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A great chef from Atlanta, Georgia G. Garvin travels from state-to-state visiting some of the finest restaurants in each City. He is the host of this cooking show that is filled with mouth-watering excitement as he gives us the opportunity to visit some of the most elegant restaurants all across the United States. Having Southern hospitality roots, chef Garvin uses his road trips as an opportunity to find restaurants that offer good Southern style food that is prepared a step above what we know as traditional Southern meals.

As he visits the restaurants. He has the opportunity to enjoy the meals of the restaurants that he features on his show. He has the pleasure of interviewing other chefs and giving viewers insight as to what restaurants are great in each state. The restaurants that he visits are not your average restaurants. These are some of his favorite picks. The restaurants are usually the ones that go the extra mile to make sure their menu is unique.

Roadtrip With G. Garvin is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (38 episodes). The series first aired on May 29, 2012.

Where do I stream Roadtrip With G. Garvin online? Roadtrip With G. Garvin is available for streaming on Cooking Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Roadtrip With G. Garvin on demand at Amazon, Food Network, FuboTV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on Cooking Channel
8 Seasons, 38 Episodes
May 29, 2012
Kids & Family, Travel
Cast: G. Garvin
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Roadtrip With G. Garvin Full Episode Guide

  • Robert Irvin is frustrated with the owners of Grace's Place in Palm Coast.

  • Daniel owns a successful sawmill. So, he naively thought he could run Big Jim's Bama Q and cash in on the restaurant's reputation. So, Robert Irvine must find a way to make the restaurant a distinct barbecue destination.

  • Robert Irvine tackles his first-ever theme restaurant, when he comes to the aid of Cave Inn BBQ, a new caveman/dinosaur themed restaurant. Robert will need to completely overhaul the "decor" of inflatable dinosaurs and foam rocks

  • On this road trip, G. sets out to find southern specialties in Rhode Island. He discovers "breakfast in jar," a brisket sandwich that requires a knife and "triple murder burger."

  • G. Gavin heads to Boston where he finds southern comfort at Estelle's. He gets in the kitchen and cooks up chicken fried steak topped with sausage gravy.

  • G. Garvin's trip to Indianapolis starts off at Wildflour, a bakery dishing up bread pudding. Then it's a visit to Jay's Table for a twist on Lowcountry classics and Valley restaurant using the freshest local ingredients.

  • G. Garvin is off to Chicago to get a little taste of comfort food at Grandma J's Kitchen.

  • G. Garvin heads to the island of Hawaii to join Chef Sam Choy on a tour of some of the most authentic southern-inspired spots on the island.

  • G. Garvin commences his Midwest tour in South Bend, Indiana.

  • G. samples some of the best food the island of Oahu has to offer.

  • G. Garvin samples some of the best food Ft. Lauderdale has to offer.

  • G. Garvin is sampling some of the best southern-inspired food the Empire State has to offer.

  • G. Garvin wants to sample a taste of the south in Ann Arbor, MI. The first stop is Grange Kitchen & Bar, a local eatery that is serving up southern fried specialties like fried pig head and deep fried apple pie.

  • G. Garvin samples some of the best food Miami, Fla., has to offer.

  • G. Garvin is determined to find big flavors in the Big Apple.

  • In New England, G. Garvin seeks authentic Southern flavors in Connecticut. He successfully finds Southern staples so authentic, you'd think you were in the deep south.