Chef's Night Out Season 3

  • Chef's Night Out: Brunswick House

    We met up with Jackson Boxer of Brunswick House in South London, where we ate everything from calf's brain to pig trotter buns. What you've heard about London's food scene is wrong.

  • Chef's Night Out: Lee Tiernan

    Lee Tiernan is head chef of St. John Bread & Wine, East London's little sister to the world-famous St. John Bar & Restaurant, in Smithfield. Once he was done cooking up some pig's head blood cakes, he took us to Tooting's finest curry house, Lahore...

  • Chef's Night Out: Alexei Zimin

    All the stories you hear about Russians and drinking are true; anyone who says otherwise is a liar. And most of the stories you hear about chefs and drinking are true, too

  • Chef's Night Out: Xemei

    Xemei started out seven years ago as an unlicensed bar and restaurant and has grown into one of Barcelona's most talked about spots. After falling for the city's nightlife, twin brothers Stephano and Max Colombo brought the taste of their hometown of...

  • Chef's Night Out: Josh Ozersky

    This is the first Munchies episode featuring a food writer. Sure, we have had food personalties who write, but Josh Ozersky is different.

  • Chef's Night Out: Daniel Castaño

    When Colombians get together, they roll deep. So when we went to Bogotá to sample former Mario Batali pupil Daniel Castaño's classical Italian fare at his restaurant, Emilia Romagna, we brought a big-ass bus to cart around the crew.

  • Chef's Night Out: Hopgood's Foodliner

    In this episode of Chef's Night Out, we headed to Toronto to take out the crew of Hopgood's Foodliner, the brainchild of Geoff Hopgood. Good drinks and seafood soon followed.

  • Chef's Night Out: Mexicali Taco & Co.

    Take one bite of Mexicali Taco & Co.'s shrimp tacos or the carne asada Vampiro and you are transported to a new level of tacqueria consciousness where there is no going back to greasy meat and subpar tortillas.

  • Chef's Night Out: Andrew Zimmern

    You might know Andrew Zimmern from his Travel Channel show Bizarre Foods in which he wolfs down unsightly things halfway across the world. Maybe you've wondered what he eats when he's out with friends in New York.

  • Chef's Night Out: The Marrow

    Harold Dieterle goes to Blue Ribbon for some Yuzu Highs and fried chicken before getting a nightcap at his favorite bar, Daddy O.

  • Chef's Night Out: Hatos Bar

    In the first Japanese episode of Chef's Night Out, we hang out with the crew from Hatos Bar in Tokyo's Naka-Meguro area. These guys cook American style pit barbecue at its best.

  • Chef's Night Out: Bar Isabel

    We gathered up the Bar Isabel crew and took them to the city's most exciting microbrewery, Bellwoods, along with a late night dinner at the incomparable 416 Snack Bar.