Conflict Kitchen - Pittsburgh, PA
Really, there's no better way to describe this concept than how they define themselves: "A take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with." Whether it's Venezuelan arepas or Afghan turnovers, people line up at this revolutionary street-side stand to dine on grub doused in diplomatic solutions. Ethnic iterations rotate every four months or so depending on who we're at odds with -- and each is augmented by events, performances and thought-provoking discussions. Sound appetizing? Just wait for North Korea and Cuba to appear. Delicious.