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The 8 Best Restaurants in America

The 8 Best Restaurants in America

The 8 Best Restaurants in America

Chosen by our favorite celebrities!

Let these celebs take you on a culinary tour of their favorite (and most delicious) local eateries. From New Orleans gumbo to the best french toast in the world, make sure to place these restaurants on the map next time you drive cross-country. 

Desiree Akhavan picks Chavela's in Brooklyn

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“This place used to be next door to my first apartment on Classon Avenue and was a hole-in-the-wall the size of my armpit. It’s moved to a much larger location and had a major facelift, but what matters has stayed the same: the best, most reasonably priced chicken mole I’ve ever had. They also make an incredible Manhattan.” 736 Franklin Ave.;

Daniel Caudill picks Bigalora Wood Fired Cucina in Detroit

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“I tell my friends to go here for brunch and try the homemade, Nutella-like spread. It’s great with fresh cream and banana on the waffle made with pizza dough. They usually come back to me saying it’s the best thing they’ve ever had.” 711 S. Main St., Royal Oak;

Mary Lambert picks Local 360 in Seattle

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"Chicken and waffles? Check. Deviled eggs? Absolutely. Peanut butter and jelly bonbons? You need them in your life. Local 360 aims to source 90% of its raw ingredients from within a 360-mile radius of Seattle, and it shows." 2234 First Avenue,

Yigit Pura chooses Barbacco in San Francisco 

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“My go-to restaurant. Chef Staffan Terje puts real heart into his cooking. Come with friends and order a ton of small plates.” 220 California St.,

Chris Salgardo chooses Du-par's in Los Angeles

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“Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, and this place has the best French toast, hands down. Plus, it’s available at any hour.” 6333 W. 3rd St., Du-par's

Big Freedia chooses Deanie's Seafood in New Orleans

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“This is my favorite spot to eat authentic, New Orleans–style Cajun food. Their gumbos and jambalaya are not to be missed.” 841 Iberville St.;

Seth Bogart chooses Succotash in Kansas City

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“All my friends in Kansas City, including my ex, have worked here. I used to hang here a lot when I was waiting for him to get off work.” 2601 Holmes St.;

Brittney Griner chooses Tilted Kilt in Phoenix

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“My favorite place to watch a game. It’s close to US Airways Center [the arena where the Phoenix Mercury play] and has a great gameday atmosphere. Plus, the fish and chips are awesome.” 2 E. Jefferson St.;

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