The founder of Taco Bell was Glen Bell.
There are some good spots on this list, but the Luke mention jumped the shark like Tom Douglas' lists for Seattle. Please tell chefs not to mention places they own.
Good writeup of the best pizza in New Orleans. You failed to mention the great rolls and garlic knots and the wonderful pastas. Thanks for giving them some national attention.
Not to mention the fact that Timmy O's isn't in Queens anymore. They moved to New Hyde Park. That sundae hasn't been available in NYC for over a year.
I don't see how you can claim that Reginelli's has exceptional crust. The dough isn't proofed long enough and it's made in a conveyor belt oven. The crust is adequate and is a vehicle for fresh, generally tasty toppings.
I think Popeyes has the best fast food onion rings. They are lightly battered whole rings. I think I'm going to get an order now.
Kosher pizza is terrible. The cheese is always so nasty.
All of these items can be purchased at the Brooklyn Flea from the same vendors.
I have not found much pizza worth eating in the New Orleans area. On Sundays, there is a popup pizzeria called Pizza Delicious in the Bywater that has been producing solid New York-style pies. Also, Nino's on Carrollton in the Riverbend area produces a solid pie if asked for well-done. Domenica, John Besh's Italian restaurant, has solid pies too. I guess they are Neopolitan-style but are certainly not authentic.
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