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Burgers, beer and barbecue are staples of many adult Americans' diets and the centerpiece of this series hosted by chef and restaurateur Michael Symon; throughout the first season, he heads to three cities across the U.S. -- New York, Nashville and his native Cleveland -- to discover the best each city has to offer in each of the three delicacies featured in the show -- from a Nashville burger joint that creates custom dishes at diners' requests to an over-the-top barbecue joint in the Big Apple; Symon seeks out some hidden -- and not-so-hidden -- gems in the cities he frequents; some of his fellow Food Network personalities, including Bobby Flay and Alex Guarnaschelli, join Symon during his journeys. After Season 1, Symon broadens his scope, expanding his itinerary to add locations in more cities, including New Orleans, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Austin, Texas.

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Michael Symon and the winner of "Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition," Jenni "JWoww" Farley, team up to tackle classic barbecue, fresh farmhouse burgers and microbrews; one of the area's best-known chefs gives his take on the local cuisine.
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Michael and TV star Billy Gardell compare a famous old-fashioned chili burger with an imaginative contemporary take; swing through the city's Koreatown for table-side barbecue; tour a downtown brewery where they have a bar games faceoff.
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In Lockhart, Texas, one family remains at the forefront of America's greatest barbecue after four generations; in Brooklyn, N.Y., a lobster meat and pork belly BLT; in Louisville, Ky., a juicy venison burger ignited by unique sauces and seasonings.
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A bacon and blue cheese burger in San Antonio; a spicy Cincinnati sausage; in Austin, Texas, a meaty eggs Benedict.
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In New Orleans, a bacon-onion jam, brie and brioche brunch burger alongside creamy crabmeat mac and cheese; a massive meatloaf sandwich in San Antonio; in Brooklyn, a smoked lamb belly sandwich and Chinese-style sticky ribs.
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In Brooklyn, a deep-fried burger; in New Orleans, crawfish and grits and jambalaya, washed down with an adult sundae steeped in local stout beer; in Lexington, Ky., a smoked and savory fried steak bacon biscuit.
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In Lexington, Ky., a plump pork burger and smoked chicken wings; spicy fried chicken and waffles that are making the Cincinnati food scene soar; Caribbean-inspired rum-soaked ribs in New Orleans.
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Football legend, Earl Campbell, digs into brisket and peach cobbler at one of Texas' most famous barbecue restaurants; in Cincinnati, a bacon and blue cheese burger; in Kansas City, Mo., inside-out shepherd's pie and beer-infused doughnuts.
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Nick Lachey hooks up with Michael Symon in Philadelphia; from Chef Jose Garces' bourbon burger, to German smoked sausages, to authentic Italian pizza, everything they sample pairs perfectly with Philly's endless array of local and European brews.
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Michael Symon is joined by Michael Strahan at their favorite New York City burger spot; they dine on meatball sliders, succulent St. Louis style ribs, pastrami-topped pizza and authentic barbecue; Michael gets a Two-Step lesson.
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In Cleveland, classic sweets are combined to make a dessert burger; in Brooklyn, an old school Jewish deli blended with traditional Canadian-style dirty fries; in Nashville, creamy mac and cheese and pulled pork.
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A Manhattan spot that combines a bottomless beer selection with high-octane hot dogs; in Ohio, a smoked meatloaf containing chorizo; burgers in Nashville.
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Scott Conant shows Michael Symon his favorite burger and brew bar in New Orleans; in Kansas City, Kan.,award-winning smoked meat techniques; in Austin, Texas, artisanal sausages with brew-infused cocktails.
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Duff Goldman visits a Baton Rouge, La. smokehouse that boasts an outrageous pork belly hoagie; in St. Louis, a big fat Greek burger; in Austin, Texas, pit-roasted meats and spicy salsa atop tortillas.
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Bobby Flay makes a surprise guest appearance at a barbecue joint in New York with a one-of-a-kind brontosaurus beef rib; in Nashville, the local tradition is hot chicken; in Cleveland, the brunch burger.
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In Baton Rouge, La., pastry chef, Ron Ben-Israel, feasts on a mile-high key lime pie and a Caribbean-inspired brisket melt; in Louisville, Ky., a burger topped with chorizo and the bacon cinna-bomb; in Lexington, Ky., a spicy fried chicken sandwich.
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Josh Charles meets up with Michael at his favorite place for crab cakes in town; after a round of bocce ball, Michael introduces Josh to some of Baltimore's best new spots for juicy, inventive burgers and craft brews.
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Michael takes reality television star Kendra Wilkinson on a whirlwind food and beer tour of Detroit to introduce her to one of the country's most resurgent cities; enjoys microbrews, Coney Island dogs, spicy Korean sliders and pulled pork enchiladas.
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In Baton Rouge, La., chef Jay Ducote, introduces a French and Cajun-inspired burger; in St. Louis, toasted ravioli stuffed with burnt ends; in Austin, Texas, a gigantic peach-glazed pork chop and peanut butter mousse pie.
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Michael hooks up with Anthony Anderson in Chicago to explore some of the city's legendary food institutions; smoked sausages and indulgent burgers; Michael engages in a sumo-style wrestling match with a local chef.
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Eddie Jackson introduces a barbecue sandwich in Austin, Texas that has the entire town lined up; a sweet and spicy burger creation in Jersey City, N. J.; in Louisville, Ky., a pastrami spiced sandwich and dessert with a refreshing local brew.

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