Cuando ordenas en DoorDash, puedes ver los platos más populares de cada restaurante. Pero, ¿alguna vez te has preguntado cuál es el plato más pedido en tu ciudad? Analizamos los datos para encontrar los mejores platos en DoorDash en las ciudades más grandes: Boston, Chicago, Los Ángeles, Nueva York, Miami, Filadelfia, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle y Washington, DC. Descubre si tu pedido favorito aparece en la lista.
The owner of Douzo, Jack Huang, is a native of Japan. While they serve an array of inventive rolls at this Back Bay spot — the salmon jalapeño roll includes fried peppers, snow crab, and pineapple — the humble-yet-amazing Spicy Roll rules them all. Bostonians can tailor it with their protein of choice: salmon, scallop, tuna, or yellowtail (all are excellent). Continuing with the customizable theme, it can be made as a hand roll or with brown rice instead of white. If all these choices start to feel overwhelming, have no fear. You truly can’t go wrong. Order now.
People are going big while staying home and ordering the double cheeseburger from Small Cheval in Wicker Park. Chef Brendan Sodikoff’s burger helped put sister restaurant Au Cheval on the map and garnered him legions of fans, so he spun that concept into a true burger joint that serves a stripped-down menu of essentials dressed with Sir Kensington condiments. Their winning double cheeseburger comes topped with tangy dijonnaise, pickles, and onions, but feel free to add bacon or an extra patty for triple the fun. Order now.
At Dan Dan Noodles in Highland Park, the team behind Joy (who also runs the fast-casual Taiwanese Silver Lake spot Pine & Crane) serves cuisine inspired by Taiwan’s street food culture. Talk about street cred: They have come up with the most popular dish in LA, which just happens to be vegan. Their coveted dan dan noodles are served with sesame peanut sauce, cucumbers, and cilantro — a seemingly simple combo that is absolutely addictive. Non-vegetarians can add rarified Jidori chicken breast (the Kobe of chicken, really) for just a few bucks more. Order now.
Surprised that the most popular dish in New York City isn’t even a dish, but a cookie? We aren’t. While training for a triathlon 25 years ago, Levain founders Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald created a gigantic chocolate chip walnut cookie with their signature half-baked texture. They’ve since expanded their cookie repertoire to include oatmeal raisin, dark chocolate peanut butter, and the Two Chip — their decadent take on a classic, no-nut chocolate chip cookie. Perfectly crispy on the outside with their classic thick and gooey center, this cookie is absolutely stuffed with semi-sweet and dark chocolate chips for a rich depth of flavor. It’s the ideal fuel for busy New Yorkers, triathloners or otherwise. Order now.
Joseph Weiss — the "Joe" of Joe's Stone Crab — and his wife, Jennie, were the first to put stone crab on the menu in Miami, and stone crabs remain the bedrock of the legendary fancy-occasion restaurant’s offerings, now more than a century later. The sleeper hit at their takeaway spot is the healthful, multi-textured chopped salad. With diced vegetables, honey roasted peanuts, cucumbers, black olives, feta, tomatoes, carrots, beets, and a hard-boiled egg, this perfect salad packs its own protein punch. You can choose from a variety of dressings, but Joe’s signature vinaigrette, made with pimentos and capers, complements it perfectly. Order now.
DanDan is the brainchild of esteemed restaurateurs Catherina and Kevin Huang, who hail from the Han Dynasty's University City location. Opening its doors in 2015, DanDan serves up authentic dishes native to mainland China and Taiwan. It’s befitting that their eponymous dan dan noodles are the #1 dish in Philadelphia on DoorDash. Believe the hype: The dish is deceptively simple and deeply flavorful with a nice level of heat. It’s served with minced pork, but you can make it vegetarian or go with a gluten-free option. Order now.
Si alguna vez visitas Bangkok, encontrarás khao man gai (que se traduce literalmente como pollo y arroz) en cada esquina, pero también lo encontrarás en esta joya de PDX. Solo que aquí se sirve con la salsa exclusiva del chef Nong Poonsukwattana, hecha con jengibre, chiles tailandeses, soja fermentada, ajo encurtido, vinagre y salsa de soja. Sospechamos que su creación fue, en parte, responsable de hacer que este discreto plato se convierta en uno de los favoritos de Portland, en DoorDash. Es sabroso y equilibrado. Ordena ahora.
You can order the chicken in sandwich form from this Greek spot in The Mission, founded by restaurateur Charles Bililies, but once you try it in a salad you’ll understand why it’s the most-ordered dish in the city. The salad has layers of flavors and textures thanks to fennel, navel orange, pickled red onion, pea shoots, and Mizithra cheese. The star is the pasture-raised chicken from Mary’s Free-Range Chicken, marinated in feta brine until juicy. The kicker is the “Granch” dressing — a lemony, Greek-yogurt-based spin on ranch. Order now.
The Seattle health nuts couldn’t just choose a burger or a cookie, could they? The Build-Your-Own bowl from Belltown’s FOB (fresh off the boat) starts with an array of bases like kale, spinach, quinoa, and couscous, or FOB’s signature rice infused with coconut and green tea and arugula. From there you can stuff your bowl full of healthful ingredients: You get five mix-ins (including jalapeno and cucumbers), up to four sauces (one of which should always be the FOB poke sauce), two proteins (including Beyond Beef crumbles and seared ahi tuna), and up to 20 extra toppings, including jicama, edamame, and pickled watermelon radish. You could probably order this bowl every night for a year and come up with a different iteration each time; judging by its overwhelming popularity, we imagine some people have tried. Order now.
Es difícil superar a una gran hamburguesa, y esta hamburguesa las supera a todas, junto con todos los demás platos que ofrecen en la capital del país, a través de DoorDash. Este excelente lugar para almuerzos (y cenas) de 14th Street (Logan Circle), de Stephen Starr, es famoso por su comida de bistró francesa (filetes fritos, sopa de cebolla, etc.), pero es la Burger Américain la que se destaca sobre todas las otras opciones. Dos hamburguesas de Pat LaFrieda cubiertas con queso americano, encurtidos y cebollas rojas, untadas con la salsa especial de Le Dip (mayonesa, pepinillos encurtidos, salsa de chile y cebolla en polvo), en un pan de brioche casero con semillas de sésamo. La definición de perfección. Ordena ahora.