Slurp-worthy ramen in Atlanta. Destination-worthy barbecue in Austin. Filipino food additions in Boston. And that’s just the beginning.
Those are just a few of the newest additions to the Eater 38 across 24 different cities. The Eater 38 serves as the answer to the age-old question, “Where should we eat for dinner tonight?” Each city’s individual map works to incorporate a range of neighborhoods, cuisines, and price ranges, presenting a mini-snapshot of the state of dining in that particular city. Restaurants must be open at least six months to be eligible for the list (newer destinations are highlighted on the various Eater Heatmaps). Use each map as an incentive to pick up standout dumplings in Los Angeles, a modern-day Brooklyn diner in New York, the best boudin in New Orleans and so much more.