People – Zagat Most Popular Restaurants in the United States. Where would you add?

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It is exciting when we are mentioned in a national or regional publication. We feel honored at the acknowledgment and humbled to be in the company of so many people across the country who share the same passion for great food as we do, and as our visitors have come to love and expect.

But we never want to forget, it is you, our customers who matter the most, to each and every one of us. Our mission is to make you happy and excited to return with others. We will not lose focus of that.

Last Friday we were fortunate to be written up by People in their Food section. People teamed up with Zagat to produce, “a list of the most popular restaurants in the U.S. (including Washington, D.C.)— from local staples to renowned destinations.”

We would like to share that list with you and encourage you to explore the People post and learn about other places to visit around the US.

To read in more detail, you can visit this link.

ALABAMA: HIGHLANDS BAR AND GRILL

ALASKA: THE ROOKERY CAFÉ

ARIZONA: BARRIO CAFÉ

ARKANSAS: THE HIVE

CALIFORNIA: CHEZ PANISSE

COLORADO: J-BAR

CONNECTICUT: FRANK PEPE PIZZERIA NAPOLETANA

FLORIDA: JOE’S STONE CRAB DOGFISH HEAD BREWINGS & EATS

FLORIDA: JOE’S STONE CRAB

DELAWARE: DOGFISH HEAD BREWINGS & EATS

FLORIDA: JOE’S STONE CRAB

GEORGIA: BACK IN THE DAY BAKERY

HAWAII: ROY’S

IDAHO: BAR GERNIKA

ILLINOIS: SUPERDAWG

IOWA: BREITBACH’S COUNTY DINING

KANSAS: JOE’S KANSAS CITY BAR-B-QUE

KENTUCKY: THE BROWN HOTEL

MAINE: YOUNG’S LOBSTER POUND

LOUISIANA: COMMANDER’S PALACE

MARYLAND: CANTLER’S RIVERSIDE INN

MASSACHUSETTS: NEPTUNE OYSTER

MICHIGAN: LAFAYETTE CONEY ISLAND

MINNESOTA: RESTAURANT ALMA

MISSISSIPPI: CITY GROCERY

MISSOURI: PAPPY’S SMOKEHOUSE

MONTANA: THE BURGER DIVE

NEBRASKA: THE GREY PLUME

NEVADA: LOTUS OF SIAM

NEW HAMPSHIRE: POLLY’S PANCAKE PARLOR

NEW MEXICO: MARY & TITO’S CAFÉ

NEW YORK: KATZ’S DELICATESSEN

NORTH CAROLINA: SKYLIGHT INN

NORTH DAKOTA: HO DO RESTAURANT

OHIO: LOLA

NEW JERSEY: DE LORENZO’S TOMATO PIES

OKLAHOMA: EISCHEN’S

OREGON: BEAST

PENNSLYVANIA: BOLETE

RHODE ISLAND: AL FORNO

SOUTH CAROLINA: HUSK

SOUTH DAKOTA: PRAIRIE HOUSE RESTAURANT

TENNESSEE: PRINCE’S HOT CHICKEN

TEXAS: FRANKLIN BARBECUE

UTAH: RUTH’S DINER

VERMONT: PROHIBITION PIG

VIRGINIA: MERROIR

WASHINGTON: RAY’S BOATHOUSE

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