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We rarely go anywhere to eat without doing at least a little research into what others think of the joint. For this purpose, Yelp is a trusty companion. While we don’t buy all the reviews and don’t put too much stock into what some people think (looking at you, guy who went in-depth on his Subway lunch), for the most part, it’s exceptionally helpful. The engineers at Yelp have now dug through all their data and compiled a list of the 100 Places to Eat in the US. It takes into account both ratings and amount of reviews to showcase places that are both popular and delicious. Here are the Top 10:

1. Da Poke Shack (Kailua-Kona, HI)

2. Paseo (Seattle, WA)

3. Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ (Kansas City, KS)

4. The Cinnamon Snail (New York, NY)

5. Porto’s Bakery (Burbank, CA)

6. Dametra Cafe (Carmel by the Sea, CA)

7. Alinea (Chicago, IL)

8. Franklin Barbecue (Austin, TX)

9. Gary Danko (San Francisco, CA)

10. Joe’s Falafel (Los Angeles, CA)

 

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