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Jack's Fish Spot in Seattle, WA
Jack's Fish Spot

Jack's Fish Spot

Over the years, word has spread from the locals to other seafood lovers, turning Jack’s FIsh Spot into a premiere seafood destination in Seattle. 960 1280

  

Jack's Fish Spot

Jack's Fish Spot

Jack's in Seattle serves up fresh oysters on the half shell. 960 1280

  

Faidley’s Seafood

Faidley’s Seafood

Welcome to Faidley’s Seafood in the historic Lexington Market in Baltimore, MD, where they’ve been slinging out fresh fish for over a century. 960 1280

  

Faidley’s Seafood

Faidley’s Seafood

There’s roughly a pound of gourmet crabmeat to every cup of saltines, so the mix won’t mask the pure crustacean taste. And each cake is still crafted by hand. 960 1280

  

The Place

The Place

The mouthwatering mollusks at The Place in Guilford, CT, are served piping hot to the tables, and after one bite, the customers are as happy as … well, clams! 960 1280

  

The Place

The Place

The cooking formula is simple – clams, fire and sauce – but the results keep the customers clamoring for more. 960 1280

  

Pelletier's Restaurant

Pelletier's Restaurant

Their signature whitefish at Pelletier's Restaurant in Fish Creek, WI, is served as two 7-ounce steaks, and it all starts with firing up the boiling pot! 960 1280

  

Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar

Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar

Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar in Pensacola, FL, isn’t your everyday seaside shack. Here, paradise goes way beyond sand, surf and ice-cold beer. And make sure to bring your Sharpie so you can leave your mark! 960 1280

  

Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar

Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar

Oysters McClellan is one of the Flora-Bama’s hottest sellers, and are perfect for first-time oyster eaters. 960 1280

  

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

Surrounded by lush hills and multi-million dollar homes, Paradise Cove Beach Cafe in Malibu, CA, is a popular film and TV location. But the real star of this pristine piece of coastline is the “Pescetarian Paradise” that’s so good, it’s got “paradise” right in its name. 960 1280

  

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

When dining at the quintessential California beach restaurant, it’s only appropriate to order the quintessential seafood feast. 960 1280

  

Crawfish Town USA

Crawfish Town USA

Located in an authentic 1900s barn, Crawfish Town USA in Henderson, LA, has been serving up the swamp’s best mudbugs for over 25 years. Award-winning chef and owner Johnny Hebert has been there for all of them, starting out as a crawdad boiler in his teens. 960 1280

  

Crawfish Town USA

Crawfish Town USA

Sucking down a fat, juicy mudbug may not sound too appealing, but that’s what they call ‘em here in Henderson,LA, where fresh-boiled crawfish is the specialty at Crawfish Town USA. 960 1280

  

Crawfish Town USA

Crawfish Town USA

Gator, frog legs and mudbugs – in Cajun country, Seafood Paradise doesn’t get better than this. 960 1280

  

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LAVO, Las Vegas, NV

LAVO, Las Vegas, NV

LAVO Las Vegas's chef Marc Marrone loves his meatballs with fresh whipped ricotta cheese on top. 960 1280

  

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

The meatball recipe at Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, WI, differs from a lot of Swedish recipes, most of which call for a mix of pork and beef. Al Johnson's uses 100% beef instead. 960 1280

  

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

Al Johnson's menu is a veritable smorgasbord of authentic Swedish cuisine. And with Wisconsin being cow country, you can bet this family-owned restaurant serves up some mean beef meatballs. 960 1280

  

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, WI

Al Johnson's adjoining “butik” is stocked with still more stuff that screams “Stockholm.” 960 1280

  

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

Every meatball is made to order at The Meatball Shop in New York. So once the meatballs come out of the oven they are locked and loaded to the customer’s specifications. 960 1280

  

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

Michael and Daniel strive to make The Meatball Shop a meatball-centered restaurant. The meatballs are always the main course here. 960 1280

  

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

The Meatball Shop, New York, NY

Guests at The Meatball Shop can get their balls smothered or smashed -- served over pasta, potatoes, polenta or veggies. 960 1280

  

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

At Bartolini’s in Midlothian, IL, beefy brothers Christopher and Dominic Bartolini challenge their hungriest patrons to take their balls of meat to the max. 960 1280

  

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

Every year, Bartolini’s ups the ante with its annual Meatball Eating Championship. Contestants get 7 minutes to chow down in front of a cheering crowd. 960 1280

  

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

Bartolini's, Midlothian, IL

Bartolini's meatball recipe comes from Grandfather Bartolini. What this restaurant does differently from everybody else is use Turano bread, produced by a local family-owned business. Bartolini’s soaks the bread in water and then presses it, which makes each meatball nice and fluffy -- with a really nice bite. 960 1280

  

Tombolini's, Tomboll, TX

Tombolini's, Tomboll, TX

Even though Tombolini’s in Tomball, TX, hasn’t been open very long, this neighborhood meatball joint is really on a roll, building a loyal customer base. 960 1280

  

Marabella Meatball Co., Philadelphia, PA

Marabella Meatball Co., Philadelphia, PA

Marabella Meatball Co. in Philadelphia is a family-owned-and-operated restaurant, continuing the traditions into the next generation with their family staple: the meatball. 960 1280

  

Somethin Else Café, New Orleans, LA

Somethin Else Café, New Orleans, LA

Stumbling distance from fabled Bourbon Street, Somethin' Else Cafe in New Orleans lures hungry patrons for an irresistible local favorite: the Boudin Ball. 960 1280

