Hot!101 tastiest places to chowdown

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John Fox
Double Chili Cheeseburger
2009/12/13 07:39:31
This coming January the Travel Channel will premier a new 5 part series. They will count down 101 great places to eat. There will be hot dog joints, including Jimmy Buff's.
 
http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7017231884
sk bob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/14 20:26:32
its about time they come out with a new show about something interesting like this.
 I just hope they don't have someone annoying hosting it.
HDtravlr1
Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/14 20:52:52
Thanks for letting us know about the new show. Looking forward to it.
EatingTheRoad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 07:53:51
The Travel Channel usually does a good job on the production of these shows. I'm assuming it'll be in the same vein as the "... Paradise" (Hamburger Paradise, Hot Dog Paradise, etc) shows. They have that generic narrator, not a host. Should be good.
leethebard
Sirloin
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 08:50:13
Thanks, John...got to give it a look!
1bbqboy
Filet Mignon
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 09:12:35
all the same places that are always discussed.

Foodosaurus
Double Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 09:19:17

bill voss
- I'm sure that you're correct; many of the places shown will have been on many different shows as well as featured on this website.  But I think they will be able to add new depth and hopefully showcase some foods at each place that haven't been talked about as much.  I'm certainly looking forward to watching.
1bbqboy
Filet Mignon
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 10:02:05
Oh, I'll watch too.
kennyb
Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 12:13:46
can't wait. about time they produce new shows. the old ones are great but seen them a 100 times.
John Fox
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 13:40:21
The Travel Channel makes an attempt to seek out spots that aren't the same old places. Usually you see Nathan's, Pink's, and Rutt's Hut featured when it comes to hot dogs, but the Travel Channel featured Jimmy Buff's, a restaurant specializing in a regional specialty not particularly well known outside of New Jersey.
RC51Mike
Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 13:46:41
The potential is certainly there.  While they do hit the cliched places, I'm a little surprised that Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives as well as Man vs. Food and maybe a couple other shows, visit a number of good places that haven't been beaten to death on TV.
EatingTheRoad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/15 14:13:42
RC51Mike

The potential is certainly there.  While they do hit the cliched places, I'm a little surprised that Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives as well as Man vs. Food and maybe a couple other shows, visit a number of good places that haven't been beaten to death on TV.


I agree. I think they do a reasonable job of highlighting the obvious ones as well as lesser known spots. I would say considering their mother networks that they do a good for the smaller places.
John Fox
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/31 06:07:10
The show's first segment will be this Sunday.

http://en.sevenload.com/videos/ACmxJi8-101-Tastiest-Places-To-Chowdown
the grillman
Double Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2009/12/31 14:02:10
I could look forward to this, as long as they don't have an annoying host....
sk bob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/04 19:41:53
just watched it on th DVR.
nothing special just a condensed version of other shows.
saps
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/04 22:41:36
You're wrong there, sk bob.  While there may be some overlap, there are places on the first episode that haven't been covered, and it's not a compendium of old shows.  Besides, there's 81 one more places to go, so I don't know how you could make an assessment based upon one show.
sk bob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/06 20:59:50
you might be right saps, but it looks & sounds like those Paradise shows.
 theres another thread in Misc. forums titled coutdown to chowdown.
take a look
joerogo
Filet Mignon
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/06 21:10:33
John Fox, I saw you at Buff's.  Was that the same review that was shown on HD Paradise?
John Fox
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/06 21:16:32
Yes and no. There was a lot of footage shot the day that the Travel Channel was at Jimmy Buff's. Not all was used. There was some new stuff on the latest show that wasn't aired on Hot Dog Paradise.
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/07 09:55:18
Hot Dogs make up only one part of the types of locations covered in the scheduled stops. BBQ, Diners, Bakeries, Mexican and other international types and even Ice Cream Parlors are found on the list. It does move rather quickly. But you can find a list of locations and even some 'sub-ratings' on their website.
 
