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    Independence, Kentucky (in the greater Cincinnati area).

    Skyline Chili - Delicious
    Penn Station East Coast Subs -- Absolutely destroys subway.
    Devou park -- amazing view of Cincinnati
    Pepperpod (newport KY) -- best little down home late night "eat here if you're drunk" place, open 24/7
    Graeter's Icecream (buttermilk Pk.) -- Best Cincinnati Ice Cream

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    Lexington, Kentucky

    UK's campus, to see some of the most beautiful gals (and a lot of them) in the US.

    Drive on over to Versailles to see some amazing horse farms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choppah View Post
    San Jose, CA

    La Victoria Taqueria (La Vics)
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-victoria-taqueria-san-jose-2
    Burritos are good topped with orange sauce = bomb.
    Multiple locations downtown. Forget all you Iguana fanboys.
    Fuck yeah i can't believe that iguana place got a spot on tv while la victoria didn't get shit. Love their orange sauce and I am too far away from san jose but next time I go there I am buying me a bottle

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    J. Smitty.. Good list on Vancouver.. I'll add some more

    Toshi Sushi - awesome sushi at reasonable prices. This place is always busy, get there before 5 to avoid any lines

    Landmark Hot pot - Pretty much the best place for hotpot in Vancouver, but is pricey.

    Pho Kim Penh Xe Lua - Broadway & Cambie 24 hour pho.. definitely better places in the day but 24 hours!! what other city has that!!

    JapaDog - Coming to a stand near you

    Zakkushi - Japanese Tapas awesome

    Richmond has so many awesome chinese restaurants I can't name them all..

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    London, fuckin sick scene, good clubs house and trance music all around, other American cities (not including Miami or NYC) need to follow suit

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    Philadelphia (God, this is easy)

    Yuengling - Until the last 5 years or so, you could only get it in PA/NJ/DE, but it's expanded elsewhere along the east coast, now. It's brewed in PA, and it used to be one of the "cheap" beers (think Rolling Rock, etc) but now it's sort of gained a cult status everywhere else. Weird as hell, but whatever. It's fucking delicious.
    We get it down here in Texas. I love it!

    Beumont,Tx
    Good BBQ all over
    Crawfish.

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    Peoria IL - Emo's an ice cream shack, but easily the best hotdog/chili dogs/coney dogs around.

    Pizza Works - just up the road from emos, great pizza, cheap beer and drinks, live music most nights.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ligaya View Post
    Fuck yeah i can't believe that iguana place got a spot on tv while la victoria didn't get shit. Love their orange sauce and I am too far away from san jose but next time I go there I am buying me a bottle
    one of my friends parents own la vics.
    they opened a spot up by me in redwood city, but its not as good.
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    since no one has posted about atlanta yet...


    Atlanta:

    Shopping - Lenox Square (buckhead), Sax Fifth (VERY EXPENSIVE. Buckhead), Cumberland (not as nice, atlanta)

    Dining - Buckhead Life resturants. Anywhere near Lenox. Gumbys pizza near UGA. OK Cafe in atlanta. Taco place called Verde... can't remember the location off the top of my head. outside of buckhead/vinings

    Movies - Fork n Screen (buckhead. eat and watch a movie)



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    Just moved to Lake Charles,La
    Luna's is awesome
    Daryll's Bar has the best sandwiches ever

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    Atlanta / Augusta:

    The Varsity (ATL) - almost like in n out, but not quite
    Po Folks - authentic country food (i think there is only one left and it's in Augusta)
    Nacho Mamas - Amerixican food
    Mellow Mushroom - Pizza that sucks unless you're stoned
    Stone Mountain - Fun to go hike the mountain, plenty of shit to get into, the laser light show is pretty entertaining when your blitzed
    Any show/concert at the Tabernacle...the acoustics are great, nice sized venue


    THINGS TO NOT GO SEE IN ATLANTA & AUGUSTA:
    The Georgia Aquarium...on top of a nearly $30 admission that only gets you general access to the exhibits, for merely $8-12 an attraction (5-6 total) you get to experience the whole aquarium, IMO it's not worth it.
    The Underground...hasn't been worth a damn in over 5 years, if it's mentioned pass it up.
    The Georgia Golf Hall of Fame, they built it dedicated it, and over $20-million later it's over run with weeds and was only open for half a year.
    Fort Discovery, it's ok...if you're 8.
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    San Jose Costa Rica

    Rest Tiquicia : tipical food , AMAZING view of the city , great place to have dinner and enjoy some beers , if you're a tourist you need to go there.

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    The Hungry Monk
    1760 W Chandler Blvd (just East of Dobson)
    Chandler, AZ 85224

    For starters, 28 beers on tap, many from local or regional craft breweries, for all you beer-heads out there.

    They have an excellent boneless chicken burrito I find myself enjoying every NFL Sunday morning.

