10 Best Restaurants In The US

Oct 14, 2023

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Restaurants make any place light up with energy and good vibes. They help upscale a neighborhood. Food joints highlight the native cuisine and community. The best restaurants around the country give their all in bringing a perfect lineup of hospitality, food, hygiene, and architecture.

Here are the top 10 restaurants that you can visit for any occasion, ranging from solo dinners to family outings to romantic restaurant dates.

Perilla LA

“Excellent food, atmosphere and service. My friends and I enjoyed a wonderful Korean pancake, a chef Waygu tasting plate for each person, potato's, and the grilled egg plant (the star dish of the evening). We also enjoyed some cocktails that our waitor Arden suggested which paired perfectly with the meal.”

- maxamil432

Noodle In A Haystack

“All dishes were fantastic! Best chawanmushi and ramen I've had by far! Atmosphere is also very nice, great music, intimate setting, courses came out promptly. The chefs and Pearl were so inviting, informative, and are very genuine people! My husband and I had a great time here and would definitely recommend!”

- Monica M.

Maty’s

“This is a Peruvian Restaurant, very well located. With diverse plates oriented on oriental food with international touch. The attention its very good and the food... No comments. Great and delicious. Is a place to enjoy with friends or family.”

- Joseodalisortiz

Molotov Kitchen + Cocktails

“Exceptional food, nice ambiance. Lovely service. We were so sad to see To The Wind close after so many years. (It was beyond terrific.) But Molotov is carrying the torch! Really one of the few truly good places to dine in Denver.”

- C R.

Prik Hom

“ This tiny restaurant is away from the usual tourist trail in Patong. Located in a Teak House on Nanoi Rd it's a little hard to find - well worth the effort. The restaurant seats around 12 people. For a small place there's lots to choose from on the menu. The salty stir fried pork is delicious, as is the fried rice. Delicious food prepared to order. This isn't a fast food place, so be prepared to sit and relax with a drink while your meal is cooked - it's worth the wait.”

- JocelynC885

Quarter Sheets

“Ok yes this placed lives up to the hype. The wait may be long but it is so worth it. The Bianca was definitely a crowd favorite and the crust is so perfectly salty and crispy. Will be coming back soon!”

- Archeta R.

La Diabla Pozole Y Mezcal

“Our friends and ourselves had a fantastic late lunch there today. From the Pozole to the ceviche to the guacamole, the tacos and the Margarites, everything was EXCELLENT! The service was fast and friendly and the prices were very reasonable.”

- Dan07030

In Bocca Al Lupo

“We were very delighted with all the experience. The food was so delicious and well presented that we ate four times here, in the evening, on a very nice atmosphere. The prices are affordable, we spent around 50 euros on two mains (lamb and ravioli), a memorable desert and two drinks (a glass of sangria and a martini). Thank you for the lovely gourmet experience!”

- Mihaela A

Yess

“LA's most under rated restaurant. Chef Junya Yamasaki is a master of his craft, serving a one of a kind dining experience. I've been here three times, and every single time the menu has been different, crafted around seasonal ingredients and his catch of the week.”

-  Menooa Z.

Ore Hill

“Very unique restaurant... really different menu, but something for everyone. We wanted pizza...it was great! The location is great. Outside atmosphere is really nice. Great, friendly staff”

- Kim Z
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Sarmind is a Writer and an aspiring Editor who has experience in various short and long-form niches. Her academic pursuits intensely mold her industry background in content creation. She holds a Master's degree in Literature, and when not writing for professional purposes, she can be found re-reading old classics of Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters. She is super fond of cats and enjoys hours of doom-scrolling through memes on social media while cuddled up with a cup of desi chai. She likes to think she is an intellectual badass (colloquial: nerdy bore), and now all she needs is a sewing kit to complete the look!

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