Adam has arrived in the mid-Atlantic. Making pit stops in Baltimore, Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, Adam must choose among 3 classics.
Adam heads to the mid-Atlantic to decide which is the real champ: a crab cake sandwich, a battleship-sized chicken sub or a "top secret" club sandwich.
First stop, Faidley Seafood in Baltimore. The restaurant has been a Baltimore fixture since 1886, consistently serving the freshest seafood in the area.
This family-run business is located in Baltimore's historic Lexington Market and is best known for its award-winning crab cake sandwiches.
Each cake is filled with 6.5 ounces of jumbo lump crabmeat, fried to perfection. Each is cooked with care -- made by hand, and made to order.
Can this traditional sammie take the mid-Atlantic title ... or will it be taken down by the W Hotel’s top secret club sandwich?
Washington, DC’s W Hotel has a yummy secret: an exclusive club sandwich!
This sandwich is only available through room service, so it is known to only a select group of people. The ingredients include lettuce, eggs, chicken and bacon. Get the <a href="http://www.travelchannel.com/tv-shows/adam-richmans-best-sandwich-in-america/articles/sandwich-report-card-chicken-club">complete recipe.</a>
W Hotel chef Philippe Reininger prepares one of the exclusive club sandwiches for Adam so he can rate it using his BITE scale.
Adam is so excited to try the W Hotel’s exclusive club sandwich that he’s doing the W hand sign!
Here's an up-close-and-personal look at the W Hotel's exclusive club sandwich. Will it take the mid-Atlantic title?
The third sandwich from the mid-Atlantic is the CSS Virginia sandwich (named after a famous ship) at The Black Sheep diner in Richmond, VA.
The Black Sheep’s CSS Virginia is filled with fried chicken livers loaded into a toasted French baguette, along with shredded cabbage, green onions, Granny Smith apple and remoulade sauce. Does the sandwich have what it takes to move to the next round? Watch and find out!