When Jack Brooks wrote "That's Amore," the first image he reached for was a big pizza pie. With apologies to St. Valentine and all those greeting-card companies, we're with the old-school crooner on this one. Let it be known that February's purest celebration falls on the 9th—National Pizza Day. Say cheese, lovers.
On Aug. 21, a total eclipse of the sun will be visible coast to coast in the U.S. for the first time in a century. Plan on putting yourself in its path? We've scouted out eateries near the totality's arc so you can fill your belly before feasting your eyes on the sky (with eclipse glasses, of course).
Since fantastic food is more important to many travelers than museums, hotels and souvenirs, we've compiled all the must-stop food spots across the country that offer a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
From New York City Sicilians serving spaghetti in a cone, to a Vietnamese chef in Venice Beach rolling ramen noodles in a burrito, these chefs think way outside of the pasta box. New fusions are bringing noodles to the next level, and this episode of Food Paradise has all the saucy details.
From a ghost pepper burger in Texas and a Chicago pizza pie with the name "Dance With El Diablo" to legendary curry in New York City, we crisscross the country to find the spiciest hot spots.
Before the entrees arrive, there's an entire world of food to explore. From a tower of tater tots in Atlanta to smoked wings in Detroit and cheese curds in Milwaukee, Food Paradise finds the best bold beginnings America has to offer.
Travel Channel is serving up a mouthwatering fiesta of flavors -- from sizzling, juicy fajitas in Texas, to spicy, belly-warming tamales in San Diego and piping-hot chimichangas in Arizona.
On this episode of Food Paradise, we're finding out what it takes to make bar food good again. From San Francisco to Miami, we're leaving no bar stool unturned as we tour restaurants nationwide finding who's taking boring bar food and turning it into one-of-a-kind pub grub.
We're unwrapping burritos across America, including a juicy coke-marinated carnitas burrito in Colorado, a hot and cheesy lobster burrito in Maine and a hot sauce-drenched and deep-fried catfish burrito in North Carolina.
After a long, hard day at work, forget the glass of water. From an exotic spot in San Diego to a Chicago bar that puts their booze in the food, Food Paradise hunts down the best drinks and eats for the 5 o'clock crowd.
A stay in some of the country's hottest hotels means dining on more than just your standard fare. Check out these rad restaurants as Food Paradise heads to the hottest hotel hot spots that excel at excellent eats. Try out a Hangover Burger at Austin's 1886 Cafe and Bakery, magical sea fare at The Surf Lodge in Montauk, New York, and a key lime pie margarita at Southernmost Beach Cafe in -- where else -- Key West, Florida.
Local favorites feature comfort food just like mama used to make. From mac 'n' cheese in Detroit and chicken pot pie in Portland to fried chicken in Atlanta and classic meatloaf in Kansas City, these foods are warm, cozy and nostalgic.
This food tour heads to some of the most amazing eateries for handheld food, with no bowls, plates or utensils getting in the way. From big bags of saucy seafood in Chicago to arepas stuffed with slow-cooked meats in Minneapolis, chicken fingers in New York City to breakfast tacos in Austin, it's all hands on happiness.
From traditional to experimental, sticky-sweet to spicy, dry to saucy, America loves barbecue--and competition. Food Paradise travels through America's barbecue hot spots, pitting four regional rivals against one another for a meaty, mouthwatering mega-battle for Barbecue Bragging Rights.
Hometown favorites are found in unexpected places, including classic Southern comfort food in Philly, Chicago deep-dish pizza in the Big Apple and meaty Texas-style chili in Seattle.
Why have a snack when you can have some of the biggest dishes America has to offer? Food Paradise puts another notch in its belt as we set out to try the biggest and tastiest dishes we can find. From burritos and burgers to mac and cheese, everything comes in only one enormous size: fully loaded.
Food Paradise is traveling the country to find the best steaks, sandwiches, burgers and briskets that America has to offer. It's knife and fork time as we meet the meats and their makers. From meatloaf and pot roast nachos in Chicago to a 3-pound pork chop in Denver, it's a carnivore's carnival as we go looking for the biggest and best meat dishes in the US.
We're traveling coast to coast to answer the question: Where's the Beef? From a high-end steak house in Manhattan to a rib joint in Oklahoma, we take you to the most sizzling hotspots for beef in the U.S.
Prepare yourself for the nation's tastiest BBQ, including beef ribs in Austin, TX, smoky chicken baptized in a tangy white sauce in Alabama and a melt-in-your-mouth smoked brisket in Houston, TX.
French fry and gravy dog, alligator dog, and a cream cheesy dream dog.
We’re sinking our teeth into more of America's best burgers. From a juicy beef, duck and pork Dork patty in Seattle, to a spicy beef patty smashed between 2 creamy mac and cheese buns in Chicago, this is Hamburger Paradise 3.
We're giving America's favorite condiment a swirl in this deliciously drippy episode. Seafood dishes like hot lobster rolls and blue crab spaghetti get dressed in robes of butter at restaurants in Boston and New York while bakeries in San Francisco, Washington, DC and Atlanta bring butter to new heights in their flaky pastries. We've also got butter in places you never even thought of -- on top of knish sandwiches and melted into mochi.
From an Arizona joint's chicken fried steak smothered in gravy to sweet, fluffy doughnuts in Rhode Island, Food Paradise is getting in line to find dishes that diners don't mind waiting hours to sink their teeth into.
Food Paradise travels to places that combine majestic views with savory foods. From the Gulf Coast of Florida to the awe-inspiring beauty of the Teton Mountain range, get ready for a visual feast.
Ooey, gooey, chewy and delicious, some foods just don't reach peak perfection until they've reached maximum meltdown. Starting with classic Tuna Mac in Wisconsin and ending with a five-meat sandwich in New York City, all systems are "goo," on this edition of Food Paradise: Meltdown.
Road trip across America to discover the best stuffed foods in the nation. From a wrestling-themed restaurant in Chicago to a baked potato factory in Houston, there's nothing quite like these restaurants serving up flavorful stuffed bites.
From beach bites on the central coast, authentic Italian in Mammoth and some of the juiciest burgers in Southern California, Food Paradise finds the tastiest spots under the Golden State's sun.
Restaurants across the country prove that everything is better with bacon, from Bacon Grenades in Chicago and the I Bacon Your Pardon Roll in San Diego to bacon-wrapped wings in Vegas and an all-you-can-eat bacon buffet in Milwaukee.
From slow-smoked bison ribs in Colorado to chicken wings topped with cinnamon sugar and icing in Rhode Island, Food Paradise hunts down proteins that satisfy every carnivorous craving.