[link=http://www.travelchannel.com/TV_Shows/Chowdown_Countdown]http://www.travelchannel....ows/Chowdown_Countdown[/link]
post edited by mayor al - 2010/01/07 09:57:37
UncleVic
Sirloin
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/01/07 20:30:38
Thanks AL, I see they're doing it in segments... So one day, there will be a marathon where we can sit back and watch them all...

famousfoodfinder
Junior Burger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2010/03/09 07:23:27
We just plotted this show on . If you are interested in finding places around your area that were in the countdown or any other food show then check the site out. *Spoiler Alert* - Don't read the blog if you do not want to know the top 10 places on the countdown!
Holly Moore
Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2011/04/23 18:08:15
Just spent five hours watching this for the first time.  While too many of the selections were based on places serving grossly large portions, and others were the knee-jerk choices such as Pat's and Geno's in Philadelphia - and the producers seemed particularly turned on by really big burritos - I saw a number of places I didn't know about and others I have heard of but never visited.  For me, time well spent.
maria jameson
Junior Burger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/21 07:23:42
I wanted to see the list but the link is not working.
eruby
Double Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/21 13:55:24
maria jameson

I wanted to see the list but the link is not working.
I believe these are in order from 1 to 101 (there's actually 105, they had bonus places I think).  Sorry I can't give more than the name, it was hard enough to do that.
 
Louis' Lunch, Roscoe's House of Chicken' N Waffles, Primanti Brothers, Fenton's Creamery and Restaurant, Katz's Deli, Pat's King of Steaks, Geno's Steaks, The Salt Lick Barbecue, Albano's Pizzeria, Lulu's Bakery and Café, Durgin Park, Al's Beef, Gus's, Jack-n-Grill, Arthur Bryant's, Hillbilly Hot Dogs, Big Texan Steak Ranch, Anchor Bar, Cotham's Mercantile, Lambert's Café, Voodoo Doughnut, Eagle's Deli, American Coney Island, Lafayette Coney Island, El Tepeyac Café, Charles Vergo's Rendezvous, Acme Oyster House, Beth's Café, Heart Attack Grill, Ben's Chili Bowl, Tony's 1-75, Chipshop, Helena's Hawaiian Food, RU Hungry, Paseo, Junior's Restaurant, The Thurman Café, Brown's Seabrook Lobster Pound, Markey's Lobster Pool, Ted Drewes, Obrycki's, Grimaldi's Pizzeria, Slow's Bar-B-Q, Chino Bandido, Sodolak's Original Country Inn, Big Jud's Country Diner, Doe's Eat Place, Cecilia's Café, Superdawg Drive Inn, Matt's Bar, Pappy's Smokehouse, Country Pancake House, DiNic's in the Reading Terminal Market, Max and Mina's Ice Cream, Big Lou's Pizza, Juan in a Million, Steak and Main, Interstate Bar-BQ Restaurant, Big Mama's Kitchen, Chick and Ruth's Delly, Taqueria La Cumbre, Sylvia's Restaurant, Munchies 420 Café, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Goodson's Café, Chaps Charcoal Restaurant, Round Rock Donuts, Camp Washington Chili, Talkeetna Roadhouse, Iguana's, Yoder's Restaurant, The Cozy Inn, El Guero Canelo, The Grill House, GCS Ballpark, Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana, Sally's Apizza, Original New York System, The Buffet at the Bellagio, San Francisco Creamery Co., Lynn's Paradise Café, Kopp's Frozen Custard,  The Cherry Cricket, The Brick Pit, Nick Tahou Hots, Willie Mae's Scotch House, Schmidt's Sausage Haus (German Village), Cafe Fleuri at the Langham Hotel, Daichan Kaiten Sushi, Cattleman's Steakhouse, Hominy Grill, Giordano's, Doughnut Plant, The Vortex Bar and Grill, Time Out Chicken, Black's Barbecue, Smitty's Market, Jimmy's Buff's, Gaucho's Village, Philippe The Original, Five Islands Lobster Co., Bassetts Ice Cream, The Buckhorn Exchange, Denny's Beer Barrel Pub, Abe's Bar-B-Q


pnwchef
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/22 10:06:13
I realize these places are great food stops, there has to be some new places around America that are knocking the cover off the ball.
myterry2
Double Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/22 10:13:06
Will definitely being watching it...thanx for the update.
wanderingjew
Sirloin
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/22 10:38:55
The restaurants for the post part are very "regionally appropriate" of course  the one sushi restaurant is where else but in LA!!!!!!!
brisketboy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/22 10:49:39
This series has aired several times over the years and I never get tired of watching it again. I've only been to the bbq places in Lockhart and Dripping Springs but I do like to watch this series and wish.
lleechef
Sirloin
Re:101 tastiest places to chowdown 2013/11/22 10:51:01
I think it's "regionally appropriate" that the Talkeetna Roadhouse is located in.....where else?.........Alaska!