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Food Paradise takes you on a culinary trip across America. From the best places to find sandwiches to the most unique spot to grab some barbeque, Food Paradise will show you where to get the best food you can eat. Each episode will take you on a different journey. You will be taken to the best of the best in each food category. If you are looking for the best place to find a great culinary treat in your travel destination, chances are that Food Paradise has already reviewed the place for you.

One episode was dedicated completely to the manliest food places in America. It highlighted where to get some of the manliest steaks, burgers and wings.

The show interviews patrons and owners of the establishments they visit to find out the history of the place, what is most recommended from the menu, and what food they prefer above all others. You will learn about the best restaurants, dive bars, food trucks, and diners America has to offer. No matter where you go from the Gulf Coast to the shores of Maine, to the west coast, Food Paradise can help you find the most unique cuisine to make your trip memorable.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Travel Channel
9 Seasons, 170 Episodes
December 17, 2007
Cast: Jesse Snider, Mason Pettit
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Food Paradise Full Episode Guide

  • From authentic tacos and first-class pizza to succulent seafood paella and beer can chicken, these dishes all come with a side of great weather, breathtaking scenery and the laid-back vibes of the Golden State.

  • From a half-pound kielbasa smothered in Swiss cheese to an all-beef dog stuffed with smoked brisket, these restaurants are all about delicious dogs and sizzling sausages.

  • From spicy Chilean pork ribs in the Pacific Northwest to a Puerto Rican pork-tacular down in Georgia, diners are finding south-of-the-border flavor without ever leaving the States.

  • From fried bologna made fancy to bright lobster on pitch-black bread, these mild-mannered hometown standards go beyond the same-old-same-old and earning their bragging rights as sandwich heroes.

  • From an entire Thanksgiving dinner stuffed into a pie to the Texas-sized Pumpecapple, these friendly shops across America are finding many ways to fill a pie crust.

  • This is "nacho" average plate of chips and salsa. From filet mignon and Parmesan fondue to Thai chicken and Hawaiian pork, these restaurants are serving up mouthwatering mounds of meat and cheese.

  • New dining experiences and classic comforts are brought together under one roof at these food halls, from spicy fried chicken paired with the most decadent mac and cheese at Atlanta's Krog Street Market to an intensely delicious pierogi melt at Cleveland's West Side Market.

  • Diners ditch their home digs and catch the culinary excitement of day trip dining, from a pound of perfect barbecue on a bun in Fort Worth, TX, to a sofrito-slathered, super-sized burrito in Arlington, VA.

  • Restaurants reveal the dishes that have stood the test of time and provide soul-satisfying experiences for their customers, from chocolate egg creams at a 1950s soda fountain in NYC to a San Francisco bakery reimagining Old World confections.

  • Diners pull over and fill up on gourmet delights at these road food hot spots across the country, from classic burgers and frosty root beer floats right off of Route 61 in Louisiana to fish and chips on the Pacific Coast Highway.

  • These A+ eateries serve up delicious food and awesome service near America's colleges and universities, from an iconic burger shop steps away from Harvard University to a beloved breakfast joint just off the University of Minnesota campus.

  • Diners cozy up to some of the most feel-good foods around the country, including fully loaded tater tots, outrageous shakes and mouthwatering Australian meat pies.

  • Diners make mouthwatering memories at these top bites by monumental sites across the country, from sandwiches stacked with international flavors across the street from the National Zoo to silky, sweet ice cream sundaes near Golden Gate Park.

  • From a colossal 30-pound taco pizza in Atlantic City to a towering mountain of meat in Seattle, we're featuring pumped-up portions from across the country that deliver on decadence.

  • Diners get a fresh take on fast food at these unique fast-casual restaurants across the country, from a New Jersey sandwich shop specializing in gourmet hoagies to a Los Angeles hot dog joint serving up bacon-wrapped dogs and fully-loaded fries.

  • These places dish up all the meat you can eat, from a bottomless buffet of skewered meats in NYC to mile-high meaty sandwiches in Colorado.

  • Popular romantic restaurants and their food specialties are profiled, including lobster scampi, mashed potatoes, spring vegetable crepes, and sure and turf.

  • Pizzerias share their most delicious spins on America's favorite pie.

  • Putting on the freshmen fifteen never looked so good as diners eat their way through the tastiest college towns. From an entire Thanksgiving feast on a roll to mac 'n' cheese doughnuts, these dishes will fuel any cram session.

  • Getting the lowdown on the best local grub across the country by asking locals where they go to satisfy their cravings, from a hidden pizza haven in San Diego to a Jewish deli in Miami and a legendary pub in Baltimore.

  • Some seafood spots across the U.S. are highlighted.

  • Diners ditch their diets for a no-limits chow down across the country, from pizza-sized chicken Parmesan and nacho cheeseburgers to candy-covered sundaes and a decadent tiramisu for two.

