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Chef Jordan Andino takes a multi-city road trip to find the best dishes available after-dark. In each episode, Jordan visits a brand-new city and three exceptional local restaurants that reign supreme in the late-night food scene. Late Nite Eats is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (28 episodes). The series first aired on September 28, 2017.

Where do I stream Late Nite Eats online? Late Nite Eats is available for streaming on Cooking Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Late Nite Eats on demand at Cooking Channel, Philo, Apple TV online.

Thursday 10:00 PM on Cooking Channel
2 Seasons, 28 Episodes
September 28, 2017
Food, Reality, Travel
Cast: Jordan Andino
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Late Nite Eats Full Episode Guide

  • Jordan Andino kicks off his night in northern New Jersey with coconut crab buns at Dullboy in Jersey City. For his next stop, he's headed just a few blocks away to Talde for Filipino-style short ribs. Jordan's last stop takes him to Hoboken's Antique Bar and Bakery for the biggest bread pudding he's ever seen and a bit of local history.

  • Jordan Andino is checking out the late night food scene in Toronto, and his first stop is Poor Romeo, which serves up Tex-Mex eats with rock 'n' roll style. Then he's off to Koi Koi Sake Bar for a Japanese salmon dish that's a great way to end any night. On his way home, Jordan can't resist a sweet slice of the islands at Laylow Brewery, where Young Animal makes dessert with Trinidadian flair.

  • Jordan Andino is checking out the food scene after dark in San Antonio, where his first stop is The Hoppy Monk for rabbit barbacoa tacos. Then he heads to Cullum's Attagirl, an authentic chicken shack dishing out Texas-style fried chicken with plenty of inventive twists. Finally, Jordan finds a deliciously sweet dessert at Toro Kitchen and Bar.

  • Jordan Andino starts his night in Philadelphia at the Taproom on 19th, learning the secrets behind the city's most popular wings. For dinner, he's off to Lloyd Whiskey Bar in Fishtown, where he tries meatloaf.

  • Jordan Andino is in Milwaukee to sample the city's cheesiest offerings.

  • ordan finds Western-style eats, like elk lettuce wraps, in Denver.

  • Jordan finds authentic tacos, Korean small plates and more in Calgary.

  • Chef Jordan Andino's in the Sunshine State to check out the late night food scene in Orlando. He stops at Dixie Dharma, which offers up Southern food with a meat-free twist, and fills up on their BBQ Pulled Jackfruit sandwich.

  • Jordan Andino travels to Canada's east coast to check out the nightlife in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He starts at The Watch That Ends the Night for one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches he's ever had. Next, he's off to El Chino Snack Bar.

  • Jordan Andinio is in Memphis exploring its late-night food scene.

  • Jordan Andino tries Korean Tacos in Beantown. Later, he tries Lord Hobo's Chicago-style corn dogs.

  • Jordan Andino is in Charlotte at Haberdish and learns the secret behind their fried chicken. His next stop is at Duckworth, a former speakeasy.

  • Jordan Andino travels to Washington, DC, for a truly capital late-night experience. He starts his night with a cheesy pimento burger at EatBar, samples a Hong Kong sweet treat at Tiger Fork and ends at The Passenger for their famous Porchetta Sandwich.

  • Jordan Andino heads to Calgary in Alberta, Canada, and grabs authentic tacos at Anejo Restaurant, legendary wings at Home and Away and Korean small plates plus a sweet and salty dessert at Anju.

  • Chef Jordan Andino heads out west to check out the late night food scene in Denver. His first stop is there... to try some Colorado-inspired appetizers, including elk lettuce wraps and salmon tostadas.

  • Jordan Andino is exploring the culinary delights of Toronto, Canada's most diverse city. He kicks off his tour at French-style bistro Chantecler, where Chef Colin Rayner blows Jordan's mind with a sophisticated take on fried chicken and an elegant yet simple take on a cheeseburger with pickles, their Royale with Cheese. For his second stop, Jordan looks for something sweet and finds Petit Potato's signature dish, Golden Toast. Syrup-drenched toast, green tea ice cream, matcha and red bean flavors make this dessert an outright hit. He also tries owner Fiona Cheung's take on a waffle with ice cream, only hers is flavored with purple yam. Jordan wraps up his tour at Nightowl Toronto, a retro restaurant dishing up classic comfort foods like mac and cheese with crunchy bacon, fish tacos and a boozy root beer float for dessert.

  • Chef Jordan Andino checks out the Bay Area's biggest city, Oakland, California, and makes his first stop at Seawolf Public House for classic comfort foods with international flavors, like the Korean Fried Chicken Sandwich. He grabs an ancient Taiwanese chicken dish and shareable Black Pepper Shrimp at Dragon Gate Bar and Grille. For his final stop, Jordan visits Blind Tiger, where he tries soft-shell crab with kimchi and a side of Thai-style curry fries.

  • Chef Jordan Andino heads to California's breadbasket, Sacramento. His first stop is Hook and Ladder Manufacturing Company, a converted warehouse that serves up spectacular Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, tapas-style. Chef Matt Masera shows Jordan the secret to his Salumi Pizza -- fresh dough and locally made cured pork -- and Jordan sinks his teeth into an old Italian favorite, lemon arancini. For his second stop, Jordan hits up Sauced BBQ and Spirits for the Dougie, an oversized burger piled high with BBQ brisket, onion rings and one of their signature sauces. He also grabs a bumpkin, an egg roll stuffed full of brisket, cheese and Southwest flavor. Jordan's last stop is Chando's Cantina, where the Mexican street foods don't disappoint. He tries Chando's signature dish, Asada Pambazo, a mole-dipped meat sandwich bursting with flavor, and discovers a trio of Mexican dipping sauces that make the restaurant's chicken wings take flight.

