One of the hottest shows on The Cooking Channel is traveling back to Savannah for their Tuesday episode.

"Burgers, Brew & 'Que," which featured the Hostess City in July with a stop at Dark Shark - Taco Attack, is coming back to Savannah for Tuesday's episode, which will feature The Ordinary Pub and their pork belly donut sliders. In its third season, the show follows Symon as his road trips around America and tries the classics: burgers and barbecue. After that, he washes it all down with some local beers and brews.


Here is the full synopsis for the episode:

Beef, Belly, Bacon and Bourbon

In Savannah, Ga., Michael Symon starts with sweet and savory pork belly sliders with bacon jam and bourbon sauce, nestled inside a fluffy doughnut bun. Then in Portland, Ore., eggs baked in a tomato and pepper stew make the best shakshuka in the city. And finally in Miami, alligator ribs smothered in honey mustard barbecue sauce are an exotic ode to uniquely Southern 'que.

Owner Mike Vaudrin said it was the show filmed at the Ordinary Pub in April, along with Dark Shark and Treylor Park, and it was the first time they've allowed a show to film at the restaurant and the decision was made mainly out of the respect for host Michael Simon and his staff. "This one seemed different. Chef Simon is a real chef and has been in the kitchen a lot," Vaudrin said. "He was really conscious of the effect on the restaurant."

Vaudrin said Simon was incredibly hands-on with the meal he helped prepare with their executive chef, Chef Grizz, going out to customers later that day. "Our chef and this team have worked their tails off to bring this culinary experience," he said. "Having them get recognized (with the show) is huge."

Don't expect too much fanfare on Tuesday at The Ordinary Pub when the episode premieres as Vaudrin said it would be business as usual with Taco Tuesday on the mind, but he expects to DVR and watch the full episode after the shift ends with his staff.

"Burgers, Brew & 'Que" airs on The Cooking Channel on Tuesday at 9 p.m.