Man vs. Food's Tour Through Cleveland



Adam Richman still calls it the Jake.
  • Adam Richman still calls it the Jake.

The Cleveland episode of Man vs. Food airs tomorrow night at 9 p.m. on the Travel Channel.

Where did Adam Richman stuff his face besides Melt? What bountiful mounds of fatty Forest City deliciousness did he consume?

Here's the rundown from the Travel Channel's press release:

While in Cleveland, Adam visits the historic Westside Market where Cleveland's diverse culinary traditions have been colliding for over 170 years. Adam stops at Steve's Gyros stand for a taste of the "Jumbo Gyro" which is made up of over two pounds of savory spiced lamb and beef. After his first bite, Adam claims this sandwich deserves the "Greek Heisman" trophy. At his next stop, Adam experiences an incredible, Hall of Fame-worthy sandwich: Cleveland's legendary "Polish Boy" at Hot Sauce Williams. This delicious concoction features an all beef kielbasa topped with french fries, coleslaw, fried sausage, pulled pork shoulder, and hot sauce.

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