All You Can Meat: Sneak Peek Pictures

Travel the country with Chuey Martinez as he searches for the most authentic preparations of classic cuts: steak, ribs, pulled pork, brisket and more.

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Anthony Muia walks with his consiglieres
Anthony Muia walks with his consiglieres

Anthony Muia walks with his consiglieres

Slice of Brooklyn host Tony Muia walks with his consiglieres: “Frankie Pancakes,” Uncle Louie and "Fat Sal." 960 1280

  

Tourists eat pizza

Tourists eat pizza

The Slice of Brooklyn tour bus makes 2 stops at 2 Brooklyn pizzerias: Grimaldi’s Pizzeria and L&B Spumoni Gardens. Pictured here: Tourists chow down at L&B Spumoni Gardens, known for pizza sauce that's poured over the cheese. 960 1280

  

Uncle Louie

Uncle Louie

One of Tony's consiglieres: Uncle Louie. 960 1280

  

Sauce is applied to pizza dough

Sauce is applied to pizza dough

Cooks prep some pizza at L&B Spumoni Gardens. 960 1280

  

Men having a conversation

Men having a conversation

Tony and his consiglieres have a deep discussion at a local park. 960 1280

  

Men wait for their food

Men wait for their food

Frankie and Louie wait for their dinner selections at East Harbor Seafood Palace. 960 1280

  

Tourists are greeted at L&B Spumoni Garden

Tourists are greeted at L&B Spumoni Garden

The second Brooklyn pizzeria that they visit is L&B Spumoni Garden. Pictured is the L&B chef alongside tour guide trainee Michele greeting Slice of Brooklyn tourists. 960 1280

  

Dancer poses with Anthony Muia and friends

Dancer poses with Anthony Muia and friends

Tony and Uncle Louie pose with a dancer at Middle Eastern restaurant 1001 Nights. 960 1280

  

Anthony Muia and family around the dinner table

Anthony Muia and family around the dinner table

Tony and his consiglieres pose for a picture after filling up on a homemade antipasto. 960 1280

  

Anthony Muia walks along the boardwalk at Coney Island

Anthony Muia walks along the boardwalk at Coney Island

Tony takes us to one of his favorite places: the boardwalk at Coney Island. 960 1280

  

Feed the Beast host Mikey Roe
Feed the Beast host Mikey Roe

Feed the Beast host Mikey Roe

Feed the Beast host Mikey Roe shows off his late-night meal of ribs, fries, coleslaw and cornbread at Kingston Mines in Chicago. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs in New York City

Crif Dogs in New York City

Mikey meets the customers at Crif Dogs, a culinary keystone of New York City's eclectic East Village. 960 1280

Frank Murray  

PDT, or the “Please Don’t Tell” bar in New York City

PDT, or the “Please Don’t Tell” bar in New York City

Hot dog, tater tots and cocktails at PDT, or the “Please Don’t Tell” bar located sneakily inside NYC’s Crif Dogs. 960 1280

  

Mikey films in Tribeca

Mikey films in Tribeca

Mikey films a segment in Tribeca in lower Manhattan. 960 1280

Frank Murray  

Kimchi fries from the Chi'lantro food truck

Kimchi fries from the Chi'lantro food truck

The ever-popular kimchi fries from the Chi'lantro food truck which specializes in Korean-Mexican fusion. 960 1280

  

Sam's BBQ in Austin, TX

Sam's BBQ in Austin, TX

Mikey outside of Sam's BBQ in Austin, TX. 960 1280

  

Chi'lantro's kimchi tacos

Chi'lantro's kimchi tacos

Chi'lantro's kimchi tacos are popular with the college crowd. 960 1280

  

Chicago’s Kingston Mines

Chicago’s Kingston Mines

Chicago’s Kingston Mines is known for its blues as well as its barbecue. 960 1280

  

Kingston Mines

Kingston Mines

Ribs, fries and barbecue sauce from Kingston Mines. 960 1280

  

Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago

Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago

Mikey crashes the kitchen at Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago. 960 1280

  

Li’l Woody's in Seattle

Li’l Woody's in Seattle

Mikey films at Li’l Woody's in Seattle. 960 1280

  

