Indie Rock Duo JR JR List Their Favorite Places To Eat Across America
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A place where you can eat late and get in easily after the dinner rush. It's got great food, and a ton of goat dishes.
The poutine at this quaint spot was the best we've had. It's an incredible combination of down home Southern and fine dining.
There are a ton of incredible taco trucks in L.A., but the best taco lies in Guisados. The homemade fresh tortilla sets it apart, and the chorizo taco is incredible.
We always go to Sugarfish while in L.A. It's the best bang for your buck sushi in town. Consistency and quality are the staples. Always ask for the albacore belly.
Chef Andy is one of the most humble men we have ever met. But his food speaks volumes to his talent. The whole grilled trout is a favorite, and the grilled local vegetables are always incredible.
Ace is part ping pong club, part restaurant. The food is Asian inspired, and is all excellent. The chicken wings are wonderful, as are all the buns. Beef with broccoli is another to try.
We always end our San Francisco trip with a Mission Burrito. Unfortunately, the time we finish our show varies, and we have had to just go to the Mission District and eat wherever is open. Fortunately, it's always great.
Jess Rice opened a raw, vegan spot in Nashville. The pad thai and pesto zucchini pasta will open the mind of even the staunchest carnivore. It's a really great idea, executed very well.
This small place serves Dosas, which are almost like deconstructed burritos for lack of a better simile. It's a very filling and gluten free meal. And a cute little spot, too.