  • Chef Jordan Andino is in Tucson, Arizona, where cultures collide and the restaurants reflect Southern, West Coast and Mexican influences. His first stop is Pasco Kitchen and Lounge, where he tries street tacos with slow-roasted pork and their late-night bestseller, the Pasco Nachos loaded with cheesy platinum sauce and even more juicy pork. Next up, he takes an unexpected trip to the bayou at The Parish Gastropub, where he makes traditional Cajun Gumbo and gets an education in Cajun backcountry cuisine with his first taste of frog legs. The journey really heats up for Jordan's last stop at Dante's Fire, a restaurant fashioned after the seven deadly sins. He tries the Papardelle Diablo, a dish full of fiery chorizo, housemade pasta and luscious lump crab, and caps off the evening with a sinful sweet -- s'mores with housemade ice cream, bourbon caramel and a flaming meringue.

  • Chef Jordan Andino continues his tour of the South in Charleston. He starts off at one of the city's finest taprooms, Craftsmen Kitchen and Tap House, where each menu item is expertly crafted to pair with one of their many beers. Jordan tucks into crowd-pleasing, Mexican-style street fare with a zesty scallop ceviche and roasted street corn. He also tries the Crunchy Dame, an old French favorite - the croque madame - that reaches new levels of Southern decadence with the addition of pork belly and cherry jam. Next, he heads to the city's most glamorous diner, The Rarebit, where the chef is cooking the way his grandma taught him. Jordan learns the secrets behind the mouthwatering shrimp and grits and tries a real Southern staple, fried chicken and waffles. Lastly, it wouldn't be a trip to the South without some award-winning barbecue, so Jordan ends his journey at Home Team BBQ. They knock pulled pork nachos out of the park, and Jordan finishes off the night with one of his favorites, smoked wings with Alabama white sauce.

  • Chef Jordan Andino, visits a brand new city and three exceptional restaurants that reign supreme in the late night food scene! Each one is cooking up something truly spectacular and revolutionizing what it means to eat out long after dark. Jordan will meet these passionate chefs in their kitchens as they cook up their late night specialties, mingle with energetic diners and ultimately taste the most popular and delicious dishes that after hours eating has to offer.

  • Chef Jordan Andino is in Atlanta, where cosmopolitan glamour and Southern traditions collide. He kicks off his adventure at 5Church, a midtown haven dishing out signature Southern comfort. Jordan bites into his first fried green tomato, stuffed full of gooey pimento cheese, and follows it with a sophisticated lamb burger that oozes Gorgonzola cheese. Next, it's off to sample a new flavor combo, Cajun Asian, at Bon Ton. Chef Hieu Pham's love for all things New Orleans collides with his Vietnamese heritage, and Jordan tries spicy cold noodles with charbroiled oysters, followed up with a bacon-laden po' boy that reminds him of a Vietnamese banh mi. Lastly, Jordan checks out Atlanta's ode to soul food, Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours, where the menu is inspired by Chef Deborah VanTrece's childhood in the South, her world travels and classic French techniques. Jordan bites into sweet and spicy Candy Coated Wings, and after a splash of moonshine, he digs into the surprise star of Chef Deborah's late-night menu, the vegetable pave.

  • Jordan samples a variety of culinary delights in the Gateway to the West.

  • Jordan Andino is in Providence, Rhode Island, a small town bursting with late night eating opportunities. He starts off in College Hill at Durk's BBQ, the city's only Texas BBQ joint, where he bites into succulent brisket nachos and gets a sweet surprise from Durk's tangy lemon chess pie. Then he heads over to Federal Hill to try a collision of flavors from all over the world at North. Jordan gets a taste of the country with scrumptious, bite-sized ham biscuits and tries Chef James Mark's Asian-inspired Dan Dan noodles, a crave-worthy late night favorite. Finally, he heads to Ogie's Trailer Park, where classic comfort foods are served to loyal customers in a unique environment. Jordan dives into a fried chicken sandwich encrusted with ranch tortilla chips and wolfs down the crowd-pleasing Mac and Cheese Croquettes that Ogie's sells by the bushel. No night is complete without a trip to their outdoor tiki bar, and Jordan rounds out his Providence experience with Ogie's take on a classic Mai Tai.

  • Jordan Andino hits the ground running in Portland, Maine, a tiny New England town with a lot to offer late at night. He starts off at Nosh, a late night hangout known for supersized sandwiches and over-the-top snack food. First up is a juicy burger made with four kinds of meat served on a mac and cheese bun. He tops that off with something from the "lighter side" -- gooey, golden Polenta Cheese Fries. Then, it's off to Union Wharf to test out the late night menu at Liquid Riot, Portland's only triple-threat restaurant, brewery and distillery. Jordan sinks his teeth into their gourmet lobster roll and then samples their adult ice cream sandwich infused with house-made Fernet liqueur. He wraps up his trip at Rhum Food and Grog, a basement tiki bar dishing up delicious Polynesian skewers, chicken wings with a tropical twist and flaming cocktails to boot.

  • Jordan Andino explores the Montreal food scene and falls in love with braised calamari caponata, filet mignon poutine and passionfruit pulled pork arepa.

  • Jordan Andino hits the streets to uncover unexpected late night delights in Pittsburgh. First, Jordan heads to the Yard in Shadyside where they're grilling up more than 29 different kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches. Then, Jordan heads downtown to Caribbean-themed Pirata for flavorful Jamaican beef patties, skirt steak tacos and adventurous pirate life. Lastly, it's a trip to Umami in Lawrenceville for some mouth-watering Japanese-style fried chicken and deep-fried mochi ice cream.