Down on the Street

Tony usually finds the most authentic food in a country or village is what is sold by local merchants from carts in an outdoor market or roadside stands.

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Truly, the King of dogs -- outside Chicago, anyway. 960 1280


The crew shoots Tony enjoying a hot dog on 86th Street in Manhattan. 960 1280


Tony takes a papaya break before shooting the next scene. 960 1280


Kira Kelly films a halal stand called Brother's Halal operated by Gamal Muhamed in Manhattan. 960 1280


Tony samples the food at the Brother's Halal stand. 960 1280


Tony demonstrates the mobility of street food. 960 1280


Tony ponders his next line in Spanish Harlem on Lexington Avenue between 102nd and 103rd Streets in Manhattan. 960 1280


Alan shoots close-ups of Tony eating in Spanish Harlem. 960 1280


Tony eats tacos on Lexington Avenue in Spanish Harlem. 960 1280


Adam films tight on Tony's feet for takeaway shots to use later in the show. 960 1280


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