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Chefs' Favorite U.S. Restaurants

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Wade Dunstan

From pho to soul food, chefs from all over the country share their favorite restaurants with T+L.

Wyoming

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“When you think of Wyoming, Thai food isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But at Teton Thai (7342 Granite Loop Rd., Teton Village; 307/733-0022; dinner for two $45), the pad gar pow with crisp-skinned duck breast just lights up your mouth with chili and garlic and fresh Thai flavors. They’re always busy, and I usually know almost everyone in the place, which makes it a great social outing. And the husband-and-wife owners welcome everyone as if they were entertaining at home. That’s as authentic as it gets, no matter where you live.” —Roger Freedman, Rendezvous Bistro

Chefs' Favorite U.S. Restaurants

Wyoming

“When you think of Wyoming, Thai food isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But at Teton Thai (7342 Granite Loop Rd., Teton Village; 307/733-0022; dinner for two $45), the pad gar pow with crisp-skinned duck breast just lights up your mouth with chili and garlic and fresh Thai flavors. They’re always busy, and I usually know almost everyone in the place, which makes it a great social outing. And the husband-and-wife owners welcome everyone as if they were entertaining at home. That’s as authentic as it gets, no matter where you live.” —Roger Freedman, Rendezvous Bistro

Wade Dunstan
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