Top 6 Restaurants in America for a Honeymoon Splurge
From new Michelin-starred destinations to legendary dining institutions, check out six of America's finest restaurants worthy of a honeymoon splurge. Although the following foodie havens may lighten your wallet, there's no doubt these culinary experiences are a perfect match for such a special occasion.
Husk, Charleston. Set within a historic 19th century building, this destination restaurant in charming Charleston delivers extraordinary southern cooking. From "House Cured Country Ham with Acorn Griddle Cakes" to "Crispy Pork Collar paired with Cornbread Purée", the menu offers a wide variety of innovative dishes.
Alan Wong's, Honolulu. Hawaiian Regional Cuisine at its finest. Menu items like macadamia nut-coconut crusted lamb chops and twice cooked short rib are heavenly, while the chef's tasting menu features an all-star lineup of delicious offerings.
The French Laundry, Yountville. As one of the nation's top restaurants, this delightful spot is a must for any Northern California wine country getaway. Highlights include prix-fixe menus that change daily and never repeat the same ingredients. Truly a gem.
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare, New York. A three Michelin-starred restaurant situated in the heart of Brooklyn. Pull up a chair in the kitchen of this tiny 18-seat tasting restaurant and enjoy a prix-fixe dinner featuring more than 20 small plate courses.
Joel Robuchon, Las Vegas. Serves out of this world New French cuisine at the MGM Grand. The 16-course degustation menu may run $425 per person, but it will most certainly be a dining experience you'll remember for the rest of your life.
Benu, San Francisco. Currently the must-visit San Francisco restaurant for food lovers all over the world. While couples can go a la carte with their selections, chef Corey Lee's incredible haute cuisine is best enjoyed through the 12-course tasting menu.
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