Chicken and waffles, an unlikely sounding combination, but apparently they’ve been serving up this Southern curiosity since 1975. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
One of the things I like about Thai food is it’s a lot of different textures, colors, sweet and sour, pleasure and pain. I feel like I’ve been to Thailand and back. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
It’s a cemetery and final resting place for some of LA’s most famous residents. Spend your Saturday evening watching a movie under the stars surrounded by the stars. – Samantha Brown Read more.
So Amazing. Middle Eastern fare: the chicken shawarma platter is just perfect. Get extra garlic sauce and extra meat. Flavorful, moist roasted chicken straight from the rotisserie. – Adam Richman Read more.
Scoops may look like a typical ice cream shop, but some of its flavors are pretty off the wall. Try the banana-peanut-butter-bacon ice cream. – Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods Read more.
This Korean restaurant specializes in soondae, a blood sausage. I recommend you try the pork liver, tongue, lung, trotter and soondae with rice. – Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods Read more.
Get things heated up and try the Spicy Ramen. Orochon Ramen has the most authentic Japanese fare in LA. Read more.
You’ve got to sample some of the best Mexican food in the country, including the guacamole and burritos. – Adam Richman, Man v. Food Read more.
Haight Ashbury is the birthplace of the hippie movement, and it's continued to be a hipster's haunt for decades since. – Adam Richman, Man v. Food Read more.
The Fried Chicken Benedict and stuffed egg burger are not to be missed at Hash House A Go Go. Read more.
If you’re into spicy seafood then Hot N Juicy Crawfish is the ticket. Read more.
I’ve had a lot of authentic tamales. If I had this in Mexico on the street, I’d say, “Wow. That’s one hell of a tamale.” – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
The city’s coolest bar -- literally. Wear gloves to sip cocktails in glasses made entirely of ice. After 30 minutes in frigid temps, step back out into the desert heat to warm up. Read more.
The most sinful dessert is called Four by Four by Two. The dish is 4 rows by 4 rows of seriously surprising ice cream like foie gras, rum and coke, and celery lime just to name a few. Read more.
If you are running low on cash and you want to leave Vegas a winner, do the Sky Jump. Ask for the “Bert Special” (it’s a Sky Jump with a hug up top and a shot at the bottom). – Bert the Conqueror Read more.
This is the antithesis of the Strip experience, it's a true local's hangout. Come here for the cheap drinks, loud music and their infamous bacon martini. – Samantha Brown Read more.
Few people know that I love speed and I love thrills. At the Richard Petty's Driving Experience riding shotgun in a car that’s going 160 miles per hour fits that bill. – Samantha Brown Read more.
With so much to see, it's easy to forget that this massive museum was once a fully functioning aircraft carrier. Read more.
The ambience? You couldn’t buy this for a million dollars or 10 million dollars. Delicious. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
The elegant neighborhood of Gramercy Park is home to a historic residence, the birthplace of one of America's most colorful presidents, Theodore Roosevelt. Read more.
These femme fatales aren’t just eye candy, they’re filling stomachs with some of the best burgers. Don't miss their signature burger the All American Girl – Camille Ford, Food Wars Read more.
The Pussy Cat Dolls club is the perfect place to lose all your inhibitions. Read more.
The most sinful hot spot in Las Vegas is the Playboy Club. Play a few hands of black jack dealt by a Playboy bunny. Read more.
This is the place to see Vegas’ past. This 3-acre light-filled graveyard shows over 160 years of vintage signs. Don’t miss the Silver Slipper and the Stardust Casino sign. Read more.
French fries may not be a big deal to you, but they are a very big deal to me. I’m so unhappy about these fries that I like them. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations Read more.
September 11, 2001, wasn't the first time an airplane flew into a New York city skyscraper. This museum is home to an artifact that tells of a largely forgotten incident. Read more.
There is a depth of flavor to these meatballs, really smooth, really even texture and flavor. It’s awesome. Really terrific. – Adam Richman, Man v. Food Read more.