Ever wonder what the biggest food stars and chefs eat in their free time – when they're paying? Find out on The Best Thing I Ever Ate! It's the ultimate guide to the country's most amazing meals, eats, and treats as told by the pros who spend their lives obsessing over food. From a barbecue sandwich worth driving over 1500 miles to canolli so good that it completely healed a bad breakup. Don't miss this series featuring some of your favorite Food Network stars, offering a taste of the things you must try before you die.
Indulging in Chicago foods with Gino's deep dish pizza, the pork rinds at Publican, and the classic Chicago Dog at Weiner Circle; enjoying Chicago's white chocolate goodies.
Exploring Atlanta's food, from barbecued rib tips and top-secret burgers to angry mussels; a guide to some of Atlanta's most popular places; Atlanta native Alton Brown takes viewers to some of his favorite spots and divulges locals-only secrets.
Miami cuisine, from stone crabs at Joe's, to the lamb shank at Sardinia; Fratelli La Bufala turns out pillowy calzones; Ola offers a pear granita; a trifecta of treats at Michaels Genuine and the chocolate peanut butter s'more from Prime 112.
Touring the Mid-Atlantic and sampling crab cakes in Baltimore; trying paella in Washington, D.C.; visiting Chap's Pit Beef; tasting a chocolate, marshmallow, peanut creation called the CMP at Woodberry Kitchen; enjoying Baltimore's own bomb pie.
Experiencing the famous French dip at Phillipe's; the chicken and waffles at a local favorite called Roscoe's; discovering some of the best tacos in a truck; experiencing a crave-worthy chili dog that comes straight from a train.
From sweet deals on steak dinners at The Butchershop, to the guilty pleasure of indulgent surf and turf at Iris, Memphis will have customers singing with joy; finding delicious barbecue at Rendezvous in the form of a pulled pork sandwich.
The brisket at North Main BBQ bowls customers over with its world-famous brisket; visiting Babe's to satisfy crunchy cravings with their fried chicken; sampling the Pecan Ball at Cafe Pacific and the classic fruitcake at Collins Bakery.
From classics like the Boston Cream Pie to sticky buns that'll sway one's loyalties, viewers are taken on a tour of the best that New England has to offer; trying the Szechuan sliced fish in Chinatown; tasting the ultimate roast chicken in Cambridge.
Enjoying delicious food in Philadelphia; featuring pasta at Vetri; mashed potatoes at Parc; crepes at Creperie Beau Monde; Mexican tiramisu at Lolita; Philly cheesesteak at Tony Luke's; the Junkyard Special at Sarcone's Deli.
Crab cakes at Dahlia; pizza at Serious Pie; Raclette at Le Pichet; from the donuts at Lola and the rhubarb sorbet in Kirkland's Cafe Juanita to Fran's best chocolate bars, Seattle's got the West Coast covered when it comes to sweets.
Heading to New Orleans for some seriously delicious, world-renownd food; Po' Boys at Johnny's; Drago's amazing oysters; Muffaletta at Domilises; gumbo at Dooky Chase's; pastries at Cafe Beignet.
Velselka's borscht in the East Village; smoked herring on the Upper West Side; hand pulled noodles in Chinatown; Cuban grilled corn at Cafe Habana in SoHo; Motorino's special round slice of pizza.
San Diego may be the land of sun, surf and fun, but it's also home to some of the best dining spots around. From a bacon burger at Hodad's that left us speechless, to the chilaquiles at Mexican hotspot Talavera, we're hitting some of the best spots this side of the boarder. From the peanut butter spread at Spread, to the extra-delicious chocolate cake at Extraordinary Desserts, dining in San Diego will make you feel like it's summer all year long.
In Las Vegas better bet it all on find some amazing food. From the double ribeye at SW Steakhouse, to the langoustine at L'Atelier Joel Robechon, Vegas doubles down on dining out. And what's better for a late-night snack than a bowl of drunken noodles from Wazuzu. Or go for broke with the Gambler's Special surf and turf for a song at Mr. Lucky's 24/7. Who said everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas? It's just too good to keep secret.
Some people leave their hearts in San Francisco, but we left our appetite. The oysters at Hog Island are so good we can't stop dreaming about them. San Francisco proves that barbeque is not strictly southern, with the pork bun at Yank Sing. The soufflé at Café Jacqueline to the strudel at Schmidt's and the pain au chocolat at Tartine, San Francisco has some of the best sweets we ever ate.