  

Maroni's Cuisine, Northport, NY

Maroni's Cuisine, Northport, NY

One pound of ground chuck, freshly grated onions, garlic, Pecorino Romano, parsley, basil, breadcrumbs, 3 large eggs and whole milk go into each batch of Maroni's homemade meatballs. 960 1280

  

Church Brew Works

Church Brew Works

At Brew Works in Pittsburgh, PA, the converted church serves up some of the most popular pierogies in the country, including one dish that has a bit of a bite -- rattlesnake. 960 1280

  

Church Brew Works

Church Brew Works

Here at Church Brew Works, in one of the most unique -- some say celestial -- eateries in the country, diners can dive into a heavenly assortment of food. 960 1280

  

Linger Lodge

Linger Lodge

The Linger Lodge in Bradenton, FL, specializes in down-home, Southern-style cooking. 960 1280

  

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn

Kegel’s Inn in Milwaukee, WI, offers up plenty of German dishes, including their boneless roasted duck and Beef Rouladen 960 1280

  

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn

Kegel's Inn also serves the classic German dish, Wiener Schnitzel, which is breaded veal that’s seasoned and pan-fried. 960 1280

  

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare in San Francisco has many meat selections including the always-popular rabbit, and all of them wow even apprehensive eaters. 960 1280

  

Beast and the Hare

Beast and the Hare

The most popular dish here at the “Hare” remains its namesake entrée, the rabbit ragu, served with herb salsa and polenta. This savory stew is guaranteed to make any meat lover hippity hop all the way home with joy. 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle Inn in Islamorada, FL, is all about catering to the locals, but it’s also been a popular destination stop for customers traveling between Miami and the Outer Keys since opening in 1947. 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

The turtle may have a reputation for being slow, but people here gobble it up as fast as they can! 960 1280

  

The Green Turtle

The Green Turtle

Since Islamorada, FL, is the sport fishing capital of America, the chefs at the Green Turtle are glad to cook up your catch of the day. 960 1280

  

Prejean's

Prejean's

Chef Ernest's latest crave-worthy creation at Prejean's in Lafayette, LA, is his award-winning pork skin-crusted frog legs. 960 1280

  

Prejean's

Prejean's

Chef Ernest Prejean is the culinary mastermind who turns these little green legs into finger-licking Southern specialties. 960 1280

  

Bodega Bistro

Bodega Bistro

San Francisco's Bodega Bistro's defining dish is the squab, which frequently lands on local food critics’ top 10 lists. And unlike chicken, every edible portion of squab is served, from the head to the feet. 960 1280

  

Bodega Bistro

Bodega Bistro

After one bite of Bodega's Vietnamese fare, even the most doubtful diner will become a convert. 960 1280

  

The Stinking Rose

The Stinking Rose

This monument to all things garlic is so pungent, no respectable vampire would dare approach the front door! Prepare to eat, drink and --- stink at The Stinking Rose in San Francisco. 960 1280

  

The Stinking Rose

The Stinking Rose

Called bagna cauda, this Northern Italian specialty starts with butter, garlic, anchovies and olive oil, which is then oven-roasted and served with their house-made focaccia. 960 1280

  

The Stinking Rose

The Stinking Rose

For those addicted to heavy doses of the halitosis-inducing herb, The Stinking Rose serves up the ultimate garlic dish – the world-famous 40-clove garlic chicken. 960 1280

  

Jake's Sandwich Board

Jake's Sandwich Board

Everything on the menu at Jake's Sandwich Board in Philadelphia is cooked fresh to order. 960 1280

  

Jake's Sandwich Board

Jake's Sandwich Board

These 2 guys seem to be enjoying the "Garlic Bomb" at Jake's a little too much. The Garlic Bomb is packed with Jake's famous garlic spread, then smothered with provolone cheese and topped with fried, crispy, whole cloves of garlic! 960 1280

  

The Garlic

The Garlic

For the next stop on our search for great garlic grub, we flock south to New Smyrna Beach, FL. This coastal city was recently voted one of the top 20 surf towns in the world by National Geographic, and in the middle of this vacation paradise, we find a garlic paradise called simply: The Garlic. 960 1280

  

The Garlic

The Garlic

Every steak that goes into Il Forno comes out with a perfectly-seared crust. 960 1280

  

Garlic Mike's

Garlic Mike's

The owner of Garlic Mike's in Gunnison, CO, chose his restaurant’s location for its view and its element of surprise. 960 1280

  

Gilroy Garlic Festival

Gilroy Garlic Festival

Each year, over a hundred thousand garlic groupies descend on Gilroy for some seriously stinky food and frivolity at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in California. 960 1280

  

Gilroy Garlic Festival

Gilroy Garlic Festival

Every year on the last weekend of July, Gilroy is home to one of the largest - and most pungent - food festivals in the world: The Gilroy Garlic Festival. 960 1280

  

Gilroy Garlic Festival

Gilroy Garlic Festival

What better way to wash down all those savory garlic dishes than with a big scoop of garlic ice cream? 960 1280

  

Saleem's West

Saleem's West

At Saleem's West in Winchester, MO, garlic goes in just about everything, from the cocktails and dips to their lamb dishes and kibbeh. 960 1280

  

Thanh Long

Thanh Long

Inside the secret kitchen where the An family chefs create the famous garlic noodles at Thanh Long in San Francisco, they also prepare several other signature garlic dishes, including roast garlic crab and colossal royal tiger prawns. 960 1280

  

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