Man Finds Food is an American food reality television series that premiered on the Travel Channel on April 1, 2015. The series is hosted by food enthusiast Adam Richman who tracks down secret specialities in cities all over America. For Season 2, the show's name was changed to Secret Eats with Adam Richman. The first episode aired on August 8, 2016 on the Travel Channel.

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  • Man Finds Food è un programma televisivo statunitense del 2014, che vede come protagonista il presentatore Adam Richman, in giro per l'America in cerca di quei piatti "speciali" che non sono inseriti sui menù dei ristoranti. In Italia la trasmissione va in onda dal 2015 sul canale Fine Living. (it)
  • Man Finds Food is an American food reality television series that premiered on the Travel Channel on April 1, 2015. The series is hosted by food enthusiast Adam Richman who tracks down secret specialities in cities all over America. The show was to have debuted July 2, 2014, with episodes airing every Wednesday night at 9:00 pm ET. On July 1, 2014, Travel Channel announced they had delayed the program indefinitely after Richman posted crude messages on his Instagram account in response to people criticizing a hashtag he had used in one of his pictures. It was unknown when and if the show would air. However, the show page reappeared on the Travel Channel's website and ultimately premiered at 9:00 pm ET on April 1, 2015, with two back-to-back episodes ("Incognito in Escondido" and "Chi-Town Franken-Sandwich"). Despite the delay on Travel Channel, Australian channel 7mate have announced the broadcast of the first episode of the series on October 7, 2014. They have also run promotional advertising for the show within the Seven Network group of channels. At the current time, the station has listed the episode as the first in a 3-episode series. It is anticipated that episodes will be available on the Plus7 catchup service after a placeholder page for the show was created on the service. For Season 2, the show's name was changed to Secret Eats with Adam Richman. The first episode aired on August 8, 2016 on the Travel Channel. (en)
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  • Adam and his crew head to Manila, capital city of the Philippines, for the tastiest of its secret food finds. Stops include: The Exit in Makati for the off-menu "Ostrich Salpicao", chunks of ostrich marinated in a mix of soy sauce, oyster sauce, and a local fruit called calamansi, sauteed and plated over cauliflower purée while doused in leftover marinade and topped with garlic chips ; Elbert's Steak Room in Salcedo Village for the secret "Double Gold" steak, an aged New York Strip steak from mature cows , left "as is" while it is sprinkled with just salt and pepper and then grilled over hot lava rocks; Mendokoro Ramenba, also in Makati, for "Shoyu Mazesoba", a soupless ramen dish prepared with boiled fresh noodles, shoyu , leek oil, vegetable oil, white pepper, white vinegar, sprouts and cabbage, all topped with roast pork, a raw egg yolk, and pork back fat; and Pepita's Kitchen, a makeshift restaurant inside the head chef's house in Magallanes Village, for Filipino-style lechon stuffed with truffle rice, roasted for four hours in a charcoal oven , and brushed with achuete oil; Adam and his crew are among the many guests to enjoy the dish as part of a big feast held by the chef.
  • Adam and his crew check out various eateries in Atlanta, one of the biggest cities in the South, to discover their best secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Daddy D'z BBQ Joynt in Southeast Atlanta for slow-smoked ribs and a popular appetizer called "Que Wraps" ; ¡Bad Dog! Taquería in Emory Village for the "Mac Daddy" taco ; Two Urban Licks in the Old Fourth Ward for wood-fired Georgia quail ; and Yeah! Burger in Virginia-Highland for the "Dirty South" burger .
  • For the premiere of Man Finds Food, Adam Richman and his camera crew explore Austin, Texas to look for some of its best secret food finds with off-menu items. Stops include: Frank in the Warehouse District for eats on a "Friends & Family" secret menu, which includes jalapeño chicken waffle fries and the "Frank Breakfast" , Firehouse Lounge, located behind a bookcase inside the Firehouse Hostel in Downtown, for a sandwich called "The Lieutenant" , Casino El Camino on 6th Street for the "Tony Randall" , and the Mighty Cone food truck in West Campus for the secret "Monster" cone .
