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There is, of course, much more to a vacation experience than hotels, sightseeing and souvenirs. For a look at what is literally on the menu, Travel Channel takes a tour of the must-see eateries across the country where a one-of-a-kind dining experience can be had. There are places that serve lip-smacking pizza, tasty deli entrees, boatloads of bacon, fresh seafood, finger-licking deep-fried dishes, juicy steaks, hot-and-spicy favorites -- the list that can whet anyone's appetite goes on and on. Each episode focuses on a specific type of food, and there's even episodic room reserved for desserts, such as ice cream and pie.

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Counting down eight great restaurants serving up hometown heroes in America.
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Finding the best Mexican crowd-pleasers from a Peking duck taco to brisket enchiladas.
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Eating your way through the Wisconsin Sate Fair and the State Fair of Texas.
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From a smoky bacon breakfast bowl to super-saucy barbecued ribs, Southern-inspired spots crush country cooking across the United States.
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The nation's most crave-worthy combinations are highlighted, from hearty biscuits and gravy and deliciously sinful macaroni and cheese to carb-happy spaghetti and meatballs and crispy fish and chips.
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The country's choicest chicken dishes are highlighted; whether it's fried to golden perfection, smothered in gravy, stuffed in a taco, or topping a mound of crispy fries, chicken is one of the most versatile meats on the planet.
aired 9 days ago
Pizza that goes beyond pepperoni; great eight pizzerias from all over the country with pies that defy expectations.
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Sampling the best of the Midwest at the Minnesota State Fair.
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Counting down eight great places that put a creative spin on this classic combo.
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Counting down the top eight places serving up the extra-cheesiest delights in the nation.
aired 16 days ago
The eight greatest places for BBQ bliss.
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Finding eight great places for midnight munchies since bar food has made great leaps forward in recent years.
aired 26 days ago
Finding the eight greatest chicken dishes from California to Virginia.
aired 26 days ago
Finding America's eight greatest chicken dishes from California to Virginia.
aired 26 days ago
The search for super sandwiches at the eight greatest places around the country.
aired 30 days ago
Diners make mouthwatering memories at monumental sites, from sandwiches stacked with international flavors across the street from the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., to silky, sweet ice cream sundaes near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
aired 30 days ago
Restaurants serve up dishes that have stood the test of time and provide soul-satisfying experiences, from chocolate egg creams at a 1950s soda fountain in New York City to a San Francisco bakery re-imagining Old World confections.
aired 30 days ago
Diners pull over and fill up on gourmet delights at these road-food hot spots across the country, from classic burgers and frosty root beer floats right off of Route 61 in Louisiana to fish and chips on the Pacific Coast Highway.
aired 37 days ago
Pizzerias share their most delicious spins on America's favorite pie, from a family-run institution in Chicago specializing in stuffed pizzas to a one-of-a-kind pizza palace slinging outrageous dessert pizzas.
aired 37 days ago
Pumped-up portions from across the country that deliver on decadence, from a colossal 30-pound taco pizza in Atlantic City, N.J., to a towering mountain of meat in Seattle.
aired 37 days ago
Succulent, savory and spectacular seafood, including lobster at a Jersey Shore eatery where fishing boats tie up next to the tables, legendary seafood stew in San Diego and deep-fried stuffed crab in Baltimore.

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