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38 US restaurants that everyone must visit in 2018, Business Insider



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America's 38 important restaurants to eat in 2018 have been revealed.

Eater has published an annual guide compiled by national critic Bill Addison's food site, which consumes nearly 600 meals in 36 cities in an effort to find the best.

Along the way, Addison said that he realized that what food meant to be "American" had changed: "The culinary language that shows & # 39; they & # 39; and & # 39; we & # 39; – as & # 39; Americans & # 39; or & # 39; others & # 39; – slowly but cannot be dissolved. , "he wrote.

This year, 17 new restaurants are listed.

Here are 38 of the best restaurants in the US in 2018, according to Eater.


2M Smokehouse, San Antonio

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2M Smokehouse
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Eater / Vox Media

Addison said the cooks here "go beyond Lebanese meat-smelling melee as well as serving a frictionless combination of dishes that express their Mexican-American heritage."


Atelier Crenn, San Francisco

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Atelier Crenn
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Eater / Vox Media

Dominique Crenn won praise for finding "a middle ground between intelligence and emotion, between intoxicating presentations and flat delights."


Brennan's, New Orleans

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Brennan's
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Brennan has made a list for the perfect balance of "eternal and cooking that is relevant and honed."


This is Looking for You, Los Angeles

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According to Eater, the chef who owns this LA restaurant, Jonathan Whitener, "is arguably the most creative global aesthetic practitioner in the world."


Himalaya, Houston

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Himalaya
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With a menu inspired by the heritage of Kaiser Lashkari owners in Pakistan, Eater recommends the masala brisket asap restaurant.


Jose Enrique, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Jose Enrique
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Guides advise visitors "to build food around Enrique's classics: whole fish fried into kinetic sculptures, crowned with chunky papaya and avocado and arranged more than mashed potatoes."


JuneBaby, Seattle

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JuneBaby
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JuneBaby focuses on African-American heritage food Eduardo Jordan and food from the South.


Koi Palace, Daly City, CA

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Koi Palace
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Visit this dim sum place for cakes, noodles, porridge, sweet and savory cakes, green vegetables and fresh-skinned meat.


Cafe Mary & Tito, Albuquerque

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Cafe Mary & Tito
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Eater / Vox Media

While the founders of this cafe, Tito and Mary Ann Gonzales, have now died, the restaurant they opened in 1963 lives and is run by the couple's daughter, Antoinette Knight and her family.


Momofuku Ko, New York

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Momofuku Ko
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Facebook / Momofuku Ko

"The intelligence and technical command behind the tasting menu at David Chang's outpost constantly makes Ko one of the most valuable splurgers in Manhattan," Eater said.


Palace Diner, Biddeford, Maine

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Heralded as "the ideal realization of an Americana restaurant during the day," Addison said he could not find better pancakes or melted tuna that were more perfect than those at Palace Diner.


BBQ Park, Los Angeles

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BBQ Park
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Facebook / Garden BBQ

The Korean Barebcue joint is worth a visit for both food and service: "It's just the difference between restaurants; the staff involved, close-telepathy encourage higher experience, "read the guide.


Smyth & the Loyalist, Chicago

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Smyth
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Eater / Vox Media

The Smyth-led husband and wife-restaurant offers a 12-course tasting menu that combines Japanese, Nordic and South-American cuisine, and on the lower floor in Loyalists, the couple serves classic American food, including "what might be the most delicious cheese burger in Chicago. "


Superiority Burger, New York

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Superiority Burger
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Eater / Vox Media

This Lower East Side restaurant specializes in vegetarian burgers and often has hungry passengers lining up on the road to go into meatless food.


Via Carota, New York

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Via Carota
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Addison "a favorite place to eat in New York," Via Carota offers "calming souls" such as tagliatelle with parmesan and prosciutto.


Xi's Famous Food, New York

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Xi's Famous Food
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Eater / Vox Media

Think of "soba noodles with spicy cumin lamb, liangpi & cold skin, and lamb burgers filled with hamburger-shaped bao," and go to one of the locations of the family-run New York family network.


Xochi, Houston

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Xochi
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Eater / Vox

Hugo Ortega and his cooks have been praised for "learning simple, uplifting, spicy and sweet Oaxaca cuisine, with the mole color wheel and period-based specialties formed into irresistible geometry."


