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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by lechnerd, Jan 11, 2019.
This sounds like a comment somebody that is picky would make.
In b4 A&M tries to claim this as a title.
You ain't never lied
You live in Yakima. This post is the city version of conference pride.
Pizza Butt is my favorite restaurant nickname
Yeah everyone had a big ha ha
The worst BBQ restaurant (and possibly worst restaurant) in America is in Sellersburg, Indiana.
Someone's up in arms over it
A lot of the diners are garbage. Hate to say it.
That's actually a great question, because it operates under two names. Rubbin' Butts and Rubbin' Tails. One restaurant, two menus. Rubbin' Butts is BBQ (highlighted by the "Pig-E-Chonga" a deep fried tortilla-wrapped pound of dry as shit minced pork butt). Rubbin' Tails is "sea" food. You can order from both, so the Pig-E-Chonga and a side of fried Cod Fish is an available option.
Mmmm smoked meatloaf
That's on 65 outside of Louisville right? Of course everything down there is going to be terrible. Which begs the question, what in the hell were you doing there?
Nobody is gonna point out that we already did this thread huh
People like to hate on it and I’m not a huge hot dog unless grilled to a near crisp fan but I’m pretty sure I’d enjoy that chili spaghetti combo.
As the decendant of a prominent Cincinnati family, I grew up eating chili on spaghetti and it is in fact awesome. Skyline or otherwise.
Yes Illinois top 10.
NJ is waaaay more than diners. And what you say is true, many diners are trash but we have so many of them that even if half only served inedible shit the rest would more then make up for it. Honestly, it's impossible to declare a diner shitty until you've eaten there 3 or more times and sampled a spectrum of the menu. It's not like going to a steakhouse or a bbq joint, trying a steak or bbq and knowing after one meal if what they want to be known for is crappy.
I’m probably not going to a restaurant for a third time if ther first two meals were awful.
That’s the reason I’ll never go to Whataburger again.
Spoken like a bottom half food state resident.
I’d destroy a Pig E Changa right now tbh.
I resent the remarks about Wyoming and Montana serving freeze-dried steaks outside of one or two cities. They both have tons of independent steakhouses that will match the rest of the country’s best for a fraction of the cost, if not outright blow them out of the water. They don’t do smoked meats well but for a thick cut, free range, solid slab of meat, I’d put them up against anything.
Also a great freshwater fish scene, and some good Mexican influences like CO. Outside of that it’s a lot of German/Polish/Scandinavian immigrant blandness though (other than a specialty shop here and there), so the rankings aren’t far off, but give credit where credit’s due.
That list is the first time I've ever heard about Southern Oregon's "legendary off-highway restaurants"
#blessed to live in the best food city in the best food state in the good ole USSR
List is shit and has nothing to do with the order but rather many of the states listed have no explanation as to why they are ranked where they are or simply have highlights.
you can get really good food in NJ. it’s just all NY and Philly food that has spread to the NJ suburbs.
Coastal MS is as good at food or better than anywhere in the country. The blending of Cajun, Asian, French, Deep South is just incredible. Huge Vietnamese population mixed with French Louisiana influence plus gulf seafood makes for an incredible area of food.
Probably the best kept food secret in the country. An amazing pocket. If anyone is ever in the area tag me and I’ll put you some spots
sorry the worst restaurant in the world is in logan, ohio and it is called olde dutch
if there was a restaurant that only served bowls of human feces it might top olde dutch depending on what the toppings were
We have it here in South MS. It’s incredible
Texas, California, New York and Chicago round out the rest of the top 5 in whatever order you want.
The entire Deep South is too low. Oklahoma is top 20. #facts
Sorry but BBQ is the most AMERICAN food there is, and we do it best.
Cajun food >
Lol go back to canada dickwad.
I’m from Houston
We have pepperoni rolls. That’s it
But fuck, are they good.
Go back to Canada
Do u eat them w/ ranch in your opinion?
Boudin, etoufee, courtbouillon >>>> dry ass brisket
Quote holds up.
50. West Virginia
Almost heaven... does not describe the flavor of a state where a glorified Hot Pocketis the signature food and road kill is probably top five.
Duh but that's bc your brisket has been like your women. Dry.
Etoufee from a shack 40 miles off of I-10 > Franklin’s Brisket
The seattle metro area has 50% more people than portland so I would hope so
Plus you live in camas, so again, congrats on living in the same state as seattle
As someone who has dined with Antwone before i can tell you he’s a man of great taste.
NYC is amazing for food its that simple.