Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise” to film segment on Dysart’s

Dysart’s Restaurant announced on Monday that the Travel Channel program “Food Paradise” will film a segment at the truck stop and eatery on Tuesday, July 10. A camera crew will be on hand from noon until late afternoon to film some of the treats coming out of the kitchen, and diners in the establishment.

According to a post on Dysart’s Facebook page, “Food Paradise” will be focusing on Dysart’s famous comfort food menu item, pot roast. “Food Paradise” travels around the U.S.A., trying to find the best of the best of classic and regional dishes, from burgers and barbecue to breakfast and ice cream. Dysart’s will be the first Maine location featured on the show. The show airs now as a special feature at different times of year.

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