The best steaks, sandwiches, burgers and briskets that America has to offer; from meatloaf and pot roast nachos in Chicago to a 3-pound pork chop in Denver, it's a carnivore's carnival as we go looking for the biggest and best meat dishes in the US.
A terrifying tour of some of the most haunted, or just plain haunting, restaurants in the country from kitschy kitchens that celebrate All Hallows' Eve year-round, to dining in dungeons or grabbing drinks with your monster squad in an old jailhouse.
A country-style breakfast as the sun rises over Charleston, S.C.; lunch break with Asian-inspired dishes in Chicago; limoncello cake for dessert in San Francisco; a midnight snack and a nightcap in Las Vegas.
Tropical tranquility meets Southern hospitality on a food-fueled getaway all along the Gulf Coast; the coastal eats include grilled Gulf shrimp tacos, beignet sundaes, monster burritos, bacon-loaded burgers, and gator Creole.
A walk along the beach and a day at the fair come together for the best edible experiences that boardwalks have to offer, from stuffed-crust pizza and crabby pretzels to saltwater taffy and Key lime pie shakes.
Sampling the most creative concession stand fare at America's minor league stadiums; family-friendly joints serve pulled pork and shrimp nachos and a grilled Nutella, cream-cheese and banana sandwich with bacon.
Culinary treasures on scenic islands in the United States; from Hilton Head Island, S.C., to Hawaii, these island destinations feature a welcoming ambiance and cuisine worthy of the journey from the mainland.
From make-your-own lobster tacos in Brooklyn, N.Y., to hickory-kissed brisket sandwiches in San Francisco, these culinary hot spots keep the fires stoked as grill masters show off their skills over smoking-hot grills.
Many restaurants don't make it past year one, but there are some that have defied the odds; from a former Chicago speakeasy to a historic Oregon steakhouse, eateries that have stayed open for half a century or more are explored.
From a 69-year-old hot dog joint in Chicago to a father-son noodle shop in New York City, these restaurants have been passed down from generation to generation, proving that big flavor runs in the family.
The country's choicest chicken dishes are highlighted; whether it's fried to golden perfection, smothered in gravy, stuffed in a taco, or topping a mound of crispy fries, chicken is one of the most versatile meats on the planet.
From lobster smothered in melted Monterey Jack cheese to s'mores with gooey handmade marshmallows drenched in chocolate, this coast-to-coast tour finds the most indulgent, thickly coated culinary creations ever made.
Checking out eateries for handheld food, with no bowls, plates or utensils to get in the way; with bags of seafood in Chicago, arepas stuffed with meat in Minneapolis, chicken fingers in New York City, and breakfast tacos in Austin, Texas.
A pair of period pharmacies on both coasts, a Jewish deli in Texas, a hot dog temple in Tennessee and a classic, chrome-clad diner in Minnesota; from massive old-fashioned sundaes and skyscraper sandwiches to towering patty melts and doughnuts.
Hot lobster rolls and blue crab spaghetti get dressed in robes of butter at restaurants in Boston and New York; bakeries in San Francisco, Washington, DC and Atlanta bring butter to new heights in their flaky pastries.
From an omelet made with 15 eggs and six meats in Rhode Island to a two pound, softball-size meatball served on top of a mountain of spaghetti in Missouri; looking for dishes served in gargantuan portions.
America's favorite pizza, featuring fresh lumps of crabmeat on top of melty mozzarella in Baltimore; a meat-loving ricotta, sausage and bacon pie in NYC; a fiery chipotle chicken and chorizo slice in California.
The nation's juiciest burgers, featuring beefy patties filled with hot gooey cheddar cheese in Minnesota; a tear-inducing, habanero and ghost chili pepper covered burger in California; a tender duck and pork Dork in Seattle.
America's hottest late night eats, starring sweet chicken sausage doused in spicy cheese in Atlanta, a giant pizza covered in crispy bacon and savory sauce in Las Vegas, and the juiciest, crunchiest fried chicken in Texas.
The freshest and biggest breakfast champion experiences across America from Nashville to New York; most important meal of the day.
Fantastic food is more important to many travelers than museums, hotels, and souvenirs, and we've compiled all the must see spots across the country to have a one-of-a-kind dining experience. We're serving up hefty plates of the country's tastiest, most mouth-watering, and decadent meals. We're talking lip smacking pizza, tasty deli entrees, boat loads of bacon, fresh seafood, finger licking deep fried dishes, and that's only the beginning. So bring your appetite and your stretchy pants as we dive into a healthy portion of Food Paradise!
Love this show! This is one of the best shows ever but can we get more than just season 2??
