Dine on exquisite North African cuisine in an exotic space decked out with ornate fabrics. Order the lamb shank that’s braised with traditional Moroccan spices and served with a shiitake mushroom sauce. Soak up the vibrant surroundings that are made even more magical by belly dancers swirling fire.
Indulge in bratwurst, beer and other German classics at this eatery situated in “Little Bavaria.” A popular dish is the fried chicken, which is lightly fried and served piping hot by wait staff wearing festive dirndl and lederhosen costumes. Complete your visit with a stop at the glockenspiel clock.
This manly haven in the heart of Chicago offers men the chance to sweat out impurities in authentic Old World saunas, then indulge in Eastern European delicacies made from traditional family recipes. Popular items include the beef borscht and the chicken soup (which comes with a whole drumstick).
Spice fanatics in need of a fix should try this spot’s XXX Wings, which are named for the three peppers used in the sauce: ghost, scorpion and habanero. Troy Johnson loved the spicy-sweet sauce, although he felt his tongue had been Tasered. Endure the heat and nab a spot on Jake’s Wall of Flame.
This spot offers a funky take on country club decor (there’s even mini golf) and a tongue-in-cheek menu to match. The cuisine is a mash-up of Mexican fare and Minnesota comfort food. A must-try is The Muffy, a deconstructed taco with 12-hour-braised pork, housemade jalapeno dressing and queso fresco.
Not only can you dine on alligator at this Everglades eatery, but you may just see a live one sauntering past. In addition to gator nuggets, you can feast on delicacies like frog's legs, crab cakes and Indian fry bread. Take a seat on the patio for some gator spotting, or head indoors for live music.
Fill up on authentic Greek eats at this festive, family-run restaurant. Try the pastitsio for a decadent pasta with meat and bechamel sauce, or the saganaki, pan-fried kasseri cheese that is drizzled with brandy and flambeed tableside. Live music, dancing and breaking of plates keep the party going.
There is nothing subtle about this eatery that takes indulgence to insane heights — even by Sin City standards. The hospital-themed joint serves up monstrous portions of meat with items like its Quadruple Bypass Burger. This beast of a meal comes topped with chili and clocks in at 9,982 calories.
This Mexican-themed restaurant takes atmospheric dining to new heights, as it’s tricked out with everything from a 30-foot waterfall to a festive town square. Before exploring the sights, dig into the all-you-can-eat dinner. Don’t miss the sopaipillas: delectable fried pastries drizzled with honey.
Relive the glamour of the 1920s at Cuchi Cuchi, which features vintage decor and a menu with an international flair. One standout is the seafood avocado. For this dish, a peeled avocado is stuffed with a bright, fresh mixture of shrimp, scallops, tomatoes, onions and jalapenos, then served with slices of poached octopus and grilled lobster meat. Pair it with a muddled cocktail and let the party begin!
This unique restaurant brings new meaning to dinner on the go. Step aboard a 1950s train, where you can savor a hearty meal while soaking up beautiful sights during a trip through Big Sky Country. The star of the meal is the prime rib, which is slow-cooked at 200 degrees until succulent and tender.
If you're in need of some Christmas cheer, head to this colorful spot that celebrates the holiday season all year round. The over-the-top decor (think bubble lights, model trains and antique toys) is matched by indulgent eats like garlic-and-cheese-smothered Bubble Bread and massive slices of cake.
Feast on a three-course meal while being entertained by swashbuckling pirates who vie for your attention with acrobatic stunts. The action takes place aboard a 46-foot-long ship anchored in a lagoon. Featured on the menu is the tender Rosemary Citrus Chicken, drizzled with a honey-based glaze.
No need to feel guilty about indulging in the savory delights at The Duce in Phoenix — there's a gym connected to the restaurant for getting back into shape afterward. So go ahead and feast on comfort food faves like Beer Can Chicken, S’mores Cheesecake and Mac & Cheese Muffins (they blew Guy away).
At Mai-Kai, the delicious cuisine and spectacular sights make for an extraordinary dining experience. Try the Peking duck cooked in an authentic Chinese wood-burning oven. Savor your meal while watching Polynesian dance performances, then stroll through the lush gardens dotted with waterfalls.