  • Diners enjoy fry-day every day at these hot spots across the country, from super-stacked crispy chicken sandwiches and deep-fried lobster tails to sweet potato beignets and fanciful churros.

  • Frugal foodies across the country savor the savings while indulging in high quality meals without the high prices, from four dollar fried chicken tacos and one buck shucks to half-priced rib eyes and bargain breakfast bites.

  • Diners get down and dirty with the best street food in the country, from chicken wings that defy crispiness and pizza-topped burgers to fiery hot shrimp and fresh-from-the-sea salmon tacos.

  • Breakfasts across the country are featured. Included: fantastical French toast; flannel-busting flapjacks; a big city egg sandwich; and Sicilian omelets.

  • The most artful and indulgent Asian cuisines across the country are highlighted. Included: authentic hand-tossed noodles; colorful arcade-inspired dumplings; monster-sized sushi; and creative curries.

  • The best eats along the banks of America's greatest river are featured. Included: jazz-inspired barbecue; mouthwatering meatloaf; seafood-smothered fried green tomatoes; and garden-fresh ratatouille.

  • The best bar food at the some of the best small breweries across the country is highlighted. From ale-glazed wings to beer-braised pork shoulder, beer has gone from a frosty sidekick to a key ingredient -- and diners are ready to drink it all in.

  • From a smoky bacon breakfast bowl to super-saucy barbecued ribs, these Southern-inspired spots are crushing country cooking across the US.

  • Fantasies come true as the best views and food in Alaska are revealed. Diners forget the lower 48 as they feast under the Northern Lights on king crab legs, reindeer ragu, elk meatloaf and salmon burgers.

  • The nation's most crave-worthy combinations are highlighted, from hearty biscuits and gravy and deliciously sinful mac 'n' cheese to carb-happy spaghetti and meatballs and crispy fish and chips.

  • 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.

  • Bird is the word as 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.

  • The best sauce-driven dishes across the country are highlighted. From New York to LA and beyond, these restaurants are pouring out the love by pouring on top toppings, great gravies and secret sauces that turn "good" into "finger-licking good."

  • Culinary hot spots across America show off their skills over smoking-hot grills.

  • Restaurants that have stayed open for half a century or more are explored.

  • The shores of America's lakes are explored. Later, several of the country's lakeside dining spots are revealed.

  • Dishes include Key lime pie of Key West, Florida, steamed crabs of Baltimore, and swordfish tacos of Los Angeles.

  • Beef gets amplified with tantalizing toppings at burger joints across the country, from truffled foie gras and spicy chorizo to deep-fried mac and cheese buns.

  • The most creative concessions are sampled at minor league stadiums.

  • The most fabulous fair foods are sampled at America's favorite fairgrounds.

  • The best edible experiences that boardwalks have to offer. Featured: stuffed-crust pizza; crabby pretzels; saltwater taffy; and key-lime-pie shakes.

  • 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.

  • Finding the ultimate dishes for every meal of the day, starting with a country-style breakfast as the sun rises over Charleston, S.C. Also: a lunch break with Asian-inspired dishes in Chicago; limoncello cake for dessert in San Francisco; and a midnight snack and a nightcap in Las Vegas.

  • Before the entrees arrive, there's an entire world of food to explore. From a tower of tater tots in Atlanta to smoked wings in Detroit and cheese curds in Milwaukee, Food Paradise finds the best bold beginnings America has to offer.

  • A Hangover Burger at Austin's 1886 Cafe and Bakery; magical sea fare at The Surf Lodge in Montauk, N.Y.; a Key lime pie margarita at Southernmost Beach Cafe in Key West, Fla.

  • Food Paradise hunts down the best drinks and dishes for Happy Hour.

  • Food Paradise combs the coasts for the best foods in beachside communities.

  • From ghostly pizza in Oregon to gnocchi in dark catacombs below Pennsylvania, these food haunts are serving up some scary-good dishes and plenty of festively spooky cocktails for Halloween.

  • We challenge you to dive into dangerously large levels of deliciousness.

  • Classic Tuna Mac in Wisconsin and a five-meat sandwich in New York City.

  • Hometown favorites are found in unexpected places, including classic Southern comfort food in Philly, Chicago deep-dish pizza in the Big Apple and meaty Texas-style chili in Seattle.

  • The biggest and tastiest dishes from burritos and burgers to mac and cheese.

  • A tuna ramen burger in Alabama, breakfast waffle buns in Chicago and winning wieners in Denver.

  • 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.

  • The best local hideaways and tourist-friendly spots on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Kauai; delicacies include pineapple fried rice, Hawaiian-style dogs, lau lau pork and Spam musubi.

  • From gourmet Texas chili in Austin, TX, to a revamped patty melt in Los Angeles, diner menus across the country have been upgraded and elevated with fresh ingredients and new flavors.

