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During a lifelong quest to experience the most unique, traditional fare in cities around the world, chef/TV personality Andrew Zimmern has traveled nearly everywhere while eating almost anything along the way. From iconic restaurants to off-the-beaten-path markets and shops, Zimmern reveals his best-of itinerary -- his personal picks for dishes and food experiences so delicious that they're unforgettable. Each half-hour episode finds the host visiting a different city, serving as the viewers' guide while he recounts personal food memories, shares the culinary history of each location, and shows what to eat and where to find it.

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Andrew goes deeper into Boston than the usual stops in the historic city; he takes in a game at Fenway Park, enjoys old-school sausages and cheese in the Italian North End, cools down with a lemon slush, and dines on innovative tapas.
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Andrew tours Washington, D.C., where he connects with a congresswoman over a power breakfast of Moroccan grits, savors the international flavors of Union Market and enjoys his go-to sweet potato pie from Henry's Soul Food Cafe.
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Andrew drops by Atlanta, a city with a dozen different food personalities; he digs into Southern staples, hunts down one of the best burgers in the United States and makes a beeline to a joint serving up delicious Korean fare.
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Andrew Zimmern visits Portland, Ore., for servings of the best food in the country; he stops by a couple of food cart pods for chicken and rice and pollo al carbon; he also makes stops at Broder Cafe, Blue Star Donuts, Bing Mi, and Le Pigeon.
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From late-night dining spots to a classic American pastime, Andrew Zimmern visits his favorite places in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn.
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Andrew visits Baltimore, a city tied to its nautical past that's now bustling with food courts and farm-to-table restaurants; Andrew dines on dishes straight out of a family's cookbook, freshly caught blue crab and a classic dinner.
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Andrew travels to Las Vegas, once a culinary wasteland that is now home to high-end restaurants and a new food movement; Andrew ventures off the Strip for Korean barbecue and hot pot, then digs in to a classic Hawaiian dish.
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Andrew visits Chicago and starts his food tour with classic foods, including a hot dog and deep-dish pizza; Andrew drops by other hot spots including one of the best barbecue joints in the city and a restaurant with three Michelin stars.
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Andrew travels to Seattle, a city with a spirit of invention when it comes to dining out; he visits the International District for a bite at Seattle's oldest sushi restaurant, then he ends the trip with the essential clams and chowder meal.
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Andrew visits Nashville, Tenn., to take a bite out of Southern staples in the city that music built; Andrew stops by a festival to experience the perfect chef, food and music crossover, then digs into one of the best Sunday suppers in town.
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Andrew Zimmern returns to New York City, his old stomping grounds; first, Andrew stops in Brooklyn for some classic pizza; then, he grabs a bite of the comfort food from his childhood before reliving memories of eating dim sum in Chinatown.
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Andrew Zimmern travels to Branson, Mo., for live shows and comfort food classics; he finds unique eats at Silver Dollar City amusement park and country ham at Branson Cafe before grabbing dinner and a show at Dixie Stampede.
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Andrew Zimmern visits his favorite spots in San Diego; he grabs a bite of fresh seafood in Little Italy and authentic Mexican food in Barrio Logan.
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Andrew heads to San Francisco, a wonderland for those who love food; he samples fresh produce at a farmers' market, shares a secret hot spot in the Tenderloin District and enjoys fresh crab and shrimp salad at Swan Oyster Depot.
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Andrew visits New Orleans to indulge in all the tastes the city has to offer; he starts at the country's oldest, continually-run family restaurant in the French Quarter before heading out of town for the best po' boy sandwich.
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Andrew heads to Austin, Texas, where he samples mouthwatering BBQ brisket, explores a fresh take on Mexican food and tries a poke bowl at a food trailer park.
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Andrew heads to Los Angeles to try new creations from the city's experimental young chefs, while he makes sure not to forget about classics such as the brioche breakfast sandwich at Eggslut and Middle Eastern fare at Kismet.
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Andrew Zimmern revisits his favorite haunts in Portland, Maine; he blows a single day's calories on poutine, enjoys pastries and memories at his father's favorite bakery and digs into juicy pork prepared over a wood-fired grill.

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