Host G. Garvin embarks on a cross-country road trip to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the South.
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G. Garvin heads to his hometown where his southern-inspired roots were born.
Best of Georgia
G. Garvin's hitting the best places in Georgia. First, is a stop at Yeah! Burger for a bison burger, a place that lives up to its name. It's on to the Brick Store Pub, where fish and chips and craft beers are on the menu.
Brenda's Soul Food brings the flavors of the Gulf to the Pacific with their oyster flight and fried catfish po'boy. Next, G visits local legend Richard Alioto of Alioto's and gets a taste of their famous crab cioppino and more.
G. Garvin's in Nashville and stops by Lockeland Table for an amazing pork loin with greens. G makes hot chicken 400 Degrees Hot Chicken. He visits John A's Restaurant for some music, fried chicken livers and a prime rib sandwich.
In Oakland, G. Garvin visits the Chop Bar where he tries a hearty meatloaf dish. He meets up with Jaynelle from Pietisserie and whips up an apple pie. He hits the streets to sample everything from chicken and waffles to ceviche.
G. Garvin embarks on a cross-country road trip to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the South.
G. Garvin heads across the South to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the southern states.
G's West Coast
G. heads West for a culinary adventure that begins in Vegas at Eat. Then it's off to Los Angeles to Grub and then he wraps up this road trip with a stop at Feed Body and Soul in Venice.
G. Garvin heads to Vegas where his favorite places hit the jackpot. The first stop is Hash House A Go Go where the chef lays out the biggest Crispy Hand-Hammered Pork Tenderloin you've ever seen, fried and topped with a BBQ Sauce.
G's Favorite California Spots
G. Garvin visits The Original Farmers Market for a taste of local California eats with a Southern flair. He stops by family-owned The Gumbo Pot, known for the best authentic New Orleans cuisine in town.
G. travels to Southern California and meets up with Chef David Lefevre of MB Post to pick farm fresh items for their mixed green veggie salad and then whips up their signature Bacon Cheddar Biscuits.
G. visits the nation's capital and starts his culinary adventure at Sixth Engine, a firehouse turned restaurant, where they merge tastes of the North and South in a Grilled Shrimp Black-Eyed Pea dish and feed hungry firefighters.
G. Garvin heads to Philly to find out what the City of Brotherly Love has to offer. He starts at Supper, where Chef Mitch Prensky incorporates some Southern style with his unique twist on a breakfast favorite, Red Velvet Waffles.