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“Man vs. Food Nation” features Barstow restaurant August 22, 2011

Posted by Ron Warnick in Restaurants, Television.
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Wednesday night’s edition of the Travel Channel’s “Man vs. Food Nation” show will feature the Idle Spurs Steakhouse in Barstow, Calif., and other Route 66 restaurants and attractions, according to the Desert Dispatch newspaper.

The TV show visited Barstow on July 17 as part of its Route 66 episode, which highlights food and activities along the historical highway. “Man vs. Food Nation” follows the host, Adam Richman, as he travels the country eating local favorites and is a spinoff of “Man vs. Food,” where Richman tries local food challenges.

The show shot the episode’s introduction at the Harvey House, where Richman checked out the retired railroad cars on display. Then he finished off a 24-ounce porterhouse steak at Idle Spurs.

“He put away a pretty good one,” said Bill Comb, the husband of Idle Spurs General Manager Brenda.

According to the show’s website, among the restaurants featured on the Route 66 episode will be Elote Cafe in Tulsa; Ted Drewes Frozen Custard in St. Louis; Clanton’s Cafe in Vinita, Okla.; Donut Drive-In in St. Louis; and Ocean Avenue Seafood in Santa Monica. Attractions and motels the show lists is here.

“Man vs. Food Nation” airs at 9 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday on the Travel Channel.

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1. Cathy Moore - August 29, 2011

Howdy from Amarillo TX!! I am Cathy Moore and my husband Steve and I have a Grill on Historic Route 66 and would love to have you come try our Challenge!!! 8 jumbo wieners 2 bratwursts settled on 2 open faced buns covered in our homemade chili, cheese, onions, jalapeños & spicy mustard!! Made like our Killer Dog hotter!!! You would have 30 minutes to finish!!! We are open Thursday thru Sunday and it would be an honor to have you!! We call it the “Rina Kina Shina Challenge” so far nobody has succeeded!! Come be the first!!

Hope to hear back!
Cathy “Little Mrs. Moe” Moore


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