Alabama is known for its crispy and tangy fried green tomatoes, often served as an appetizer or as part of a sandwich.
Alaska's pristine waters offer an abundance of fresh halibut, which is commonly served as fish and chips in pubs across the state.
A specialty of Arizona, Sonoran hot dogs feature bacon-wrapped hot dogs topped with pinto beans, onions, tomatoes, mayonnaise, mustard, and jalapenos.
Buffalo wings, originally from New York, have become a staple in pubs throughout California, with variations in sauces and heat levels.
Colorado's green chile cheeseburger is a flavorful twist on a classic, featuring a juicy burger topped with roasted green chiles and melted cheese.
Florida's proximity to the Caribbean influences its pub cuisine, and conch fritters made from diced conch meat are a popular choice.
Louisiana's vibrant culinary scene extends to pub food, and Cajun jambalaya, a spicy rice dish with a variety of meats and vegetables, is a standout option.
The iconic Reuben sandwich, with its layers of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye bread, is a favorite in New York's pubs.
In Texas, you can find indulgent plates of chili cheese fries, loaded with generous amounts of chili, melted cheese, and often topped with jalapenos.