Want more seasons please Love this show. But why do we only get season 2. Can we please have more seasons.
Diana P Rojo
Love it Great to find all these places the variety is great
The best My fav show
Love it,love it, I just love it..
Paris Nichols June 8, 2015
Love this show! This is one of the best shows ever but can we get more than just season 2??
Adam is on the ultimate hunt to uncover the most unique, surprising, and delicious hidden food treasures in every town, the dishes you would never find anywhere else on the planet, at the places you would never expect. Adam sets out on his newest quest... to unearth the best secret dishes in towns across America.
In seasons 1-3, food fanatic Adam Richman braved some of America’s most legendary eating challenges. Starting with season 4, Casey Webb steps up to the table to conquer the country's ultimate food competitions.
Adventurous eater Andrew Zimmern searches the world for exotic foods and unusual local flavors. Whether he's harvesting barnacles in Lisbon or wading through bogs in Ireland, Andrew always dishes up the unimaginable.
We've combed the world for the tastiest dishes in the most legendary and undiscovered hot spots, and our taste buds are bursting! We're talking 2.2 pounds of rosemary-grilled steak in Italy, crispy lobster in Barcelona, shrimp on the barbie in Sydney, and hands-down, the juiciest burgers from all over the world. Topped with everything from pulled pork to fried eggs and served out of food trucks to 5 star restaurants, these burgers will make you drool. We deliver pizza pies from 8 different cities, from Tokyo's table-cooked seafood pizza to a shocking slice served up in South Africa. We eat like an Argentinian cowboy and chow down on crispy Southern BBQ in Paris. Vibes range from the casual to the truly bizarre and you'll want a taste of all the surprises on Food Paradise International. Bon Appetit!
Bizarre Foods America is back with another helping of stateside adventures as chef, writer, and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern continues his quest to taste the weird and wonderful foods that can be found right here in the US. So whether it's baked muskrat in Baltimore, deep fried piglet testicles on a hog farm in Iowa, or fermented fish eggs with Native Americans on an island in Alaska, Andrew is ready to tempt and test his palate without ever leaving his homeland!
This season Anthony Bourdain takes viewers to 15 locations that will surprise him and defy his expectations - for better or for worse. In some cases Tony will be challenged by what he sees. Mozambique is a country emerging from a history of colonial oppression and years of brutal civil war. It's filled with heartbreak and beauty - and amazingly good food that mixes African, Portuguese and Indian influences. It is one of the more surprising places Tony has seen in his years as a professional traveler. The Croatian Coast is at the opposite end of the spectrum. It seems to be unaware of it's own good fortune - beautiful coastline, truffles, wine, cheese and seafood. It's no wonder that some see it as the new Riviera. Against his own best instincts, Tony goes to Finland in the middle of winter. Minimal daylight and the cold weather aren't the big draws here. Tony has a huge fan following in Finland and he needs to know why. Lisbon is a place that Tony feels like he should have visited long ago. There he uncovers the political side of some Portuguese traditions - like fado music. South By Southwest, a veritable deluge of hipsterdom, unexpectedly located in the conservative stronghold of Texas. Austin may be known for being weird year-round, but this event brings together the music, movies, and mixed media of quirky indie fans from around the country. Tony is here to figure out what exactly makes this event so crazy, so awesome, and so unique. And as usual, Tony brings an intellectual curiosity, empathy, wit and a boundless appetite to every location he visits.
In each half hour of this docu-style series, host George Motz will meet three of America's best hamburger creators, tour their establishment and find out what goes in to making their burger one of the best in the land. Two of these burger champions will be ripped directly from the pages of George's hit book Hamburger America and our third burger will be a "rule" breaker. George's rules for greatness are tough and one of his main rules is the burger must exist for 20+ years before it can grace the pages of his book. For TV, we are going to challenge this rule and send George on the hunt for younger burgers that may some day grace his pages...if they can stand the test of time.
Anthony Anderson is diving headfirst into summer with the ultimate vacation road trip, exploring the country's best carnivals. Whether ooey, gooey, crispy, or crunchy, Anthony lets America's favorite carnival indulgences lead the way on a coast-to-coast adventure. Nothing says summertime fun like a carnival
Samantha Brown means travel and she's back to experience more incredible destinations across the US and the world. Sam dives headfirst into every place she visits, from hanging with the Palm Springs Rat Pack to navigating windjammers in Maine. And as Sam ventures further afield, she discovers secret waterfalls in the rainforest, falls in love with the Greek Islands, and goes sideways in Napa Valley. So put down the guidebooks and join Samantha as she uncovers the iconic locations, hidden gems and, as always, the vibrant people on her travels around the country and the globe!