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Food Paradise takes you on a culinary trip across America. From the best places to find sandwiches to the most unique spot to grab some barbeque, Food Paradise will show you where to get the best food you can eat. Each episode will take you on a different journey. You will be taken to the best of the best in each food category. If you are looking for the best place to find a great culinary treat in your travel destination, chances are that Food Paradise has already reviewed the place for you.

One episode was dedicated completely to the manliest food places in America. It highlighted where to get some of the manliest steaks, burgers and wings.

The show interviews patrons and owners of the establishments they visit to find out the history of the place, what is most recommended from the menu, and what food they prefer above all others. You will learn about the best restaurants, dive bars, food trucks, and diners America has to offer. No matter where you go from the Gulf Coast to the shores of Maine, to the west coast, Food Paradise can help you find the most unique cuisine to make your trip memorable.

Food Paradise is a series that is currently running and has 16 seasons (227 episodes). The series first aired on December 17, 2007.

Where do I stream Food Paradise online? Food Paradise is available for streaming on Travel Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Food Paradise on demand at Cooking Channel, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Travel Channel
16 Seasons, 227 Episodes
December 17, 2007
Cast: Jesse Snider, Mason Pettit
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Food Paradise Full Episode Guide

  • From fully-loaded Mexican tortas to the cheesiest Greek lasagna, Food Paradise crosses the U.S. to find the best global grub. Come experience a vast array of global flavors without stamping your passport!

  • Whether they're long links, plump patties or spicy little slices, everyone loves sausage and we're sampling the best the US has to offer! We're starting by checking out a chorizo burger in Jacksonville, Florida, and getting down on a sausage sampler at a pork haven in Portland, Maine. Next, we get a little New Orleans flavor with a Los Angeles restaurants' Cajun sausage po' boy before trying a wood-fired Venison Hot Dog in Austin, Texas. There's comfort food classics in Tacoma, Washington, a surf-and-turf sausage entree in Nashville and some meaty pizzas in Dallas. Finally, we're pairing sausage with beer at a unique eatery in Baltimore.

  • We're going to the extreme enjoying the biggest foods and flavors.

  • We're all about those indulgent dishes you shouldn't have too often! Starting in Portland, Oregon, we check out a food cart serving up a burger that's stacked with mozzarella sticks and fried fish. There's a savory-and-sweet shop in Louisville, Kentucky, serving a gravy-smothered doughnut sandwich and a 24-layer chocolate cake in New York City. Later, there's a guilty pleasure seafood pot pie in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a monumentally huge pile of meat-and-cheese-covered curly fries in Riverside, California, and a lobster-stuffed burger topped with a lobster claw in Minneapolis. Finally, we're checking out Southern-fried chicken sandwiches in Los Angeles and mac-and-cheese pancakes in Queens, New York.

  • From favorite friendly diners to special occasion restaurants, Food Paradise visits some of the coolest neighborhood hangouts that prove this local food is all good in the 'hood.' In Denver, Colorado, FNG flaunts their rock-and-roll-style cuisine with an elevated take on Gramma's meatloaf, while Little Nonna's in Philadelphia brings the great Italian family tradition of Sunday gravy to the masses. Pecan Lodge in Dallas joins massive stacks of Black Angus brisket and pulled pork on a fluffy bun for a BBQ sandwich as big as Texas itself. Finally, New Orleans Italian-Cajun fusion restaurant Liuzza's serves up a baguette-based muffuletta known as the Frenchuletta.

  • Everything tastes better when it's eaten outside, and Food Paradise is here to fulfill your al fresco appetite. At Saltwater Cowboys in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, watch the shrimp boats come in while chowing down on BBQ pork trashcan nachos. Denver's Los Chingones serves up sky-high chimichangas with rooftop views of the Mile High City. Pub food goes Cali cool with al pastor fries on the lawn of Golden Road Brewing, and Austin's Easy Tiger Bake Shop and Beer Garden is serving up a venison cheddar hotlink by the cool creek.

  • We're going eight rounds with the craziest mashups in America! Starting with a heavyweight beast known as the Pizzarito in New York and a delicious German restaurant placed right in the middle of Los Angeles' Koreatown. They're combining nachos with macaroni and cheese in Wisconsin, Mexican and Asian in Arizona and low-country boils with pizza in Chicago! Next, a restaurant dedicated to fries in Los Angeles is doing amazing things with s'mores and there's a brunch burger that has it all in Chicago. Finally, a creative spot in Philadelphia is mashing up dumplings with the classic Philly Cheesesteak.

