The website and app, Urbanspoon, released its list of "America's Most Popular High-End Restaurants."
New York's list included some great places where you can eat healthy, such as Le Bernardin and Gramercy Tavern, two of our favorites.
The Portland list included Andina, where The Restaurant Dieter once enjoyed a meal.
The Las Vegas list left off Michael Mina at the Bellagio, which is a shame. Our meal there was the highlight of the trip.
For Atlanta, it was nice to see some healthy choices make the list,
including Kyma and The Atlanta Fish Market.
But it was horrible to see
that two Brazillian steakhouses also made the list. The line outside
Fogo de Chao is indeed long, so the term "popular" is accurate. That is
if you like heart-stopping portions of meat that is so heavily salted
you're gasping for water. And more meat.
Fogo seemed to make the list
in any city that has one. Hmmmm.