Your fave resturant is..?

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  1. Your fave resturant is..?

    Fogo De Chao (brazilian steakhouse..also known for their other types of meats as well)

    Its an awesome place...excellent food..a lil pricey but well worth it.
    Here's their website...
  2. Nobu! Dear good lord the tuna tartar with beluga whale caviar on top in that yummy sauce...
  3. We have a few local restaurants in Charlotte, NC that I regularly go to, depending on what I'm in the mood for...

    Upper end: First would be a great little Italian place, Dolce Ristorante. The next would be a Japanese-French fusion spot, Restaurant i. Dakotas for southern style food, and 300 East for the usual-with-a-twist fair. Cantina 1511 for Mexican. McCormick and Schmicks is consistent for good seafood. Ilios Noche for tasty lil gourmet pizzas and good appetizers, though the seating is bleh. Providence Cafe is great for a nice lunch, yummy fried green tomato sandwich.

    Fun Food: South 21 Drive-in for a burger, Price's Chicken Coop for fried chicken (when I can get up there, they have early closing hours...if not, Bojangles, lol), Shell Inn between Lancaster SC and Rock Hill SC for fried seafood (very hard to find place, way out in the country, know about it because my Dad used to supply them with fish)
  4. Ichibiri - It's a Japanese Steakhouse. Mmm.
  5. Wahoo's downton HB and Kobe Japanese Steak House in Seal Beach and Norm's in Newport Beach!
  6. Austin, Texas:

    Vespiao, hands down, the best italian ever. High end (for Austin) and fabulous!

    Mars... asian/mediterranian fusion. excellent.

    LaTraviata- great italian, not quite as good as Vespiao, but very, very good.

    Gumbos- great Louisiana seafood... as good as it gets without a trip to the big easy.
  7. I have to agree with Fogo de Chao. I haven't been to a lot of restaurants but Fogo is very good. I went to the one in LA. I have to get out more :smile:
  8. Angin - Japanese BBQ steakhouse in Costa Mesa.
  9. Monterrey, Mexico

    La Goudina: small italian restaurant in my part of town. I swear they have THE best spaghetti all'olio ever!

  10. Are you in Houston? That's my DH's favorite restaurant as well.

    Mine is The Melting Pot!! MMMMMM Sooo good!
  11. CPK, Z California Sushi & Frying Fish for something that's affordable..

  12. Nope, I'm actually in the Dallas area. ;)
  13. Miami -

    China Grill
    Il Porcao (amazing brazilian steakhouse)
    Ruth's Chris
    Tani (incredible Thai)
    and of course the usual PF Changs, Cheesecake Factory, Grand Lux Cafe etc :smile:
  14. I'm in NYC, and my fave is Bar Americain.
  15. in LA:

    high end - nobu (looove miso black cod, rock shrimp tempura, new style sashimi, tuna tartar, can go on and on)

    mid range - tokyo table (right across the street from nobu in BH) - seared albacore on crispy rice, seared garlic albacore, calamari salad, and many more

    low end - natalee thai (thai bbq chicken, hi yo silver, pineapple fried rice w/ crabmeat)

    wow this thread has gotten me HUNGRY!