Secret Restaurants of Celebrity Foodies

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Ariane Daguin founder of D'Artagnan, a supplier of foie gras, truffles, meat, and mushrooms based in Newark, N.J. playing with heritage geese at Griggstown Farm in New Jersey.
Courtesy Ariane Daguin
Summer at the Bite which serves the best fried clams on Martha's Vineyard.
David Welch
Service with a smile at the Bite.
David Welch
Masaharu Morimoto star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, and founder of Morimoto restaurants in Boca Raton, Fla., New York, Philadelphia, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Tokyo at Yankee Stadium.
Courtesy Masaharu Morimoto
Of all the spots in Tokyo that specialize in yakitori (grilled meat on skewers), Ton Ton is hands down Masaharu Morimoto's favorite.
Jun Takagi
Tokyo's Ton Ton serves 11 types of yakitori.
Jun Takagi
Alessia Antinori, head of U.S. sales and 26th-generation member of Tuscany's Antinori wine family here in Rajasthan, India.
Courtesy Alessia Antinori
Ming Tsai, host/executive producer of public television's Simply Ming and chef/owner of Blue Ginger in Wellesley, Mass.
Courtesy Ming Tsai
Breakfast at La Cueva del Chango in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, where you might run into Jacques Pépin, who goes there for the fresh grapefruit juice.
Brooke Slezak
At La Cueva del Chango, Irene López López serves poblano pepper soup and sopes—thick tortillas with beans, chicken, and cotija cheese.
Brooke Slezak
Fresh guava and kiwi fruit juice from La Cueva del Chango in Playa del Carmen.
Brooke Slezak
Andrew Zimmern food writer, chef, and host of the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern in Samoa.
Courtesy Andrew Zimmern

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