U.S. City By Iconic Restaurant #2 - Picture Quiz

Name the city or locality. This isn't an endorsement of any place. Many of these are just popular by tourist trap tradition and aren't any better or worse than the place across the street. They just might charge more.

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Cities may or may not appear more than once.
Branch locations excluded. Answer with the locality most associated with the establishment.
Not all are currently serving the public.
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Last updated: April 30, 2023
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Randy's Donuts. You've definitely seen establishing shots of it even if you've never set foot in North America.
Leon's Frozen Custard may have inspired Arnold's Drive-In, the hangout of Fonzie and Opie Cunningham.
Guess who eat together at the Carnegie Deli? Bowser from Sha Na Na and Arthur Fonzerelli.
Wiener's Circle. By tradition, insults are a free condiment.
Buddy's, home of square pizza
Ben's Chili Bowl has had murals featuring its customers such as Bill Cosby, Prince and the Obamas.
Faidley's crab cakes are appreciated by cops, gangs, dockworkers, the press and politicians alike.
Joe's Stone Crab has been around since the metropolis was just a tiny town.
Sloppy Joe's is a long established tourist trap frequented by an iconic writer, a president, and throngs.
Even before they expanded, Ninfa's was credited with popularizing the fajita. The other branches are no longer affiliated and several are co-owned by Carlos Mencia.
Bacchanal Buffet is fit for an ancient Roman feast.
Musubi Cafe Iyasume successfully spams its customers.
Anthony Bourdain made his living traveling the world to try different cuisines and called The French Laundry "the best restaurant in the world, period". They specialize in French food and, naturally, wine.
The French Laundry's founder, as well as Anthony Bourdain, Julia Child, and many other renowned chefs have professed a profound love of this city's iconic In-N-Out Burger chain.
Popeye's is fast food from debatably the greatest food city in the United States. Chefs find solace that it's technically from just outside the city limits.
Anchor Bar, along with Duff's, claim to have invented an internationally popular specialty.
Geno's OR Pat's King of Steaks? Which side of the street do you go to for a sandwich?
The Varsity sells more Coke than Tony Montana did.
You might need a loan to buy a Coke at the Rainbow Room, situated atop 30 Rock.
Dunkin' Donuts is in a cheap rent location everywhere in the region. No smoking inside the door.
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