Near Zion, in Springdale, it has to be The Bit and Spur.
Hard to go wrong in L.A., but my favorite place is in Santa Monica, called JiRaffe...but you'll spend enough on one meal to buy a couple of 50 sheet boxes of Tri-X! Roasted rack of lamb, pear & walnut salad...groannnnnn.
Fast food tacos? Tito's Tacos on Washington. Home cooked Mexican? Tia Juana's on Olympic. All in West L.A.
Now I'm hungry...
Blue Devil Cafe - Condon, OR
Fields Cafe - Fields, OR
East Wind Drive-In - Cascade Locks, OR
Super Burrito Express - Milwaukie, OR (OK - that's for when I'm at home)
Brink's Burgers - Torrey, UT
Twin Rocks Cafe - Bluff, UT - Internet access too!
Bit & Spur - Springdale, UT
Houston's Trail End - Kanab, UT
La Hacienda - Moab, UT
Quizno's - Tremonton, UT (at the Shell Station off I-84)
Bella Napoli - Page, AZ
Sonic Burger - Page, AZ
Bruno's - Gerlach, NV
An excellent place we just visited on the north side of Atlanta, Maggianos. Italian food you would die for.
Tacoma - el Gaucho's for sure. It's a steak house but you should try the 'Wicked Shrimp'. Mike, you ever been there on a lunch hour?
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San Francisco: "Scomas" on Fisherman's Wharf. Absolutly the best!
Los Angeles: "Pinks" for chili dogs. Located on La Brea & Melrose, near "Hollywood". "Freestyle Photo" is just a few miles east.
Bon Appetit, Kiku
Maggianos is a big chain, and I too recommend them. There are two in CO. If you are up near Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park (or in Winter Park that is...) Hernando's is the best for pizza, especially the "Simone" which is a white (garlic, no red sauce) pizza.
Originally Posted by glbeas
If any of you ever come though connecticut and its pizza your looking for try Pepe's or Sally's both on Wooster street in New Haven. They still use coal to fuel there ovens, it seems to make a differance. Its been said its the best pizza in the world.
It's all those polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling out of the burning coal that probably gives it the extra flavor!
Originally Posted by Louis Nargi
That and the fact you can have a 700-800F degree oven!
Originally Posted by Kirk Keyes