    My personal favorite is the "Monk Quesadilla," which comes with marinated grilled chicken, tomatoes, onions, smokey bacon and BBQ sauce. I usually get mine without the tomatoes and onions and with a side of ranch. Phenomenal.

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    If you're ever in Austin, hit up Pluckers for some awesome wings. Some of the flavors you probably won't find anywhere else would be the goldrush, bakers gold, and quite possibly Dr Pepper (which doesn't actually taste like Dr Pepper, but is still delicious). also, pluckers has the best fried pickles and fried mac and cheese I've ever had

    also, Matt's El Rancho, guero's, and chuy's have pretty good mexican food.

    for BBQ, I hear The County Line is pretty good but you can't beat The Salt Lick's BBQ or brisket, plus it's BYOB

    for awesome pork belly sliders, check out Odd Duck Farm to Trailer. they have an extremely interesting menu, all ingredients are from local farmers, and it changes almost daily
    http://oddduckfarmtotrailer.com/


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    More on Atlanta, more in the midtown/virginia highlands area though which is closer to the actual heart of atlanta. I'll post more of the hole in the wall places than huge big name places...

    Good places to eat:

    Papi's - great cuban sandwiches and cuban food, very cheaply priced as well
    Mary Macs Tea Room - southern food - literally located next door to Papi's. Go here if you want to be in a food coma for the rest of the day..sooo good (also have great sweet tea)
    Taqueria Del Sol - hands down, best fish tacos ...this is a gourmet taco place and holy dick it's fantastic. You'll be beyond full off of 4 tacos and its so good. I'd recommend the brisket taco, the memphis taco, and they also do a "special" every day..different every day but it's never failed me to get one of them
    The Varsity - better than ex-lax, but significantly more expensive
    Fat Mat's Rib Shack - best BBQ ribs in atlanta hands down..their ribs are incredible. They also normally have live blues music every night which rules
    Fox Brothers BBQ - best BBQ in atlanta, hands down. Fat Mats definitely has them on ribs, but if you're looking for pulled pork/brisket this is the place to go. It's a bit on the pricey side (~$10 for a plate, $8 for a sandwich) but its worth it. So Fucking Good.
    Fellinis Pizza - pretty good pizza, decently cheap beer



    Good places to eat AND drink:
    The Vortex - This place was on Man vs. Food. Really good burgers and a good beer selection as well. If you go to the one in Little 5 Points you'll have a better experience, but it also takes FOREVER to get a seat. The one in Midtown on Peachtree Street is significantly less crowded.
    Taco Mac (go to the Metropolis one on Peachtree Street) - hot wings and a huge beer selection..like 100+ on tap and 300+ in bottles. Great place to go watch a game as well.
    The Porter - good beer selection, pretty decent bar food
    Brick Store Pub - My own personal hole in the wall favorite gem of atlanta. Great belgian beer selection and english pub food. Perfect place to go hang out with a few coworkers or friends. It's a tiny place though, so sometimes the wait gets really long. I don't think they take reservations either. If you go here or Taco Mac without me I might get a little bit jealous/pissed
    Park Tavern - if its raining and you're looking for a beer with some friends, go here. It's located on Piedmont Park and has good outdoor seating and is nice inside too. When it rains they do a special called "When it rains, it pours" where their house brew is $1 per pint. Great way to get sauced when its crappy out.

    Good things to do:
    Brewery Tours:
    Sweetwater and Atlanta Brewing Company both do brewery tours I think Thurs-Sat. It's $7-$8 and you get a pint glass and a certain number of tickets..take the tickets up to the bar and redeem them for beer. At the end, you get to keep the pint glass. They also tour you around the brewery and show you how beer is made. It's a really good pregame for the night or chill place to hang out. Sweetwater is infintitely more yuppy/businessmanlike but also has better beer. ABC is more relaxed college-like and also isn't as strict on how much beer you get to drink but their beer isn't nearly as good

    I thought the GA Aquarium was a fun place - if you've never been there before it's defintiely worth the visit, but yes, it is expensive

    Stone Mountain is fun if you're outdoorsey. It only takes an hour and some change to climb if you're going at a fairly slow pace and then the view from the top is pretty cool.



    I'll update as I think of things
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    New York:

    Pizza: Lombardi's or Patsy's Pizza
    Kosher : Ben's Kosher Deli
    Brooklyn Brewery
    For a good scenic view/ dinner/ drinks go to 530 Fifth

    If you want to drop a good amount of money and impress a chick go to the Riverside Cafe in BK right underneath the BK Bridge overlooking Lower Manhattan.

    Almost a endless amount of shit to do in the city. You can just wander pretty much anywhere in Manhattan and find someplace interesting. I personally always go to Midtown Comics.

    I'll update as I think of more.

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