Tampa Bay eateries featured on Man vs. Food Nation tonight on the Travel Channel

Local wrestling duo The Nasty Boys also make an appearance in the episode, taking on Richman in a pro wrestling ring.


Rapscallions and Skipper's will both be throwing shindigs tonight to celebrate their 15 minutes of fame, offering plenty of specials. Festivities at Rapscallions will begin at 8 p.m. with a $12.99 all-you-can-eat wing bar and $1 domestic drafts; Skipper's will be offering two-for-one admission to the Island Nite event (taking place later in the evening) if patrons order either the grouper reuben or gator ribs.


See the episode highlights and behind-the-scenes photos here on the Travel Channel's website and catch the show tonight on these local stations: Brighthouse 54 (standard), 1267 (HD)and Verizon 170 (standard), 1623 (standard), 670 (HD).

Aguila Sandwich Shop:
3200 W Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, 813-876-4022
Rapscallions: 4422 Land O Lakes Blvd., Land O Lakes, 813-235-6511, rapscallions.net
Skipper's Smokehouse: 910 Skipper Rd., Tampa, 813-971-0666, skipperssmokehouse.com


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Back in February, Adam Richman — the host of the Travel Channel's Man vs. Food who is known for taking on ridiculous food challenges — and his crew visited a few of our favorite eateries in Tampa Bay for the new, revamped season of his show, Man vs. Food Nation.

The episode will air tonight at 9 p.m. (EST) and feature Adam's foodie ventures to Aguila Sandwich Shop in West Tampa, where he scarfed down their 12-inch Cuban sandwich, Rapscallions in Land O' Lakes, where he took on the Davy Jones Hot Wing Challenge, and to Skipper's Smokehouse in North Tampa where Richman sampled the grouper reuben and gator ribs.

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