"The wine and cocktail programme is the best in the city."
Discover the best restaurants in North America with guides from the city’s top chefs and food writers on where they love to eat and drink.
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"In the 60s, Cambridge was a place people flocked to from all over the world like they do now with New York or Berlin."
"Seattle has the infrastructure to support anything from high-end restaurants to laid-back venues."
"Quebec drinks more wine per capita than any other place in the world."
"You don’t have chefs trying to ram different high-end concepts down your throat."
"Sometimes it's hard to elevate foodways that are almost already perfect."
"The history of New Orleans and our cultural influences are celebrated in the food, so our food culture is pretty wild."
"Montreal is an affordable place to eat well."
"It's the clear-cut number one in this city for wine geeks."
"It's a honky-tonk that’s located downtown on Broadway and is one of my favourite places on Earth."
"Queens is the immigrant engine that fuels the New York that people think they know."
"It doesn’t get more local than this, so we’ve got to get behind them and do what we can."