Very refined preparations are turning heads in San Francisco at restaurants such as In Situ and Navio, but Bay Area locals also are attracted to a ramen shop, a fast-casual Indian spot and the health-conscious True Food Kitchen.
Some of the hottest restaurants in the country aren’t the stereotypical one-offs you night expect. Many of them are the second or third location of a successful concept or the latest brainchild of an established organization.
Operators in the “Entertainment Capital of the World” understand the importance of doing more than just feeding their customers, so trendy restaurants have conveyor belts with food for guests’ hot pots, Miami-style glitz...
Nostalgia’s in the air in New York City, where hot restaurants are springing up in renovated but still old-timey hotels, chefs are reopening their former operations, and even an ancient speakeasy has been revived.