Westside Market in Cleveland, the Strip District in Pittsburgh, International Boulevard in Oakland--they're all Chow Places. An adequate number and variety of food vendors gathered together in a walkable venue, to create a synergy and energy that's greater than the sum of parts. Often unknown to visitors, always beloved by natives, typically showcasing the best of the ethnic groups and cultures that inhabit these towns. The taco trucks of Oakland, Primanti's sandwiches in the Strip, the sausage vendors at the Westside--all cab drivers know these places.
Where are some others of America's great Chow Places, that's what I want to know.