It’s an established fact that celebrities go to the finest eateries in town. So it only makes sense that a powerhouse couple like Neil Patrick Harris and his chef husband David Burtka know some of the best restaurants in America.
Luckily, the duo have been enlisted by OpenTable as their most recent Tastemakers, putting Harris’ Hollywood connections and Burtka’s chef palette to the test.
The Tastemaker lists are designed by OpenTable, a restaurant booking company, so that people can get restaurant recommendations from the most in-the-know people in the world.
With one actor, one Food Network star, and two adorable twins, the Harris-Burtka family have an opinion or two about where’s good to eat. For Harris, food has become an important part of the family network.
He told OpenTable: ‘Discovering incredible restaurants has become a passion of mine, since I met my better half, and most of our favorite memories revolve around food.
‘We spend a lot of our time trying new restaurants in our home – New York City – as well as cities we come across in our travels.’
Check out David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris’ favorite restaurants in America.
This San Francisco eatery has an elegant atmosphere with a seasonal menu, handcrafted by Michael Tusks, which focuses on locally-sourced food and wine. When it comes time to order, definitely go with either the tasting menu or a la carte plates like the suckling pig or the black cod.
This isn’t your average hotel restaurant. Michael Simon’s Detroit steakhouse is a surefire hit – a place that has it all. It’s menu highlights meats of all kinds that pair well with amazingly tasty sides.
Set in a historical landmark, this is one of Michigan’s best restaurants. This place is wonderful for events and big parties. This establishment is known for fine food, which has a menu that focuses on seafood and wonderfully cooked steaks.
4 El Pinto
The decor of this New Mexican restaurant is as impressive as the food. Located about 20 minutes outside of Albuquerque, this massive hacienda boasts many rooms. The terra cotta fountains, plentiful chips, salsa, guacamole, and green chile are what make this restaurant a true wonder.
I have been here a few times, and every time I come to Chicago, I simply can’t skip out on this place. Top Chef winner Stephane Izard creates innovative and creative food. With its small plates, you’ll have to resist yourself from ordering the entire menu. Strong, flavorful food that is better after every single bite.
Lidia Bastianich, acclaimed chef and TV personality, created Lidia’s, which is the quintessential restaurant for rustic northern Italian cooking. Set in an old train station, the farmhouse atmosphere is perfectly rustic and elegant at the same time.
The dishes are flavorful and will leave you beyond full of delicious food. When ordering, go for the pastas, especially the pasta trio that’s cooked tableside. If you can find room in your stomach, you’ll have to try anything with the gorgonzola sauce or the mushroom arancini.
Okay let’s be honest, have you ever had a bad meal at Momofuku?! David Chang brings his seasonal, always changing, Asian-inspired menu to a bigger, badder and tastier level. Always great food done Vegas style.
Looking for the best sushi in Orlando? This is your place. The dining room is like a Vegas nightclub, but the food is as authentic as eating in Japan. Whether you sit down and share dim sum on lazy Susan’s, or order straight from the gigantic sushi bar, this iron chef does it right.
If you’re in the mood for Italian cuisine, this is your place to go. Make sure to book ahead because this tiny Trattoria fills up fast. From homemade, rolled pasta to perfectly cooked Bistecca Florentine, this LA favorite is a no brainer.
10 Vetri Cucina
With a tiny dining room and a multi-course tasting menu, Ventri never disappoints. It’s over-the-top, expensive and probably some of the best Italian food you will ever have.
Author: Tom Capon
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