  • Adam travels to Buenos Aires to find off-menu secret eats. Stops include: Victoria Brown, a steampunk-style speakeasy in Palermo Soho, named after Queen Victoria and her lover John Brown, where he gets "Spicy French Toast", pan de campo soaked in a batter of egg and crushed red pepper, fried and topped with scallion cream cheese, ham, avocado, mozzarella, Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese, and a fried egg, and dusted with chili powder; tries the asado or "whole cow" of chori-pan and morci-pan , traditional Argentinian barbecue in a hidden parrilla with no name in Mercado San Telmo, along with the "Matambrito a la Pizza", flank steak layered with tomatoes, queso cremoso and local oregano, made to look like a pizza; eats at Pan Y Teatro in Boedo for their Mendocinian dish, "Carbonada al Zapallo", a mixed fruit and vegetable stew inside a hollowed-out pumpkin; and has slow-cooked lamb with pickled vegetables and lamb-fat mashed potatoes at Casa Saltshaker in Recoleta, a "puertas cerradas" restaurant where a chef opens his home to cook for his guests.
  • Adam and his crew take a drive down the Las Vegas strip to find its tastiest secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Capo's Italian Steakhouse on Sahara Avenue for "The Leftovers" ; the Park on Fremont for deep-fried lobster sliders topped with melted cheese and pineapple-chipotle slaw, all served between two bacon, mozzarella and provolone-filled potato pancakes, and a side of Park's Smothered Garbage Fries , The Pizzeria at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for a white pizza with mozzarella, parmesan and ricotta cheeses, plus garlic oil, all made on an 8-year-old sourdough starter crust; and Jamms in Westside for the "Jamminator" .
  • Adam samples the best secret food finds and off-menu items in the "City of Roses", the Pacific Northwest's Portland, Oregon. Stops include: The Grilled Cheese Grill in the Alberta Arts District for the off-the-menu "Alyson", which starts off with a "Gabby" sandwich , then adds a fried egg, Braeburn apple slices, and potato chips inside the sandwich; The Fried Onion, hidden in the Industrial District and inspired by New York street food that enforces a surcharge for Boston Red Sox fans, for the "Moussa" ; Burnside Brewing Co. in Lower Burnside for the off-menu Caribbean-inspired "Ultimate Burger" ; and Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen in Downtown Portland for a secret menu item called the "Jeremy" .
  • Adam makes his way through the Midwestern city of Milwaukee to find its best secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: the Wisconsin Cheese Mart in Westown for the "Cheese Mart Sweep" ; Underground Ramen-Ya, located inside Ardent restaurant on the East Side for authentic Japanese tonkotsu ramen soup ; Shah Jee's Pakistani Cuisine, located inside an office building in Downtown, for authentic Pakistani food including lentils and chickpeas squirted with a spicy "green sauce", made with green peppers, cilantro, salt and cumin seeds, plus chicken masala topped with a gravy made with ginger, garlic, onions, and a curry spice blend of crushed peppers, turmeric powder and coriander powder; and Safe House, a spy-themed restaurant hidden behind a bookcase inside International Exports Ltd. in East Town, for the "Spy Burger" .
  • Adam searches for LA's secret food finds with off-menu items. Stops include: Escondite in Skid Rokio for a sandwich called "Godzilla Destroys Skid Rokio" ; Greenspan's Grilled Cheese in Fairfax for the "Inside Out" ; Cha Cha Chili in Alhambra for the "Lomo Burrito" ; and Jitada Thai Restaurant in East Hollywood for the "Jazz Burger" .
  • This season, Adam and his crew travel the world uncovering secret eats; their first city on this tour is London. Stops include: Evans & Peel, a speakeasy in Earl's Court disguised as a detective agency, for the "Mac & Cheese with Bacon and Truffle" ; Stax, an American-style eatery in Kingly Court in Soho, for the "Nutella Duffin Sundae" ; the Disappearing Dining Club, a pop-up restaurant that frequently changes locations; in this episode, it is found within Lassco Salvage Warehouse, an antiques store located within the Ropewalk in Bermondsey, and there Adam tries the "Maltby Street Smoked Salmon" ; and Bodean's BBQ, also in Soho, for the off-menu "Brunch Bap" .
  • Adam and his crew pay a visit to the beautiful Hawaiian island of Oahu for its best secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Aiea Bowl, a bowling alley in Aiea which features a secret "Tasty Tuesday" 5-course prix fixe meal ; The Pig & The Lady in Chinatown for the off-the-menu "Mushroom Godzilla" ; J.J. Dolan's , an Irish pub featuring the "Drunken Duck Pizza" ; and Town in Kaimuki for the off-the-menu Pa'i'ai .
