Willie Mae's Scotch House in New Orleans, LA is a beloved Creole soul food restaurant that has been featured on popular TV shows such as Bizarre Foods America, Food Paradise, Unique Eats, and Best Thing I Ever Ate.
Andrew visits the Treme neighborhood where residents are still rebuilding after the damage left by hurricane Katrina. This special place is now back up and running serving their famous fried chicken.More restaurants on Bizarre Foods America Near New Orleans , LA
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John Besh - Gumbo Z'herbes
Southern Cajun & Creole
Spicy Gumbo and Spicy Gumbo Omelette.
Soul Food Cafe Traditional
gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird
Roast Beef Po'Boy Feud. Winner.
legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors
#2 - Extra Spicy Creole Gumbo
Traditional American Cajun & Creole
real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.
Emeril Lagasse - Pho Ga
Locals love their the Hot Mess featuring housemade pimento cheese, baked ham and creole mayonnaise.
angus beef sliders with serrano pepper, bacon and 3-cheese sauce
Local bar open 24/7 serving up classic creole and cajun food
Mid-City, New Orleans, Louisiana
Jon has a lot of work to do when he helps an owner and his frat brother friends who recently purchased a hangout notorious fo...
Simon Majumdar - Garlic Soup
Eclectic & International Greek
Corner restaurant and bar where the local seafood sandwich is so large they call it The Barge.
Italian Californian American
Built between 1722 and 1732 by Nicolas Touze, and located at the corner of Bourbon Street and St. Philip Street, it is repute...
Jon heads to New Orleans to give a recently opened a major overhaul when he notices no identity, lackluster management and qu...
Traditional American Hamburgers Pizza
New Orleans institution since the 1920's
French Cajun & Creole
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
Italian Cheesesteak Fast Food
Located in the Strip District, Primanti Brothers is a legendary fast-food joint known for its sandwiches, always topped with ...
Camille visits Al's Italian beef -- a Chicago staple for 70 years -- to learn about the restaurant, its history and to experi...
Italian Steakhouse Fast Food
Cheesesteak Feud - Winner!
Steakhouse Soups Cheesesteak
The Varsity in Atlanta, GA is an iconic fast-food restaurant that has been featured on popular TV shows like Food Paradise. ...
Traditional American Hamburgers Hot Dogs
Sunny Anderson - Bread Pudding
Traditional American Cajun & Creole
Ribs Food Feud.
This episode's challenge was to finish 15 dozen oysters at Acme Oyster House and join the "15 Dozen Club". Adam succeeded in ...
Seafood Cajun & Creole
Adam Gertler - Plague Bringer Burger
Traditional American Hamburgers
Cheesesteak feud - loser.
Steakhouse Soups Traditional American
Adam Richman heads to Oklahoma Joe's for succulent pulled pork and saucy spare ribs. This award-winning barbecue does the cit...
Sandwiches Cafe Catering
Anne Thornton - The Godfather
Traditional American Vegetarian Sandwiches
Great place to end a bar crawl
Vegetarian Bakery Ice Cream
Wolfgang Puck - French Dipped Sandwiches
Soups French Traditional American
Visit Arnolds for their iconic southern meat and three, pork chops smothered in gravy, collard greens, squash casserole and/o...
Californian Traditional American Southern