Off The Rez food truck

Off The Rez food truck

Mikey stands outside of Off The Rez, Seattle’s first and only Native American food truck. 960 1280

  

Mikey at Utilikilt

Mikey at Utilikilt

Mikey and Liam try on kilts in Seattle's Utilikilt. 960 1280

  

Li’l Woody's famous New Mexican burger

Li’l Woody's famous New Mexican burger

In Seattle, Li’l Woody's famous New Mexican burger is topped with a homemade cheese sauce and green chilies brought in straight from New Mexico. 960 1280

  

Seattle’s Biscuit Bitch

Seattle’s Biscuit Bitch

Mikey meets a customer in a kilt at Seattle’s Biscuit Bitch. Known as Café Lieto by day, this restaurant turns into a late-night madhouse that slings out huge biscuit breakfasts. 960 1280

  

Mikey and the owner of Yuet Lee, Sam Yu

Mikey and the owner of Yuet Lee, Sam Yu

In San Francisco’s Chinatown, Mikey and the owner of Yuet Lee, Sam Yu, have a meal together. But Sam won’t tell Mikey what he’s been served. 960 1280

  

LA’s Berri's Pizza Café

LA’s Berri's Pizza Café

Mikey meets the chef at LA’s Berri's Pizza Café, where he learns how their famous lobster pizza is made. 960 1280

  

Grilled cheese at Cole's

Grilled cheese at Cole's

Grilled cheese with barbecue sauce at Cole's, the oldest pub in LA. 960 1280

  

San Gennaro Italian Festival

San Gennaro Italian Festival

While in LA, Mikey stumbles upon the San Gennaro Italian Festival on the corner of Hollywood and Highland, where he devours some meatballs and ravioli. 960 1280

  

Mikey makes friends at Dansungsa

Mikey makes friends at Dansungsa

Mikey makes friends at Dansungsa, a barbecue restaurant in LA known for their chicken wings and pork ribs. 960 1280

  

Outlaw Grill
Outlaw Grill

Outlaw Grill

The owner and builder of the “Outlaw Grill," Brett Enright, poses in front of his masterpiece, a 20-foot-high, self-contained barbecue. 960 1280

  

Car-B-Que

Car-B-Que

Dave Anton’s Car-B-Que was once a Hot Rod, but now it’s got a different kind of fire under the hood. 960 1280

  

"Bling Bling" grill

"Bling Bling" grill

Barbecue pit builder Dave Klose couldn’t be prouder of his "Bling Bling" grill, complete with a beer cooler and satellite TV. 960 1280

  

Beer-bottle-shaped smoker

Beer-bottle-shaped smoker

Nothing goes better with barbecue than a nice, cold beer. Dave Klose takes that idea to the next level with this custom-built, beer-bottle-shaped smoker. 960 1280

  

Fire Up Freedom fire truck

Fire Up Freedom fire truck

Want to make your party the ultimate barbecue celebration? Then rent the Fire Up Freedom fire truck with its 4 grills, 2 soda fountains, 100-foot ladder, 4 flat screen TVs and more! 960 1280

  

A hybrid full-service bar and BBQ smoking trailer

A hybrid full-service bar and BBQ smoking trailer

Victor Howard and George Shore from Pitmaker built this hybrid full-service bar and BBQ smoking trailer for the “Sauced Up Kookers” competition cooking team. 960 1280

  

Pitmaker's train grill

Pitmaker's train grill

Texas’ own Pitmaker custom barbecue building team prides itself on unique, over-the-top grills, smokers and trailers, including this train grill. 960 1280

  

The X-Grill

The X-Grill

The X-Grill, a converted tanker truck, visits events throughout Cape Cod helping non-profits and other organizations raise funds. 960 1280

  

The Big Rig barbecue pit

The Big Rig barbecue pit

The Big Rig barbecue pit cooks the whole hog at once. The problem is moving the pig once it’s ready to be eaten. 960 1280

  

"Meat Missile"

"Meat Missile"

The 90-foot-long "Meat Missile" mobile barbecue trailer makes its home at Big Boy Toys in Magnolia, AR. 960 1280

  

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