Travel Channel continues to dish out finger lickin' exotic eats, from rib-sticking rabbit ragu in San Francisco, to crocodile-stuffed pot stickers in Arizona and down-home Cajun frog legs in Louisiana.Go to Episode
Beast and the Hare is a celebration of all things flesh and bone -- including rabbit. It comes as a starter -- a rabbit rillette, submerged in sweet pork fat and spread across a piece of bread with the ease of softened butter.
1001 Guerrero St
San Francisco, CA 94110
The specialty here is squab – pigeon to you or me, and a tasty staple of French and Vietnamese cuisine for centuries. Here at the Bodega, they serve it with a simple lime sauce, crispy with a lemon pepper sauce, or with garlic noodles.
607 Larkin St
San Francisco, CA 94109
It is one of the most unique – celestial, even -- drinking holes in the country. Church Brew Works features the original stained-glass windows, hanging lanterns and wooden flooring of its former home.
3525 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
This is not your typical Australian-themed steak restaurant -- leave that for the timid and bereft of palate. Down Under Wines & Bistro features the first barbeque kangaroo in the southwest and award-winning crocodile pot stickers.
1422 W Warner Rd Ste 100 A
Gilbert, AZ 85233
The Green Turtle Inn is a seafood restaurant on Islamorada Island, considered to be the fishing capital of America. At the Green Turtle, big-game fishing blends with a casual style that’s closer to the atmosphere of a New York City speakeasy.
81219 Overseas Hwy
Islamorada, FL 33036
In perhaps the most German of US cities, Kegel's Inn is a hugely popular beer hall and restaurant. Using traditional ingredients and techniques, Kegel’s Inn has been making this classic rabbit stew just right since 1924.
5901 W National Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53214
One of roadside America’s must-see icons is the Linger Lodge, an hour south of St. Petersburg, FL. Featuring an RV park and a pier that offers some of the best bass fishing in America, the Linger can accommodate parties of any size.
7205 85th St Ct E
Bradenton, FL 34202
Prejean’s in Lafayette, LA, is one of the Bayou restaurants that launched the Cajun food craze. Visited by countless actors, politicians and generals, Prejean’s keeps the atmosphere alive. And the food -- well, it’s won every award possible.
3480 NE Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, LA 70507
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