Al Ameer, Dearborn, Michigan

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Al Ameer
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This Lebanese family-run restaurant has a butcher at home which means all meat dishes "show incredible freshness."


True, San Francisco

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Benu
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Corey Lee's flagship restaurant sees chefs combining Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisine to create "intricate and striking dishes." Addison said: "I don't know of any other place in America that serves more dazzling food, satisfying singles than Benu."


Bad Saint, Washington D.C.

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Bad Saint
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Eater / Vox Media

Without a reservation and only 24 covers, you can queue for hours before entering Bad Saint – but it's worth the Filipino Cuisine "unmatched" restaurant.


Bateau, Seattle

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Bateau
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Think of an American steakhouse, but it was recreated. Beef is raised on nearby Whidbey Island before it dries, and visitors are given a choice of lesser-known pieces and French-inspired sides like kale gratin.


Bertha’s Kitchen, North Charleston

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Bertha’s Kitchen
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James Dimitri Fletcher

This traditional soul food restaurant serves simple food from fried chicken, cornbread, mac and cheese, lima beans, garlic shrimp, and more. The event was organized by sisters Sharon Grant Coakley, Julie Grant, and Linda Pinckney, who served food made by their deceased mother, Albertha Grant.


Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, New York

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, NY
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Addison believes this is actually the best restaurant in America, where food is an "elegant and interactive experience" that can last for four hours.


Compère Lapin, New Orleans

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At St. Lucian Nina Compton's restaurant "she knits culture along with dishes like snapper with escovitch pepper pepper and beurre blanc carrots."


FIG, Charleston

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FIG
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Addison believes that FIG must be the first and probably the last place you eat in Charleston thanks to the menu "always creative, always constant".


Franklin Barbecue, Austin, TX

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Franklin Barbecue
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Wyatt Mcspadden

Aaron Franklin and his wife Stacy stepped up the game when it came to Texas barbecue, and Addison said their brisket "changed the brain chemistry."


The Gray, Savannah, GA

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Eater / Vox Media

The restaurant, named Eater's of the Year for 2017, hopes to find dishes such as "grouper preserved with salt on toast" and "quails scented with Madeira."


Highlands Bar & Grill, Birmingham, Alabama

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Highlands Bar & Grill
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Eater / Vox Media

"The eternal relevance of the friendly South-French paradise Frank and Pardis Stitt" was praised in this guide.


Kachka, Portland, Oregon

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Kachka
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Facebook / Kachka

Go to Kachka to win Belarusian-Georgian-Russian cuisine, including blini, dumplings and caviar.


Mariscos Jalisco, Los Angeles

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Mariscos Jalisco
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Eater / Vox Media

Visit the Raul Ortega truck because "arguably the most perfect taco in all blessed countries."


Milktooth, Indianapolis

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Milktooth
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Facebook / Milktooth

More in this inventive breakfast joint: wrap your lips around Dutch baby pancakes with fluffernutter and jelly wine, sourdough-chocolate waffles with oolong-infused maple syrup, bacon and beef if you are careless.


Air Lumpur Hen, Honolulu

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Mud Water Hen
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Eater / Vox Media

In this Hawaiian restaurant, "O & # 39; know the original Ed Kenney connects cultural points like no one else on the island," according to the guide.


n / naka, Los Angeles

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Facebook / n / naka

You need to order three months in advance to get into this LA restaurant, but if you can find a table, it's very valuable for "the most poetic kaiseki food in the country."


Parachute, Chicago

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Parachute
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Facebook / Parachute

Visit this Korean restaurant to eat dolsot bibimbap and sesame beef soup.


Prince's Hot Chicken, Nashville

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Prince's Hot Chicken
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Eater / Vox Media

Founded by James Thornton Prince in the 1940s, this restaurant is home to Nashville-style hot chickens.


Sendok & Stabil, Minneapolis

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The food here is interesting but entertaining, according to Eater, made with local ingredients.


Staplehouse, Atlanta

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Staplehouse
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Visit the Staplehouse for a tasting menu that may feature fancy mousses and powders but, importantly, is still delicious and satisfying.


Zahav, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Zahav
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Eater / Vox Media

Zahav owner Michael Solomonov has been credited with starting a new interest in the United States in Middle Eastern cuisine. The Isreali-born chef presents a share of hummus dishes, salads, roast duck hearts, labneh, smoked lamb shoulder, and more.


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