3 Midwest spots you must eat at

From passionate cooks to quality ingredients derived from local farms, the Midwest food scene is becoming one of the best in the country.

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The Midwest isn’t just about cold weather and funny accents — the food scene here is growing stronger every year. The Midwest is filled with passionate people making their restaurant dreams a reality. With farmland available to create local products, the food quality of the Midwest is some of the best in the country.

Burgerhaus
Not only is Jon Costas the mayor of Valparaiso, but he is also the owner of Burgerhaus along with his brother. They take their burgers to another level, and guests love to wash them down with cold craft beers. I love the Santiago burger, made with chipotle cheddar, spicy chipotle mayo and fried jalapeños.

Cuppy’s Best Soulful Deli
Andrea White's dishes have both heart and soul. In her new spot in Ypsilanti she's making comfort food like no one else in the Midwest. When you try the meats and sides, make sure you save room for dessert: peach cobbler or sweet potato cake.

www.visitburgerhaus.com

Puffs of Doom
Luke and Rebecca own and operate Puffs of Doom, a delicious dessert company that dishes out flavored puffs all over Chicago. You can find them at a culinary event or farmers market in the city. The only problem will be picking your favorite flavor.

www.puffsofdoom.com
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