Tony is off on a great American road trip to explore the Southwest, which is all about big roadside tacos, big wide open wastelands, big rock stars and big guns.Go to Episode
PO Box 1010, Abiquiu, NM 87510
The Pepper Pot Restaurant
Hatch is known for growing some of the best chili peppers in the country, and The Pepper Pot serves them up relleno style, made from scratch.
207 West Hall, Hatch, NM 87937
Located in downtown Phoenix, this sports bar/shrine to shock-rocker Alice Cooper is known for kick-ass music and a notorious menu item called the Big Unit.
101 E. Jackson St., Phoenix, Ariz. 85004
Nothing says Texas like steak, and this joint located in Amarillo is notorious for serving up a massive chunk of it to brave patrons who want to try to eat their way to a free meal.
7701 East I-40, Amarillo, TX 79118
Rusty Star BBQ
After spending all day at the Ted Nugent Ranch listening to rock 'n' roll and riding ATVs, Tony and Ted head to a local BBQ brisket joint for some grub.
10600 N River Xing, Waco, TX 76712
Tony heads up the Chama River in northern New Mexico for some white-water rafting, and then digs into some tamale pot pies with the other rafters.
Flagstaff, AZ 86003
Tony meets up with Mark Goulet in the desert of California to wander through rows of date trees and then to sample a milkshake made with the fruits.
80225 US Highway 111, Indio, CA
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