Clips from Road Trip Masters Season 2
Nick & Brian check out the Latchis Hotel near the Connecticut River in Brattleboro VT. The historic Art Deco rooms and theatre are living monuments to America’s golden age.
Brian and Nick pull the Caddy up to this awesome counter serve BBQ joint. Owner Jonathan gives them a tour and shows them how it’s done.
Brian drops in and meets with the fabulous chef/owner of the Villa Vosilla, Dr. Lee. See firsthand how they prepare their delicious, fresh homemade duxelles mushroom tortellini.
Nick and Brian head out to Ashtabula County Ohio to meet Nate Bissell, a fan who wrote into the show. They get a tour and learn how bourbon barrel aged syrup is made.
Nick and Brian check into the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place. Chef Nate shows them how local pepperoni rolls are made and they sample their delicious smoked bourbon.
ries on some Harley swag and finds the bike of his dreams at the Triple S Harley-Davidson Shop in Morgantown, WV. He tests out one of the motorcycles on display.
The guys check out some very interesting artifacts that Jamestown Rediscovery has unearthed over the past 20 years from the original site of the first permanent English settlement in America.
Nick and Brian road trip to the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee where they find picturesque Bavarian architecture and lushly landscaped gardens at The Inn at Christmas Place.
Head Chef Sutat prepares his Red Snapper dish. Brian and owner Stephanie visit the local farm where the super fresh ingredients for the dish are sourced.
Nick sits down with co-owner Glen of the Scribner’s Catskill Lodge to learn what this cozy hideaway in Hunter, NY has to offer.
Dr. Lee makes his market fresh veal scallopini "with love" then welcomes Brian to experience their warm European tradition of serving guests as family at Ladoria Ristorante.
Nick talks with Scott & Kate, owners of Vineyard Woods Premier Lodging. More than 15 Ohio wineries are within 8 miles from this tranquil, private getaway.
Chef-Owner Bron shows Brian how he makes their delicious seafood steamer with special "Hot Mess" sauce at his restaurant overlooking beautiful Cheat Lake.
Nick and Brian trade in their tricorn hats for some golf visors and check out the Kingsmill Resort on the James River, home to two championship golf courses and a world-class spa.
Brian meets with Executive Chef Steven Sowell of The Hound's Tale, who prepares their delectable grilled skirt steak with mushroom, potato and brussel sprout hash and chimichurri.
Brian and Nick go zorbing at the Outdoor Gravity Park in Pigeon Forge, an amazing adventurous attraction straight out of New Zealand, at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains.