5 Hottest Restaurants in The United States
Are you a foodie looking for the hottest new restaurants? Check out this list of trendy restaurants that will leave you full and happy.
1. Bar Siena, Chicago
After a visit to Siena, Italy, the owners ofBar Sienain Chicago had the perfect vision for their new restaurant. This two-story restaurant, with a casual, but trendy atmosphere, offers favorites from all over Italy. Duck Mac and Cheese, Sweet Corn Ravioli, and Spicy Coppa Pizza are some of the delectable dishes served at Bar Siena. If you have more of a sweet tooth, you certainly won’t be disappointed. With a street-side donut counter serving salted caramel bomboloni, gelato, Italian ice and Lavazza coffee, you’ll surely find the perfect way to end your evening.
2. Broken Spanish, Los Angeles
A coveted reservation in downtown Los Angeles, Broken Spanish offers pan-Latin cuisine, using both traditional and modern techniques. Broken Spanish offers all the elements of a fine-dining restaurant with a wine list, cocktails, and a love for seasonal vegetables. The dishes served are inspired by the foods Chef Ray Garcia ate while growing up. Items like snapper, rabbit mixiote, and black tortillas are to die for, and will leave you with a satisfied pallet.
3. L’Amico, New York
L’Amico, a new restaurant from chef Laurent Tourondel, serves an Italian-influenced cuisine in a modern rustic setting. A great place to slow down and take a break, L’Amico will bring you back to Sunday dinners at grandma’s house. Items like Wood-Fired Chicken and Oppressata Picante Pie will not disappoint.
4. Beckrew Wine House, Houston
If you’re a wine lover, the Beckrew Wine House is the place for you. An extensive wine list with small vineyard selections as well as classic favorites provides the perfect opportunity to sample new bottles and relax with friends. Small bites such as crostini, salads, cheeses, and charcuterie make the perfect compliment to your exquisite glass of wine.
5. Bud & Marilyn’s, Philadelphia
Chef and owner of Bud & Marilyn’s, Marcie Turney, grew up in the midwest and wanted to created a restaurant to capture old American classic flavors. Looking at the menu of comfort foods with midwest influences will leave your mouth watering. Classics like chop suey, meatloaf, cheese curds, and the hot chicken bun will leave you in a happy food haze.