  • Adam explores the San Francisco Bay Area for its best secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: the Boxing Room in Hayes Valley for the secret "French Fry Po' Boy" ; Namu Gaji in the Mission District, San Francisco of Dolores Park for the off-the-menu Loco Moco ; Little Skillet in SoMa Tech for the "Eggs McMahon" ; and Starbelly in the Castro District for the "Doc's Way Burger" .
  • Adam is in the Windy City to search for Chicago's secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Scofflaw in Logan Square for the "Guapahosa" ; Phil's Last Stand in Ukrainian Village for a Shrimp Po'Boy ; A Tavola in West Town for the "Italian Meat and Potatoes" ; and La Sirena Clandestina in Fulton Market District for the "Size Me Up" .
  • The "City of Brotherly Love", Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is Adam's next destination to find tasty secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: PYT in North Liberties for the "Chicken and Beer Burger" ; National Mechanics, a bank-turned-restaurant in Old City, for the off-menu "Chili Frito Pie" ; Federal Donuts in Center City for Korean fried chicken twice-fried in a secret dill pickle glaze, and a "Belshaw Donut Robot Mark II"-made cake donut dipped in a honey-lemon glaze; and The Ranstead Room, secretly located in the basement next to Mexican restaurant El Rey in Rittenhouse Square, for the "Albondigas" sandwich .
  • Adam and his crew visit Hong Kong to find the best of its secret eats. Stops include: Trafalgar, an English-style pub hidden on the 5th floor of a high-rise office building in Wan Chai, for the "Tomahawk Ribeye", a 2-pound tomahawk-shaped bone-in steak marinated in salt, black pepper, rosemary and olive oil before getting flame-grilled to perfection; Star Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui for the "Tomato and Beef Noodle Soup", a bowl of cooked instant noodles topped with sliced beef and a broth of chopped fresh tomatoes; Sing Kee, a dai pai dong-style food stall in the Central District, for an off-menu dish of razor clams prepared wok hei-style in hot oil and mixed with onions, chilis, salt, sesame oil, oyster sauce, chili paste, and a cornstarch slurry; and Mrs. Pound, a speakeasy disguised as a stamp shop in Sheung Wan, for Ma La chicken wings, prepared in a batter of chili spices, deep-fried and sprinkled with garlic, more chili, and sugar.
  • Adam heads to his ancestral homeland of Warsaw, Poland to find secret Polish delicacies. Stops include: Maka I Woda in Srodmiescie, that dishes out authentic Neapolitan pizza in their oak-burning oven, including the once-a-year off-menu "Ramson Pizza", topped with ramsons , mozzarella di bufala, farm-fresh eggs, olive oil, and house-made mangalitsa sausage; Serwus in Mokotow for the P.P.R. communist-era street food called "Zapiekanka", an oven-toasted open-faced sandwich topped with cheese, mushrooms and ketchup, but he opts for their secret "Zapiekanka Piona", layered with local butter, homemade ketchup made from sweet Polish tomatoes, red onions, rosemary, Bursztyn , and kielbasa on a Polish-style baguette; Warburger on Plate Na Talerzu in Mirow for their top-secret "Dziki Dzik Sliders", or "wild boar" burgers, three char-grilled patties, #1 topped with lazur and bacon, #2 topped with olomoucke and blueberry jam, #3 topped with zulty lazur and boczniak mushrooms—all with apple aioli on house-made slider buns; and Obiady Domowe Przysmak in Srodmiescie, hidden in an apartment building which harkens back to the communist era, serving their "kotlet mielony", a 60-year-old recipe of ground pork patty breaded with Kaiser roll crumbs, pan-fried, and plated with mashed potato puree and a sweet beet compote.
  • Adam and his crew avoid the 32 million motorbikes in Vietnam as they make their way to secret eats in Ho Chi Min City. Stops include: Quan Ut Ut in Ben Thanh, a restaurant serving American-style barbecue, including their off-menu "Cashew Smoked Pork Ribs", smoked in cashew nut wood chips, grilled over coals, and smothered in a secret sauce featuring two Vietnamese cuisine staples—funky nuoc fish sauce and spicy ground Phu Quoc pepper, served with smoked okra and corn-on-the-cob; Secret Garden Vietnamese Cuisine & Tea House in District 1 for their one-of-a-kind "Pork Wrapped in Lemongrass", featuring ground pork, pork paste and pork fat mixed with lemongrass and fried garlic, stuffed inside an intricately carved lemongrass stalk and grilled; Soul Burger , which serves "The Worst Burgers in Vietnam", burgers named after soulful American stars, for the experimental "The Temptations Burger", an American beef patty seasoned with toasted Vietnamese sea salt, black pepper and smoked butter, grilled and topped with seared foie gras , macerated mulberries, and watercress, and drizzled with gastrique on a buttered brioche bun; and Ru Pho Bar , a hidden restaurant serving the nation's favorite dish called "pho", including their "Brown Rice Noodle Pho", with 14-hour broth made with sa sung , brown noodles, beef, onions, scallions, mint, bean sprouts, and red chili.
