Finding a steakhouse is not hard. But finding a truly exceptional steakhouse where you can't go wrong when you order the filet mignon, prime rib, or T-bone, is something special. As you plan dinners with old friends and holiday lunches with coworkers, consider these spots, deemed to be the very best steakhouses in America.
Mason, one of the county’s top data scientist and CEO of data research firm Fast Forwards Labs, looks at quantitive data to apply numbers to prove what is the best burger in the country. In this video for Bon Appetit, Mason looks at more than 900,000 reviews of “burger eating experiences” around the country and looks for which ingredients are most popular with diners and which of those ingredients — “the bun, the meat, the cheese and the other stuff on top of it” — have the most favorable responses. To see which restaurant sells the best burger in America, you’ll have to watch the video, but here’s a hint — the bun on the country’s top burger is toasted.
Chefs across the country are realizing that a little bit of salty, fatty protein goes a hell of a long way. By: Adam Erace STANDING AT A burly six feet three, David McMillan looks more like the man who started Joe Beef —the Montreal institution that serves pig-skin pastas and supersize foie gras, bacon, and cheese sandwiches—than a man who regularly eats cauliflower for dinner.