Best of Class/Unique experience places to eat

Discussion in 'Community' started by MorganX, Jul 10, 2004.

  1. macrumors 6502a

    MorganX

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    If you could recommend one place that was a cool atmosphere/trip with best of class or unique eats, where would it be? We're looking for some culinary field trips.

    I'll start:

    Water Street Oyster Bar, Corpus Christi, TX - Seafood Pasta Jambalaya
     
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    poopyhead

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    comictimes

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    Zachary's Pizza
    Oakland, CA
    Definitely the best deep dish pizza I've ever had, and according to various people I've talked to from around the country, the best just about anywhere...
     
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    poopyhead

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    Portillo's
    a fast food place specializing in hotdogs, sausages, and italian beef
    several locations around Chicago

    everytime I go see my girlfriends parent's we stop by Portillo's at least 3 times

    and
    DreamLand BarBQ in Tuscaloosa, AL
     
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    MorganX

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    Thanks for the replies. Next up we're probably heading to Chi-town, my home town for deep dish.
     
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    poopyhead

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    my opinion for best pizza in chicago is Connie's
     
  7. macrumors G3

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    If you're ever in this neck of the woods... maybe try The OXO Tower. ;)

    It's expensive sure, but the food is fantastic and the wine list is the most extensive of anywhere I know in London ;)

    That's before you even get to the finest night views of London from anywhere except the London Eye, I've spent ALOT of money in here, and I've never left after an evening regretting spending the $$$.

    Ooooh, and they don't have a wanky dress code either ;)

    http://www.restaurant-guide.com/details/default.asp?rID=13702&ID=1961&path=12,14,2396,1961&cuiID=4
     

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