  • Adam journeys through the big New England city of Boston in search of its secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Al's Deli, located inside the unused Wan Convenience Store in Mission Hill, for the secret "Hush" sandwich , KO Pies in the shipyards of East Boston for the "Lamb Shank Pie" , Alive and Kicking, located in the basement of a house in nearby Cambridge, for the "lobster on lobster" , and Bogie's Place, an "adults-only" steakhouse secretly located through a velvet red curtain in the back of famed burger establishment JM Curley in Downtown Boston, for a 20-ounce ribeye steak sauteed with rendered marrow oil in a pastrami rub of brown sugar, black pepper, coriander, smoked paprika and mustard seed, and served with roasted bone marrow and torched foie gras butter plated with carrot puree, charred scallions, and a caramelized clove of garlic.
  • Adam explores Music City U.S.A. to discover its best secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Pepperfire in East Nashville for the "Apple Jack" ; Gabby's Burgers & Fries in Wedgewood-Houston for the "Big CC Dog" ; Mason's Southern Provisions at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Midtown for the "Liquid Nitrogen Coke Float" ; and Pinewood Social in Rolling Mill Hill for their secret chicken and waffles .
  • Adam searches for the best secret food finds and off-menu items inside establishments throughout his hometown of New York City. Stops include: the secret second floor of Tre Dici Steak in Chelsea for the "Valdostana" ; El Sabroso, hidden inside a loading dock in the Garment District in Midtown, for Peruvian-style roast pork rice & beans ; Cienfuegos in Alphabet City for "ropa vieja" ; and Sugar and Plumm in the Upper West Side for the off-the-menu "Upper West Sliders" .
  • Adam checks out the "Big Easy" - New Orleans, Louisiana - to find the best of its secret food finds and off-menu items. Stops include: Parkway Bakery and Tavern in Mid-City for the "James Brown" ; Pizza Delicious in the Bywater for "Garlic Knot-chos" , then a stop at SnoWizard SnoBall Shoppe located Uptown, where Adam treated his crew to homemade "sno-balls", a New Orleans treat of shaved ice flavored with sugar cane syrup, before the next secret spot at Bayou Hot Wings in Uptown for pepper-jelly wings ; and McClure's Barbecue on Magazine Street for redfish on the half-shell .
  • In this Super Bowl-themed episode, Adam scours his native New York City for secret treats in restaurants that feel like home to fans of various NFL teams; this episode was filmed before Super Bowl XLVIII, which took place in the New York City metro area. Stops include: Philadelphia Eagles establishment Wogies Bar & Grill in the West Village for a cheesesteak prepared with onions, cherry peppers, sweet peppers, and double Cheez Whiz on a soft pretzel roll; Denver Broncos fan favorite Little Town in Union Square for a carnival-style funnel cake ; Cleveland Browns establishment Manny's on Second in the Upper East Side for "Polish Boy Tot-chos" ; and Chicago Bears haven The Overlook in Midtown East for an off-the-menu Italian beef sandwich . NFL stars DeSean Jackson , Von Miller , Chris Ogbonnaya , and brothers Martellus and Michael Bennett made special guest appearances in this episode, as well as American Idol alumni Ace Young and Diana DeGarmo .
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  • Riverfront Hideaways
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  • Man Finds Food è un programma televisivo statunitense del 2014, che vede come protagonista il presentatore Adam Richman, in giro per l'America in cerca di quei piatti "speciali" che non sono inseriti sui menù dei ristoranti. In Italia la trasmissione va in onda dal 2015 sul canale Fine Living. (it)
  • Man Finds Food is an American food reality television series that premiered on the Travel Channel on April 1, 2015. The series is hosted by food enthusiast Adam Richman who tracks down secret specialities in cities all over America. For Season 2, the show's name was changed to Secret Eats with Adam Richman. The first episode aired on August 8, 2016 on the Travel Channel. (en)
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