11/14/2012 12:36:00 PM

America's Top Restaurants in 25 Cities/Regions

Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas
Our 2013 America's Top Restaurants guide officially launched today, and it includes 1,822 restaurants in 46 U.S. cities and regions as rated and reviewed by more than 225,000 diners. So who were the big winners? We've rounded up the No. 1 eateries in 25 U.S. cities and regions from Atlanta to Seattle, so whether you're planning a cross-country trip or just want to see how your area stacks up, click through the slide show below to check out the best eats from coast to coast, and get your copy of the guide here.

24 comments :

  1. Oh, come on...the Phoenix metro area is bigger than Portland and New Orleans combined, but got completely ignored. What if I want to waste an exorbitant amount of money on a silly status symbol in Arizona? Where am I to go?

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    1. There's one in Phoenix that costs $125 for one person, drinks extra. It was reviewed on the show CHECK PLEASE. Can't think of its name, but I know I won't go there.

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  2. Colton, thats what I came here looking for too. I would recommend Elements at the Sanctuary. Easily the best place my fiance and I have found. http://www.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/food/elements.html

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  3. Petite Maison in Scottsdale is off the charts, also try Christophers or misson

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  4. I second Elements. Place is off the chain, food is awesome, service is great. Worth the money

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  5. Listing Seattle's Rover's is all the evidence needed to discredit the list as nothing more than meaningless babble.

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  6. Elements has proven to be a really good restaurant find. The food is awesome and well worth the budget.

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  7. F*CK THE PHOENIX, AZ AREA. WASTING EVERYONE ELSE'S WATER SO YOU CAN LIVE IN THE DAMN DESERT....

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  8. Hey Guys. I'm pretty sure your photo of Boston's O Ya is inaccurate. You should fix that and put the right one up. Thanks!

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  9. Surprised to see Portland, Maine completely ignored. "Foodiest small city in America" according to Bon Appetit.

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  10. What if I want to waste an exorbitant amount of money on a silly status symbol in Arizona? Where am I to go?

    There's always Denny's.

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  11. I'm not at all impressed with this restaurants. Hideous interior and agonizingly boring cuisine.

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  12. That you would ignore Minneapolis is a joke. Bachelor Farmer just made Bon Appetit's 10 best, and there are many others that are getting national cred. You just dissed a metro area larger than 13 of the ones you listed. Nice going.

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  13. Agree with Rasika's. I love Indian food, and it was the best I'd ever had.

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