Food Paradise is a television series on the Travel Channel that features the best places to find various cuisines at food locations across America. Each episode focuses on a certain type of restaurant, such as "Diners", "Bars", "Drive-Thru's" or "Breakfast" places that people go to find a certain food.
Diners ditch their home digs to catch the culinary excitement of day-trip dining, from a pound of perfect barbecue on a bun in Fort Worth, Texas, to a sofrito-slathered, super-sized burrito in Arlington, Va
New dining experiences and classic comforts are brought together, from spicy fried chicken paired with the most decadent macaroni and cheese at Atlanta's Krog Street Market to an intensely delicious pierogi melt at Cleveland's West Side Market.
From fried bologna made fancy to bright lobster on pitch-black bread, these mild-mannered hometown standards go beyond the same-old-same-old and earning their bragging rights as sandwich heroes.
From spicy Chilean pork ribs in the Pacific Northwest to a Puerto Rican pork-tacular down in Georgia, diners are finding south-of-the-border flavor without ever leaving the States.
From a half-pound kielbasa smothered in Swiss cheese to an all-beef dog stuffed with smoked brisket, these restaurants are all about delicious dogs and sizzling sausages.
From authentic tacos and first-class pizza to succulent seafood paella and beer can chicken, these dishes all come with a side of great weather, breathtaking scenery and the laid-back vibes of the Golden State.
This is "nacho" average plate of chips and salsa. From filet mignon and Parmesan fondue to Thai chicken and Hawaiian pork, these restaurants are serving up mouthwatering mounds of meat and cheese.
From an entire traditional Thanksgiving dinner stuffed into a pie to the Texas-sized Pumpecapple, these friendly shops across America are finding many ways to fill a pie crust.
From a triple-wide Cajun country pork chop to a sky-high stack of piggy perfection, there's almost too much pork to fit on a fork at these dining destinations.
From a spiked milkshake topped with a campfire's worth of s'mores to a sushi-stacked burger on fried rice buns, Sin City's most over-the-top eats are explored.
From classic Chicago dogs at Wrigley Field and the South Side's most delicious deep dish to an old school Jewish deli and gourmet burgers underground, the Windy City's best eats are highlighted.
From a 14-pound mountain of nachos and a barbecue a sandwich as mighty as the Mississippi to a two-pork punch of a breakfast burrito, these citywide franchises have gone off the chain.
From ice cream- and cereal-stuffed burritos in LA to a deep-dish pizza wrapped in a whole other pizza in Chicago, these restaurants prove that good food is even greater when it comes in a tasty package.
Chefs are kicking up the creativity with their big and bold flavors at these hot spots across the Lone Star State, from an Austin beer garden serving up the best of the wurst to sizzling fajitas topped with garlic butter at a Houston Tex-Mex joint.
From double-decibel fried beef ribs in Atlanta to a loud and proud peanut butter burger in Vegas, these joints are making delicious noise with some of the crunchiest eats across the country.
Forget the free pretzels and peanuts, these joints have upped the Happy Hour ante with outrageous, tummy-tantalizing appetizers, from a Bloody Mary topped with spaghetti and meatballs to lamb chop fondue and chicken wing confit.