In this episode of Chef’s Night Out, Rosio cooks up a taco feast for her friends before they head out on the town in Copenhagen.
In this episode of Chef’s Night Out, we head back down to the Big Easy with Isaac Toups of Toups’ Meatery, who shows us some of his old haunts.
In this episode of Chef’s Night Out, Nina Compton of Compare Lapin takes us around New Orleans for a night of daiquiris, po’boys, more daiquiris, Israeli cuisine, and dancing.
What’s the ideal way to get from the island of Bornholm—in the Baltic Sea—to Copenhagen? Answer: By jumping in a big van with four chefs who are armed with a crate of natural wine and a lunchbox full of smoked herring. Then, you make an akvavit-fueled pitstop in an idyllic forest setting before ending up […]
We party till the wee hours with chef Jessica Koslow from LA’s tastiest breakfast spot, Sqirl.
We tag along with Chef Alon Shaya of New Orleans favorite Shaya restaurant to his favorite local spots.
Brandon Jew is giving Chinese-American food a voice in San Francisco.
Chef Rasmus Lund Jonasson brings his restaurant manager and a couple of old friends on a truffle, sausage, and wine-fueled quest in Copenhagen.
We join Dong-hyeuk Im, owner of Tuk Tuk Noodle Thai, for a night out in Seoul, South Korea.
The Four Horseman of Williamsburg, Brooklyn embark on a food journey that consists mostly of meat.
Chefs Daniel Snukal and Josh Gil of Tacos Punta Cabras take their friends on a tipsy tour of their favorite LA spots in Santa Monica and Venice Beach.
Roy Ellamar of Harvest by Roy Ellamar takes us on and off the Las Vegas Strip to sample cuisine from France to Saigon and almost everywhere in between.
Michael Solomonov is hanging loose in Atlantic City for an all-nighter edition of Chef’s Night Out that includes shrimp, clams, live frogs, tacos, gambling, surfing, and doughnuts.
In this installment of Chef’s Night Out, we head out with Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske, the chef-owners of Contra and Wildair—two of the hottest restaurants in Manhattan’s Lower East Side—for pizza, foie gras, tartare, and something called “Chinese Bolognese.”
In this episode of Chef’s Night Out, we hit up some truly classic New York establishments with Paul Giannone (a.k.a. “Paulie Gee”) of Paulie Gee’s in Greenpoint, Brooklyn—and yes, we eat a hell of a lot of pizza.
A night out with Sydney’s ‘Prince of Pasta’—Mitch Orr of ACME—means blood sausage, burrata, Chinese food, foie gras, and lap dances. We hope you can keep up.
Toluca City—two hours away from Mexico City—is not exactly the first place you think about when you think of Mexico’s food culture, but that’s likely about to change thanks to Pablo Salas and his restaurant Amaranta.
MUNCHIES explores Manila, capital of the Philippines, with Rural Kitchen of Liliw, Laguna chef Justin Sarabia, tasting the good, the bad, and the extra-weird eats the city has to offer.
We join Danish owners Tommy Eggen and Soeren Pindstrup, along with head chef Giang Phay and a few friends, for a night out in Sa Pa, Vietnam, sampling the best Hmong, Vietnamese, and French food in town.
Daiquiris, bone marrow luges, and a five-pound burrito are just the beginning when the father-son team behind Guisados take us out for a night in LA.
Truffle pasta, tiki drinks, and caviar are all on the menu when we hit the town with Guerrilla Tacos chef/owner Wes Avila in Los Angeles. Did we mention it was his birthday?
Chef Alfonso Cadena lives the dream by working at his restaurant La Leche, drinking at the bar upstairs, playing with his band, and then enjoying a next-level parking lot burrito.
Between the great wine, crazy Grateful Dead stories, and ridiculously nice crudités, Josef Centeno knows how to do a night out like a boss in the City of Angels.
Lazy Bear pastry chef Maya Erickson takes us out for shots, soju, ribs, oysters, and salmon collar at her favorite haunts in San Francisco’s Mission District.