In the Season 1 finale, Kix explores New York City's best steakhouses. Included: the mutton chop at Keens; a Jewish restaurant known for its stuffed cabbage; and a converted auto shop that serves a "bone-in" burger and pork chops that are thinly sliced and piled high like a stack of pancakes.
Kix visits Washington, D.C., where he learns more about the food served at local fave Ray's the Steaks; the Partisan, which has its own in-house butcher shop; and the South American restaurant Del Campo.
Kix dines at three New Orleans restaurants during his visit to his home state of Louisiana. Included: Galatoire's fried chicken; sizzling hot steaks served in butter; and Cajun and Creole flavors on the menu at Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse.
Kix visits the Lone Star State. Among the highlights: Hill Country cuisine, including chicken-fried lobster, at YO Steakhouse in Dallas; cowboy cooking at Cattlemen's in Fort Worth; and the innovative and modern techniques of Knife.
Country music star Kix Brooks tours U.S. steak restaurants for inspiration in creating his own in this series, which premieres with a trip to Omaha to see how three local legends have made a name for themselves. Included: juicy prime rib at the family-owned Johnny's Cafe; traditional European fare at Dario's; and Gorat's whiskey rib eye.