The Florida Avenue Grill in Washington, DC is a local landmark that has been serving up classic Southern cuisine since 1944. It has been featured on TV shows like Bizarre Foods America, showing off its tasty and unique dishes.
Andrew meets up with culinary historian Michael Twitty. Andrew tries chitterlings, stewed pork intestine, and scrapple, pig organs and scraps mixed with cornmeal, pressed and chilled into a loaf, and then sliced and fried.More restaurants on Bizarre Foods America Near Washington , DC
Scott Conant Lamb Shoulder
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spicy Greek gyros drenched in a scorching Harissa sauce
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Camille heads to Jumbo Slice to check in with how the big brother in this battle is creating his Jumbo Slices.
Over 1800 whiskeys to choose from. Largest whiskey collection in North America
pojangmacha-style Korean cuisine, where he experiences their take on Korean fried chicken, twice-fried chicken (first marina...
Camille visits Pizza Mart where the younger brother in the DC Food War has some special recipes for his Jumbo Slices
Hidden speakeasy within Jack Rose, specializing in prohibition classics.
Dive bar since 1935
Eddie Jackson Alfie's Bun
Half pork half beef sausage.
Everyday they use fresh ingredients, the New Luther is their famous sandwich on Sundays only. Fried chicken between a donut ...
Michael Psilakis - Knoblewurst
Traditional American Eclectic & International Hot Dogs
At CafÃ© du Monde, youâ€™ll find near-perfect New Orleans doughnuts topped with powdered sugar, called beignets. But donâ€™t ...
the oldest family name in deep-dish pizza. Layer after layer of cheese, meat, veggies and sauce, bake on a delicate, buttery ...
Guy Fieri - Chaps Submarine
He feasts his eyes on a mammoth deep-dish pizza overflowing with meat and, of course, tons of bacon.
Marc Summers - Cheesesteak
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Ribs Food Feud.
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Cheesesteak feud - loser.
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Adam Gertler - Plague Bringer Burger
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Great place to end a bar crawl
Vegetarian Bakery Ice Cream
Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict
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