Tony gets to know a little bit about the lives of the city's working class. Explore the varied ethnic communities that contribute to the pulse of Paris.
Tony comes out of the closet about his New Jersey roots and takes a sentimental journey through the city of his youth.
It's the middle of winter in Iceland and, with only 4 hours of sun each day, it may be enough to drive a person mad. Tony decides to check out the nightlife.
Tony discovers Vietnam. From the buzzing streets of Hanoi to the rural beauty of the Montagnards, our hero is completely enamored of Vietnam and its people.
Tony travels to Christ Church to give a guest lecture. When he can't connect with his audience, he heads for the countryside to find the real Kiwi lifestyle.
Tony has always been fascinated by Malaysia, where Chinese influence has mixed with Malay, Indian, Nyonya and indigenous Borneo culture.
Tony starts his journey through Sicily in style by sharing a spleen sandwich with Sicily's president.
On assignment and with deadline looming for a major food magazine, Tony's got four days to cover the "very best" of the new chef-centric Las Vegas. He visits The Double Down, Bouchon, El Sombrero, Beauty Bar, Freemont Street and much more.
Tony journeys through Uzbekistan's 2000-year-old capital, Tashkent, dines at Jumanji and gets acquainted with the culture by visiting a local mosque, shops for a wedding present and much more.
Tony has never been to China and decides to tackle Beijing and Chengdu on his first trip. He squeezes in as much food and culture as humanly possible.
Tony's Japanese adventure begins in Osaka at an underground bar devoted to the hardcore fans of the local baseball team, the Hanshin Tigers. Then he visits the Kiso Valley for some relaxation.
Tony begins his exploration of Miami in the Creole enclave of Little Haiti before heading out to the vast subtropical preserves of the Everglades.
Tony is on a mission to obtain personal enlightenment, and his travels bring him to Peru, a land of ancient culture, rich cuisine, and vibrant people.