Great American Restaurants
Selecting the great American restaurants is like trying to whittle down a concise list of the most attractive people on earth. There are so many great selections that it seems almost impossible to settle for just a few. Here is a good reference point where you can begin to get a good basis for the great American restaurants.
- "The Metropolitan Grill” Dubbed “The Met” by local enthusiasts, the Metropolitan Grill is a classic New York steakhouse parked near Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle. Serving the finest meats money can buy, along with five star, impeccable service, The Metropolitan Grill is an easy pick for one of the great American restaurants.
- “Uva” Uva is a lesser known venue located in Manhattan on the Upper East Side. Yet, if you enjoy fine Italian dining, then you won’t think twice about Uva being on this list of great American restaurants. From the wine to the pesto, Uva serves first class Italian wares at relevantly reasonable prices. A tip for the dessert lovers--get the espresso ice cream and chocolate cake patty.
- “Per Se” Go ahead and put your chips all in if you want. Per Se is the pinnacle of New York City class. Thomas Keller created this masterpiece, an elegant restaurant overlooking Central Park in the Time Warner Center.
- “Charlie Trotter’s” The epitome of great American restaurants. Dig in to some raw food and vegetables and imagine liking it at the same time. Charlie Trotter’s is the ultimate dining experience the Midwest has to offer. Menu selections are made simple despite the ostensible elegance. There is a cogent list of seafood and vegetable plates, along with decadent desserts with a tasteful dash of creativity.
Gander at this list and you have a nice place to begin your dining adventures from coast to coast. These great American restaurants hold up with the best of them. Of course there are many more, but here you have a reference point to branch off from.