sur: Nepenthe Restaurant | SIERRA MAR AT THE POST RANCH INN

Cambria (1): Indigo Moon Cafe, Wine & Cheese Shop

Carmel-by-the-sea (1) : CASANOVA RESTAURANT 

La Jolla (2): NINE-TEN RESTAURANT AND BAR | Piatti Ristorante and Bar

Malibu (1):  Geoffrey’s Malibu

Montecito (1): TRATTORIA MOLLIE |

Monterey (1):  Schooners Coastal Kitchen & Bar

Mountain View (1): Spice Islands Cafe 

Newport Beach (1): PIZZERIA MOZZA | 

Placerville (1)Chuck’s Restaurant

Roseville (1): The Squeeze Inn 

San Diego (1): CAFE CHLOEEL AGAVE RESTAURANTE Y TEQUILERIA | PHIL’S BBQ RESTAURANT |

San Francisco (2): Crab House at Pier 39 | DESTINO NUEVO LATINO BISTRO

Santa Barbara (3): La Super Rica Taqueria | Norton’s Pastrami & Deli | Opal Restaurant & Bar |

Santa Clara: Parcel 104 |

Colorado:

Pueblo (1): Conway’s Red Top |

Georgia:

Savannah (1): The Lady & Sons

Illinois:

Arlington Heights (2):  | JOHNNIE’S BEEF | Siegelman’s Deli |

Chicago:  Al’s #1 Beef | The Billy Goat Tavern | DAVID BURKE’S PRIMEHOUSE |   FRONTERA GRILL | GARRETT POPCORN SHOP | Portillo’s Hot Dogs | THE PURPLE PIG | Superdawg Drive In| Swedish Bakery| TOPOLOBAMPO |

Kildeer: Bacchus Nibbles |

Lake Zurich: Culver’s |Gino’s East of Chicago | Hackney’s |

Mundelein: Gale Street Inn |

Niles: Graziano’s Brick Oven Pizza | Kimchy Cabana |

Wheeling: Bob Chinn’s Crab House | Weber Grill |

Iowa:

Osceola: Maid Rite

Kansas:

Fairway: STROUDS RESTAURANT & BAR |

Kansas CityOklahoma Joe’s Barbecue |

Maine:

Kennebunkport:  Mabel’s Lobster Claw | THE CLAM SHACK |

Wells:  MAINE DINER

Massachusetts:

Bedford:   Steve’s House of Pizza

Boston: DAVIO’S NORTHERN ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE  | MIKE’S PASTRYSPORTELLOUnion Oyster House |

Essex:  WOODMAN’S OF ESSEX

Lexington:  Mario’s Italian Restaurant

Missouri:

Kansas City: ARTHUR BRYANT’S | Gates Bar B Q | The Savoy Grill |

Ozark: Lambert’s Cafe II |

St Louis: Super Smokers |

Nevada:

Las Vegas: Amlee Gourmet Restaurant| Bellagio Buffet | BOUCHON | Buckingham Smokehouse Bar-B-Q | Burger Bar Las Vegas |Carnegie Deli | Cathay House | China Poblano | Fatburger | Ghirardelli Chocolate Shop & Soda Fountain |IL MULINO NEW YORK | Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab | LAWRY’S: THE PRIME RIB | Lindo Michoacan | LOTUS OF SIAM | Memphis Championship Barbecue | Mesa Grill | Ping Pang Pong |RISTORANTE B&B | Satay Malaysian Grille |Spiedini |

Oklahoma:

El Reno: Johnnie’s Grill |

South Carolina:

Charlotte: Butcher & Bee | THE HOMINY GRILL |MAGNOLIAS |

Mount PleasantMelvin’s Legendary Bar-B-Q |

North Charleston: EVO

Sullivan’s Island: Poe’s Tavern |

Texas:

Dallas: Celebration | El Ranchito |

Fort Worth: Kincaid’s Hamburgers

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  • BOTVOLR

    Many Folk apparently think of beer as a food to the point of considering themselves a Mucky-Muck, aka a Cerevisaphile (Cer-a-vehs-a-file) 1.an aficionado of beers and ales, 2.a devotee to the decoction of barley infused with hops and fermented, 3.an imbiber of beer on the highest order, bordering on devotion, 4.one who pursues the very finest in malted beverages.
    Ramping things up to the Sommelier level, we have the Cicerone: one who possesses the knowledge and skills to guide those interested in beer culture, including its historic and artistic aspects!!!!
    Me? Just like to quench my thirst especially if dining on New Mexican, Polish, and Irish Yum Yums. Could be a PBR or Carlsberg! Elsewise, prefer a Margarita or White Russian.
    Speaking of Margaritas: we really need to get Big G involved in legislation (given they are doing nothing else) regarding this!!!!: Do you know the def of “margaritaceous”? I.e. having to do with margaritas???? Nope!!! 1. resembling mother-of-pearl; pearly!!!! What’s with that?
    Oh Oh…why am I blabbing? What does Thrillist tell us is the best beer bar in NM (or elsewhere, lest you be soon vacationing)? http://tinyurl.com/hlm4u5q
    Salud! on this Cinco de Mayo!

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