In episode 1 of Dat's Slamin with host Jonathan Randall we visit a local Vietnamese restaurant called Baguette Delite and spoke with chef Andrew Nguyen. We got a chance to try their Banh mi sandwich and popular Pho Soup.
In episode 2 Dat's Slamin pays a visit to Santillo's Brick Oven Pizza which has been named the best pizza in New Jersey. Al Santillo a 3rd generation family owner shows us how their famous pizzas are made and what makes them so special.
The Dat's Slamin show visited a hidden gem in Belmar, NJ called Simply Southern. Our host Joey met with mother and son duo Rita Simmons and Rasheed Simmons to talk about the delicious southern cuisine served at their establishment.
In this episode of Dat's Slamin, our host Joey visited a family-owned Mediterranean restaurant called Bon Appetit. The owner and chef Hany and his daughter Julianne serve up some delicious dishes and desserts.
In this episode of Dat's Slamin, we paid a visit to a pizzeria & restaurant called Calabria in Livingston, NJ. We sat down with General Manager Gabriella Ottaiano to talk about her visit from Barstool's Dave Portnoy who gave the establishment an 8.9 pizza score.
Dat's Slamin host Joey Sousa takes a trip to Marlboro, New Jersey to experience the local diner of the town. Owner Kara Petrou supplies Joey with their most notable entrées and treats, including a burger, a milkshake, nachos, and much more.
Host Joey Sousa travels to the Alternate Ending Beer Co. in Aberdeen, New Jersey to talk with the owner, Scott Novick, on whether he felt like he had big shoes to fill turning a very historical movie theater into a brewery. Other interviews include the pub's chef, the partner of Talula's Pizza, and Joey is even joined by the special guest of the venue's "Number One" customer during the food tasting.
Ay, caramba! Dat's Slamin host Joey Sousa gains access to an early sneak peek for a limited-time engagement at the Springfield Mall in Springfield, Pennsylvania. Joe McCullough and Jeff Whalen transformed an open spot inside the mall into an exact replica of Moe's Tavern from the hit animated series, The Simpsons.
Within a last-minute occurrence, host Joey Sousa learned that the Freehold food truck for Cousins Maine Lobster was making a stop at the Bennetts Mills Plaza in Jackson, New Jersey, so he was tempted to taste some delicious lobster-inspired entrées along with meeting the truck's owners, Savas and Victoria.
Within a new face-off food challenge, Dat's Slamin's host Joey Sousa takes his film crew on an explicit mission to evaluate which fast food restaurant has the best chicken nuggets to offer from Mc Donalds, Burger King, Wendy's & Popeyes.
Located in the middle of Oceanport, New Jersey, host Joey Sousa graces with his presence during the "Surf & Turf Seafood Festival" at the Monmouth Park Racetrack to sample several of the distinctive refreshments offered by the trucks.
While traveling into Morganville, NJ our host Joey Sousa stops by a local bagel place called “Everything Bagels and Café,” and the owners, Mike Paccino and Brian Campbell, demonstrate and reveal that their shop has a lot to it than just bagels.
Your Sister's Balls is a meatball business started by Nicole Montecalvo and her mother, Debra Visciano, as her partner, and her sister, Jackie Barbarino cooking in the kitchen. The menu is inspired by family recipes: meatballs made from beef, sausage, seafood, and chicken stuffed with mozzarella, all of which come with bread for dipping.
Within almost a whole year of production for this episode, Joey Sousa first stops at the Brick location for the Mystic Lobster Roll Company, but then later reunites with the owners after the opening of their Montclair district.