  • We're taking our tongues on a tour of Italy without leaving the States starting with a pizza in New York that's as large as the city's Italian population. There's a colossal prosciutto calzone in Philly, perfect pasta in Michigan and an Italian hot dog in Vegas you'll have to see to believe. Next, there's a can't-miss steak-and-fondue Stromboli in New York and New-Jersey-style Italian deli sandwiches in San Francisco. Finally, we enjoy Italian comfort food in Miami and experience pure Parmesan decadence in Chicago.

  • It's Sunday Funday every day in Food Paradise so we're checking out the most extreme brunch spots in the United States! First, there's a doughnut burger that's bringing both sweet and savory to California and a restaurant in Arizona that offers a Bloody Mary with more options than a new car. We're indulging our sweet tooth with cookie pancakes in New Jersey, playing jazz with chicken and biscuits in Virginia and pairing chicken with funnel cakes in Washington, DC. Next, we're getting steak and eggs in pizza form in Detroit before smothering biscuits with mac and cheese in Orlando. Finally, we're enjoying brunch by the bay with Fried Oysters Benedict on Hilton Head Island.

  • Food Paradise prepares for meaty madness at some protein powerhouses!

  • Exploring the diverse flavors of Miami, including a papita-topped Cuban street food favorite, a pepper-packed burger that brings the heat, bold burritos, decadent mac 'n' cheese and more!

  • There are a lot of barbecue purists out there, but Food Paradise is going off the beaten path to find folks who are willing to go beyond the classics with everything from a trio of Southern, Korean and Mexican tacos to a barbecue sandwich harnessed by grilled cheese buns.

  • Places to eat for all kinds of foodies.

  • You have to be in the know to order secret menu must-haves like super-stacked sandwiches and burgers, mac and cheese biscuits, chicken and doughnut mashups and even a pizza piled high with 30 tacos.

  • From over-the-top surf-and-turf sandwiches to fresh takes on Southern standbys, we're tasting seafood dishes that are making waves from the bay to the bayou! Isle of Palms, South Carolina, is proving there's no country like the low country when it comes to fresh seafood. We grab a taste of the bayou in Baton Rouge and try succulent seafood sandwiches on Long Island. We'll then get a taste of "Pacific Northwest Chowder" gravy in Seattle and get a little cheesy in the Boston suburb of Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. We'll mix seafood with southwestern style in Destin, Florida, and get a true Tex-Mex taste of the Gulf Coast in Houston. Finally, we'll stop by a Wakefield, Rhode Island, oyster bar that boasts an out-of-this-world selection straight from their on-site farm.

  • Whether it's a New Jersey drive-in slinging sky-high burgers, a New Orleans doughnut shop turning diner dinner classics into quick-bite handhelds or a Southern California spot serving decadent seafood fries, these are our top picks for grabbing some grub on the go.

  • From humongous German-style pork shanks in Philadelphia and pork-powered pizzas in Boston to bourbon-glazed pork chops in St. Rose, Louisiana, and the skyscraper-sized Hogzilla in Ridgefield, Connecticut, these restaurants across America are going hog wild with pork.

  • Grab a seat at the bar and enjoy a pint at these tasty taverns! A French-trained chef is slinging quality Mexican fare in NOLA and a tavern in Chicago is serving up big beer and bold burgers. Next, the beer flows freely in Tacoma, Washington's, oldest microbrewery and a spot in Sherman Oaks, California, pairs brunch indulgences with their signature cocktails. Then, burgers get smothered and shakes get spiked in a New York tavern and nonstop partying doesn't stop a Daytona Beach, Florida, tavern from serving fun, creative food. Finally, a Boston tavern brings international flavors to its offerings and a Boulder, Colorado, pizza joint reveals their secret for what makes a great tavern truly great!

  • Food halls are the new one-stop shop for a range of gourmet eats on the go. There's gravy-smothered fried chicken biscuits and Vietnamese-Cajun cuisine in New Orleans. Next, there's both New-York-style pizza and ice cream tacos in Portland. There's about a million ways to enjoy meat and cheese in Philly's Reading Terminal and we go a mile high for food-hall fabulousness in Denver.

  • From big, bold Hawaiian burgers at the Bite of Seattle and slammin' sausages in St. Louis to the biggest crawfish boil in Louisiana, there's almost too much to eat at these food festivals across the nation.

  • Eight great pizzerias that are known for more than just pizza with pepperoni are highlighted.

  • From seriously saucy barbecue sandwiches to nachos on a pizza and the perfect burger for Dirty Dancing, these restaurants serve up some of the best dishes in America's heartland.

  • Open your menu and pledge allegiance to this roundup of American eats.

  • These are the most stacked, loaded, saucy and succulent burgers around.

  • A tour of the most outrageous Happy Hour menus across the country.

  • From massive meatloaf and gourmet garlic fries to candied bacon and chocolate waffle lave cake, diners are soothing their souls at these cranked-up comfort food joints across America.

  • 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.

  • 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.