You Gotta Eat Here! has seen a lot of good food in its history. Host John Catucci visited 300 restaurants and tasted the most over-the-top comfort food from coast to coast. While it’s been a minute since the series aired, these restaurants are still stealing our hearts with their delicious creations. Read on as we take a look back on some of the most memorable restaurants in YGEH! history.
For almost a decade now, this brunch spot in Toronto, ON has been serving up delicious meat-centric breakfast and brunch dishes. Currently closed for renovations, we can’t wait to get back into the dining room to eat the duck confit challah french toast or their insane fried chicken breakfast sandwich, The Beastwich.
Katie’s is a family operated New Orleans, LA joint for Creole-Italian cuisine like crab po’ boys, crawfish stew and chargrilled oysters.
Black Forest Inn
Guests of the Black Forest Inn in Hamilton, ON enjoy this landmark hotel’s Austrian, German and continental cuisine, including schnitzels from six different countries!
The Café Radio
This café, located in Carstairs, AB, was originally a pirate radio station. Now they’re cooking up hearty homemade lunches while streaming two online radio stations on site.
How could we NOT include Burger’s Priest? This Toronto, ON burger chain has some seriously creative burgers. We’re obsessed with The Vatican City which is a double cheeseburger smashed in-between two grilled cheese buns. (You’re welcome!)
Fresh and Sweet
Fresh and Sweet in Regina, SK is the place to go for delicious homemade brunches and baked goods, like these bacon and peach pancakes.
The Hogtown Vegan
A vegan restaurant serving fried chicken, Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and more? Vegans rejoice! The Hogtown Vegan, located in Toronto, ON, is a meat and dairy-free restaurant serving homestyle comfort food.
Two Six Ate
Located in Ottawa, ON, Two Six (Ate) is a small plates restaurant with gourmet comfort food and jazzed-up favourites, like this fried peanut butter and jelly sandwich.