Tony is in the nation's capital to explore the city's many contrasts -- Democrat vs. Republican, rich vs. poor, visible vs. invisible, black vs. white.Go to Episode
An experiment in food that defies any traditional explanation, this is José Andrés' spot to play with the concepts and chemistry of flavors to create an experience like none other.
405 8th St. NW, 2nd Flr, Washington, DC
A true monument to DC -- Ben's Chili Bowl has withstood the test of time, hardship and gentrification to remain a staple of the DC scene gastronomically and socially.
1213 U St. NW, Washington, DC
Landing somewhere between a coffee shop, restaurant and social center, this location in the Shaw Neighborhood looks to the future of DC by putting local authors and artists in touch with one another over a quick bite.
2021 14th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009
Tony meets up with a former CIA agent, and the 2 of them head to a spot known both for its history in the espionage world and its outstanding hamburger.
3205 K St. NW, Washington, DC 20007
Truly making a difference in the world of feeding the hungry, DC Central Kitchen not only feeds the disenfranchised, but creates opportunities for them to change their lives. Tony spent an afternoon at DC Central offering a hand.
425 2nd St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
Tony meets José Andrés at the weekly Farmers Market in Penn Quarter featuring only local purveyors of fine foods.
8th St. NW, Washington, DC
A combination of traditional Mexican flavors with a modern twist, José Andrés' newest restaurant in D.C. is the perfect place to sample some mescal.
401 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20004
Tony visits the International Spy Museum for a quick and interactive history lesson.
800 F St., Washington, DC 20004