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11 Secret Restaurants in the U.S. You Don’t Know About (but Should)

PureWow Logo By letters@purewow.com (Lindsay Champion) of PureWow | Slide 1 of 12: We don’t usually think of Disneyland as the paragon of fine dining. But a private dining club in the park’s New Orleans section has proved us wrong. There are plenty of upscale options like king crab-stuffed lobster tail and Colorado lamb chops with thyme-infused stock. But being a VIP at the happiest place on earth comes with a few hurdles: a 14-year waiting list, a $25,000 initiation fee, a $10,000 annual fee and a rigorous background check, to name just a few.

11 Secret Restaurants in the U.S. You Don’t Know About (but Should)

Let’s be honest: We’re not the best at keeping secrets. So it shouldn’t shock anyone that we’re about to spill the beans on some of America’s best-hidden culinary gems. These 11 restaurants are squirreled away in basements, in out-of-the-way alleys or even within other restaurants. They don’t have signs or sometimes even menus, and you can usually forget about a phone number. But that just adds to the fun.

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