From Our Editors
At first glance, Rosie’s Country Kitchen seems like a classic American diner, with rows of vinyl booths, cheerful uniformed waitresses bearing pots of coffee, and an all-day breakfast menu of homemade skillets and flapjacks. But after a swift perusal of the menu—marked mainly by classic American burgers, steaks, and fried-chicken dishes—the pages reveal a unique, spicy lining of authentic Indian cuisine. Chefs demonstrate their culinary prowess by whipping up curries, vindaloos, and basmati-rice dishes between orders of biscuits and gravy and country potatoes. And then they pair their plates with milkshakes, beer, and wine, all served in a sunlight-soaked interior.