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Ready to dine like an A-lister? Nosh like an Oscar winner, rock star or World Series MVP at one of these spots:

JBJ Soul Kitchen

Location: Red Bank and Toms River, New Jersey
Celebrity: Jon Bon Jovi, Grammy-winning rock star
Fave Bite: Soul Kitchen is a pay-if-you-can restaurant staffed by volunteers. They serve everyone a hot, comforting meal regardless of their financial circumstances.

Estefan Kitchen

Location: Miami, Florida
Celebrity: Gloria Estefan, Grammy award-winning singer
Fave Bite: Upscale Cuban cuisine in Miami means fresh fish, killer barbacoa and tropical flavors.


Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Celebrity: David Ortiz, World Series MVP, Boston Red Sox
Fave Bite: This upscale menu features steak tartare, charred maitake mushroom and crispy tuna fregola.

Bobby’s Burger Palace

Location: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia
Celebrity: Bobby Flay, celebrity chef and TV personality
Fave Bite: Crunchburger, crunchburger, crunchburger. This potato chip-loaded cheeseburger is the perfect antidote to bland airport restaurant fare. Excellent shakes, vegetarian options and wallet-friendly prices make your layover tastier than ever.


Location: NYC, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., and more than 30 other cities around the world
Celebrity: Robert De Niro, Oscar-winning actor
Fave Bite: Black cod with miso, next-level sushi, anything from the sea.

(Traveler Spring 2020)


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