ParanoidDrone wrote:New Orleans.
What? It's west of the Mississippi. I think. It's been a while since I've looked at the map. Either way, it's practically right on top of it, so it's not like it'll make a huge difference. <_<
New orleans spans the Mississippi river delta, it is on the East and West.
As an addition to my earlier post (because I am hungry now) While not in Wyoming, visit Jackson Hole and the 'Mountain High Pizza Pie' therein for an amazingly delicious pizza.
While in the Rocky Mountains, visit a Beau Jo's Pizza, for more pizza (as in larger pizzas that are no less delicious)
While in Austin you should break from eating so much Pizza (though a trip to Austin's Pizza is acceptable) and grab some Threadgills, the Frisco (last of the nighthawk restaraunts) some Z Tejas (a little nicer), EZ's (A little more 50's), any of the burger joints down-town and Chuy's (since I lived there for 20 years, I kinda know most of the best places that the natives eat at) and grab Amy's Ice-cream for desert.
While in San Antonio, walk into any meXican food restaurant you see, it will be delicious (I've been visiting San Antonio for 20 years, eating at different places every time and haven't had anything less than an excellent meal there yet)
You're on your own at the Grand canyon though.
Also, I suggest San Diego for your west coast destination, if you can't find a good place to eat your missing the bloody point (which is that San Diego has the most consistently wonderful weather on the planet and beaches to enjoy it on)