Comments: Before I go....

Most of mine are in Houston, but there's an ice cream place down here in Dania Beach called Jaxson's. Oh, and Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza... Mmmm...

I've never eaten Chick Fil A. Guess I need to try it. ;)

Posted by Pam at February 2, 2010 03:23 AM

We've concluded they put crack in the chicken. Warning. It becomes addictive and you'll want it on Sundays. When they're closed :-)

Posted by caltechgirl at February 2, 2010 10:19 AM

The Red Hat on Lake in Pasadena, best pastrami sandie around.

Posted by Darby Shaw at February 2, 2010 03:19 PM

oh gosh, I love food so much, I don't know how to even narrow it down.

Posted by wRitErsbLock at February 2, 2010 05:32 PM

Anna Maria's in Washington, DC comes to mind. Mom and Pop checkered tablecloth Italian. The Juju Woman and I meet up with six or eight of our friends in DC every three or four years to do the Smithsonian Museums and scoot on over to Annapolis for a day. Anyway, we make reservations at Anna Maria's at least two nights we're there. It is that good, and we vote on where to eat.

Posted by Yabu at February 5, 2010 04:27 AM

We have a new one...Papa Murphy's Take and Bake pizza. The have freshly-made dough, and you pick what toppings to go on it...all fresh. Then you take it home and bake it fresh in your oven. Their garlic sauce, in place of tomato sauce, is to die for! Well, with the way I'm sure it's plugging the arteries, might come true if we have too much.

Posted by Mrs. Who at February 5, 2010 06:18 PM

Hutch's on Walnut near Los Robles.

Posted by Pasadena Closet Conservative at February 7, 2010 05:09 PM

First choice? Rizzo's Pizzeria over in Torrance, off of Sepulveda between Arlington and Crenshaw (is it still there?).

Runner up? Busy Bee's Market in San Pedro. Some of the best sandwiches I could remember from my SoCal days.

Posted by diamond dave at February 9, 2010 06:15 AM

Taco Bell.

Celtic Grill, Rogers, AR

Posted by BloodSpite at February 9, 2010 02:18 PM