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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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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 5 days ago
These places dish up all the meat one can eat, from a bottomless buffet of skewered meats in New York City to mile-high meaty sandwiches in Colorado.
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Diners cozy up to some of the most feel-good foods around the country, including fully loaded tater tots, outrageous shakes and mouthwatering Australian meat pies.
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Diners get a fresh take on fast food at these unique fast-casual restaurants across the country, from a New Jersey sandwich shop specializing in gourmet hoagies to a Los Angeles hot dog joint serving up bacon-wrapped dogs and fully-loaded fries.
aired 8 days ago
Sharp cheddar mac with meaty chili; five-cheese mac with lobster and truffles; a BBQ mac with pulled pork.
aired 8 days ago
Beer-soaked pulled pork with mac n' cheese; fried chicken; sweet chicken sausage in a spicy cheese sauce.
aired 8 days ago
Cheesy charbroiled oysters dipped in butter; fresh beer-battered grouper; lobsters marinated in sweet garlic and white wine.
aired 12 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 12 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 12 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 15 days ago
Coke marinated carnitas burrito; hot and cheesy lobster burrito; hot-sauce drenched and deep-fried catfish burrito.
aired 15 days ago
Deep-fried baby back ribs in San Diego; duck fat fried french fries; crisp and tender Southern fried chicken.
aired 15 days ago
The pork-trifecta; "Hogzilla"; the cheesy beefy monster; "Big Fat Fatty"; rare tenderloin dream Steak and Blue.
aired 19 days ago
Places to eat for all kinds of foodies.
aired 19 days ago
Places to eat for all kinds of foodies.
aired 19 days ago
Restaurants prove that good food is even greater when it comes in a tasty package, featuring ice cream and cereal stuffed burritos in Los Angeles and a deep-dish pizza wrapped in a whole other pizza in Chicago.
aired 22 days ago
Flaming habanero wings in Seattle; an inferno burrito drenched in ghost peppers in San Francisco; spicy chicken.
aired 22 days ago
A beef, duck, pork dork; spicy beef patty between two mac and cheese buns; short rib burger topped with an egg and bacon.
aired 22 days ago
Tasty BBQ beef ribs; smoky chicken in a tangy white sauce in Alabama; melt-in-your-mouth smoked brisket.

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