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Eventually, though, we landed on fried catfish and hushpuppies, a specialty up and down the state’s muddy rivers and an iconic Southern plate of golden fried food.
Ezell’s Fish Camp now has multiple locations, but go to the original in tiny Butler for the true experience.
Pepe's "apizzas" are so old school, they come without cheese by default, so make sure you request some mozz or you'll have to wait in line for another hour to get seconds. But it's tradition in the DE/PA area, and people there eat it at brunch as part of a balanced breakfast.
Other than Dogfish Head and the beach, people often don't know much about what happens in The First State. More scrapple is made in Bridgeville than anywhere in the world. Chelsea Tavern in Wilmington offers it two ways -- as a side, or as scrapple hash, where it's mixed up with home fries, spicy ketchup, and an egg.
And unlike some chains that shut the breakfast hose off at 11am, it doesn't have to be breakfast time for you to to order one -- it serves the morning meal all day long.
In what may come as a surprise to most folks who've never been to the state, Connecticut's best food isn't, in fact, a single Saltine eaten at a boarding school.
Other than Outkast, Georgia's greatest export to the rest of the country is undoubtedly the chicken biscuit.
Combining two great sources of Southern pride into one flaky, battery protein hand grenade isn't rocket science, but it does explode taste buds unlike any other Southern staple.
And while there's always debate about the best Cuban sandwich in Miami, this is the best one you'll find.And we’d venture El Norteño makes them better than anyone else in Arizona. And while we do have a place in our hearts for the California burritos stuffed with fries and fish tacos of So Cal, we must go with our one true love: the Mission burrito.It’s an old-school, counter-service spot where an asada chimichanga brings an unexpected heat, and only gets better when topped with red chile, sour cream, and cheese. We’ve long been fans of the spa town’s iconic restaurant and its fantastic spicy sauce. Yes, yes, it won all sorts of awards when Nate Silver used science and then people to cook up a huge burrito bracket, but we’ve been spouting off about the carnitas at La Taqueria for as long as Thrillist has been in SF, and its hard to argue with the perfection that is its super burrito, especially if you’re going to finish it off with those green/red salsas that are sitting on the table.For some dishes you want to go with the original that started it all, and other times a new-school innovator has taken things to a savory extreme that's just way more delicious.If you've got your own reasoning behind a different pick, let us know in the comments, as we always have room for seconds.