  • The tastiest spots under the Golden State's sun, including beach bites on the central coast, authentic Italian in Mammoth and some of the juiciest burgers in Southern California.

  • A road trip is taken on Route 66 from Chicago to Southern California. Stops are made to experience authentic St. Louis BBQ Ribs in Missouri, the iconic Oklahoma Onion Burger and custom-built milkshakes in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • From Cajun and Creole classics like hot jazz snacks and bayou-fresh catfish to the famous Sno-Blizz, a variety of food is experienced in New Orleans.

  • From an Arizona joint's chicken fried steak smothered in gravy to sweet, fluffy doughnuts in Rhode Island, Food Paradise is getting in line to find dishes that diners don't mind waiting hours to sink their teeth into.

  • From slow-smoked bison ribs in Colorado to chicken wings topped with cinnamon sugar and icing in Rhode Island, Food Paradise hunts down proteins that satisfy every carnivorous craving.

  • From city rooftops and mountain retreats to upscale events and down-home hospitality, these are the most beautiful, historical and unforgettable dining experiences the country has to offer.

  • Egg creations are explored, featturing Japanese-flavored breakfast egg skillets in Hawaii and an an update on Eggs Benedict in New Orleans.

  • From seriously seismic shakes in Hawaii to super-size sundaes in New Orleans, Food Paradise gets a taste of the sweet life with some of the coolest frozen treats around.

  • Sweat-inducing fiery food. From a chili pepper-topped pizza in Atlanta, to European-style porchetta flame-roasted on a food truck in San Francisco.

  • New fusions that are bringing noodles to the next level are in the spotlight, from New York City Sicilians serving spaghetti in a cone, to a Vietnamese chef in Venice Beach rolling ramen noodles in a burrito.

  • We're giving America's favorite condiment a swirl in this deliciously drippy episode. Seafood dishes like hot lobster rolls and blue crab spaghetti get dressed in robes of butter at restaurants in Boston and New York while bakeries in San Francisco, Washington, DC and Atlanta bring butter to new heights in their flaky pastries. We've also got butter in places you never even thought of -- on top of knish sandwiches and melted into mochi.

  • We're taking a tour of retro restaurants around the country including 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 unique doughnuts, these restaurants bring the delicious past to the present.

  • In this day and age, donuts aren't just for dessert! We're frying a batch of donuts for every meal of the day starting off in Minneapolis, MN, with a bacon, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich made on a sweet glazed donut. For lunch, we're in Texas for donuts loaded with barbecue brisket. When dinner rolls around, we're checking out donut burgers and donut French onion soup. If you've got a donut-shaped hole in your soul just waiting to be filled, you won't want to miss this!

  • This food tour visits some of the most amazing establishments for handheld food, with no bowls, plates or utensils getting in the way. From big bags of saucy seafood in Chicago to arepas filled with slow-cooked meats in Minneapolis, chicken fingers in New York City to breakfast tacos in Austin.

  • Restaurants across the country prove that bacon makes everything better, from Bacon Grenades in Chicago and the I Bacon Your Pardon Roll in San Diego to bacon-wrapped wings in Vegas and an all-you-can-eat bacon buffet in Milwaukee.

  • Local favorites feature comfort food that evokes home-cooked meals; warm, cozy and nostalgic foods from mac 'n' cheese in Detroit and chicken pot pie in Portland, Ore., to fried chicken in Atlanta and classic meatloaf in Kansas City.

  • Food Paradise is on a Stack Attack from Atlanta to Los Angeles looking for the tallest meals in the country.

  • Find out what it takes to make bar food great again.

  • Sausage is good for breakfast, lunch, dinner -- as well as a late-night snack. From Milwaukee-style brats in Wisconsin to fried chicken sausage in Austin, Texas, these are America's favorite joints for one of its most universal eats.

  • A stateside search to discover the best versions of classic American dishes. From hot dogs in Ohio to burgers in Oklahoma, these food establishments serve up nostalgic eats with some innovative, modern spins.

  • Favorite local hot spots dish out their city's most famous eats, from chicken wings in Buffalo to spicy chili in Houston.

  • A road trip across the nation to find the best stuffed foods in the country.

  • Food Paradise travels across America for some delicious cultural cuisine.

  • Establishments that mix together majestic views with savory foods are featured. This visual feast covers the Gulf Coast of Florida and the awe-inspiring charm of the Teton Mountain range.

  • Visits to state fairs in New England and Oklahoma.

  • Where's the beef? Check out the hottest spots for it in the country.

  • In this episode of Food Paradise, we're hitting the road and off to Las Vegas, baby! Sin City is a lot more than just casinos and showgirls, it's also a food lover's paradise. From the trendies steak house to the hottest poolside restaurant, we'll reveal to you all the top hot spots on and off the strip.

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