Katz's Delicatessen, New York City: Famous for its classic pastrami on rye, Katz's has been a New York staple for over a century.
Pizzeria Bianco, Phoenix: This pizzeria gained fame for its artisanal pizzas, particularly the Margherita pizza with its perfect balance of flavors.
Louis' Lunch, New Haven: Recognized as the birthplace of the American hamburger, their unique burger is still a major draw.
Dooky Chase's, New Orleans: Known for its classic Creole dish, Shrimp Clemenceau, a favorite in the heart of New Orleans.
Primanti Bros., Pittsburgh: Famous for its sandwich stacked with grilled meat, coleslaw, tomato, and French fries all between two slices of Italian bread.
Gladys Knight & Ron Winans' Chicken and Waffles, Atlanta: This spot became a hit for its soul food staple, chicken and waffles.
Peter Luger Steak House, New York City: Renowned for its dry-aged steak, particularly the porterhouse, which is a hallmark of this historic steakhouse.
Phillipe the Original, Los Angeles: Known for its French Dip Sandwich, a simple yet delicious creation that has stood the test of time.
Acme Oyster House, New Orleans: Famous for their chargrilled oysters, a must-try for seafood lovers visiting New Orleans.
Pequod's Pizza, Chicago: Gained a cult following for its deep-dish pizza with a caramelized crust, a unique take on the Chicago-style pizza.