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5 Best Restaurants for Business Travelers in America!

When one is travelling in an alien country their biggest concern is the food. When you’re on a business trip you don’t want to experiment a lot with your taste buds. Business travelers are mostly looking for food that is palatable for their foreign taste buds and not too harsh on their tummies. When travelling, tourists do want to try local food itemsthat are safe so for all those tourists, the following list is for you:

Ben's Chili Bowl:

Location: 1213 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA

Situated in Washington D.C. Ben’s is easily recognizable because of its traditional façade. The restaurant has had the privilege of serving Bill Cosby and Barack Obama. Throughout history many riots have erupted in the city shutting down businesses but somehow Ben’s has remained open.
Their famous dish is the quarter pound pork and beef sausage that is smoked to perfection. One can also opt for their hot dogs and hamburgers, that are available even during breakfast hours.

The Varsity

Location: 61 N Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA

Been in business for 85 years, the varsity is famous for its drive through dialogue of ‘What’ll ya have?’. The response to this question usually is ‘the hot dog’ because the varsity has some killer hot dogs. Hot dogs are a very safe food for everyone and the varsity sells two amazing forms of hot dogs the yellow hot dog and the red hot dog. The names suggest the sauces present in them which are mustard and ketchup respectively.

Faidley's

Location: 203 N Paca St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

Faidley’s rose to fame through their groundbreaking dish; the crab cake sandwich. The dish has a lump of crab meat atop a layer of white bread surrounded by fresh crunchy tomato and lettuce. Sea food is a great option for travelers as its nutritious and easy on the metabolism. This crab meat is made exceptionally scrumptious by frying it in chopped saltines before serving. This gives it a very different and palatable taste.

Union Oyster House

Location: 41 Union St, Boston, MA 02108, USA

The place is famous for oyster made in England style. Tourists might also be interested to know that the place is also rich in history as John F. Kennedy used to sip his soup while reading the daily paper when he was a member of congress. Union Oyster House is known for serving some great bivalves raw, fried or grilled to perfection. The visitors can wash this down with some fresh brandy available at the bar. After their meal the tourists can grab a toothpick on their way out which is said to be a Boston invention.

Superdawg Drive In

Location: 6363 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60646, USA

No Chicago trip can be complete without trying the famous Superdawg drive. Another reason to try hot dogs in Chicago is that they appeared for the first time in Chicago. The Superdawg drive in has been famous since 1948 for juicy, smoky sausages, that has your mouth bursting with flavor with every bite. The signature hot dog is served with some scrumptious sauces, some crunchy lettuce and some freshly fried french fries. Their signature ingredient has to be their pickle served with the hot dogs.