Chowhound has the inside scoop on the restaurants, bars, breweries, and distilleries that will make you push your food limits, and embrace the most exciting dishes that have been hiding in your own backyard. There's much more to Philadelphia than cheese steaks—here are a few of our favorite spots that promise to deliver a true taste of Philly. Read more.
LA might just be the most exciting food city in America. Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Silver Lake, and Venice have been popular dining destination for years, but Chinatown is the new up-and-coming culinary hotbed that boasts a diverse mix of high-quality American, Thai, Korean-Mexican, and Filipino restaurants. We share our favorite Chinatown restaurants that promise to deliver any equally memorable meal as any restaurant in the more publicized dining neighborhoods of LA. Read more.
San Francisco’s Mission District has long been the city’s destination for dining, garnering acclaim from internationally-recognized chefs to top-tier food media. But in the past few years, the Tenderloin—a historically seedy neighborhood nestled between touristy Union Square, old-money Nob Hill and the quickly-developing Civic Center area—has become an increasingly popular dining neighborhood, and for good reason. Read more.