We're getting so close to the #1 spot on our countdown, we can almost smell it! Mmm... But for now we're still counting down more of the country's best places to chow down. Numbers 40-21 are chock full of ...Go to Episode
Eagle's Deli boasts the tallest burger challenges. Their Eagle's Challenge Burger is a 5-lb. skyscraper made up of 10 burger patties 20 slices of cheese and 20 bacon strips.
1918 Beacon St., Brighton, MA 02135
We settle an age-old debate in the Motor City over who has the best Detroit-style chilidog -- Lafayette or American. It's the clash of the Coney dogs!
118 & 114 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
23. El Tepeyac Cafe
We head to El Tepeyac for an authentic taste of Mexico in the form of a giant 4-lb. burrito called the Manuel Special, a 2-tortilla burrito overflowing with their famous, chunky chili verde.
812 N Evergreen Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90033
In a town famous for ribs, Rendezvous is a legend. Their ribs are covered in a unique Greek-inspired dry rub slow-cooked over charcoal until they are tender and succulent.
52 S. Second St., Memphis, TN 38103
Whether they're raw, char-grilled, fried, put in a soup or piled high on a po'boy, Acme Oyster House is the best place for oysters in The Big Easy.
724 Iberville St., New Orleans, LA 70130
26. Beth's Cafe
We travel to Beth's Cafe in Seattle to take on the infamous 12-egg omelet challenge.
7311 Aurora Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103-5356
We find a completely unique experience in Tucson -- a hospital-clinic-themed restaurant where the prescription to happiness is a big, greasy burger and all-you-can-eat fries cooked in lard!
6185 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85226
We check out DC's favorite, meaty chilidog at Ben's Chili Bowl.
1213 U St. NW, Washington, DC 20009