Bite into the best bratwurst, bangers, sausage patties and links across America, including rattlesnake tube steak in SoCal, long smokies in Texas and a heaping helping of Germany -- in Milwaukee.Go to Episode
Sausage has been a staple of Italian cuisine for over 2,000 years, and one of the oldest Italian restaurants in America, Ferdinando’s Focacceria, serves up a sausage sandwich that will make you shout “Mamma Mia!”
151 Union St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Gene’s is a 2-story temple of cased meats where European-trained butchers make sausages using authentic, Old World methods.
4750 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625
The Hominy Grill is a cozy cafe in Charleston, SC, where it’s easy to feel like you’re in grandma's kitchen. The charming Southern decor is only the beginning. Award-winning chef Robert Stehling makes fresh sausage from local ingredients.
207 Rutledge Ave
Charleston, SC 29403
The Horse Brass Pub is now heralded for its famous bangers and mash – Britain’s signature sausage meal. The pub also receives special brews from their sister pub in South London.
4534 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97215
Ina Pinkney, America’s “Breakfast Queen,” makes breakfast sausage fit for a king. She makes 2 types of beloved breakfast links on the premises along with a variety of other well-known brands of sausage.
1235 West Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60607
For an authentic taste of an Old World brat, look no further than Milwaukee, WI. Based on the Bavarian belief that great beer and brats should be shared, customers enjoy communal seating and tables loaded with authentic German food.
1009 North Old World 3rd St
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Some of the best and most authentic Polish cuisine in the country can be found in the Detroit suburb of Hamtramck, at the 1920s hotel with a basement beer garden known as the Polish Village.
2990 Yemans St
Hamtramck, MI 48212
You can’t have a sausage fest without going to Texas! Texas claims to be the barbeque state, and Southside Market & Barbeque is the state’s oldest barbeque establishment.
1212 Hwy 290 E
Elgin, TX 78621
When you crave exotic sausages and don't know where to go, Wurstküche has you covered. Known for its eclectic tubular varieties of meats, including rabbit, duck, buffalo and rattlesnake, this hipster haven isn't your traditional wiener shop.
800 E 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
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