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A spread of Hawaiian dishes from Noreetuh.
A spread of Hawaiian dishes from Noreetuh. Photo courtesy of Noreetuh

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The Resy Guide to New York’s Best Regional American Restaurants, From Coast to Coast

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While New York is famously home to cuisines from all over the world, it’s also a great place to sample America’s wide range of regional cooking. Take, for instance, the recent buzzy openings of Brooklyn Hots, which specializes in the Rochester, N.Y. delicacy known as the “garbage plate,” or Greg Baxtrom’s latest opening, Patti Ann’s, an ode to his mom’s Midwestern cooking.

Whether you’re looking for Kansas City-style burnt ends, Hawaii’s much-loved Spam musubi, or a green chile cheeseburger that brings you right back to Santa Fe, N.M., here’s where to find some of the best American regional specialties in New York.