Chef Emeril Lagasse heads to Beantown to check out three of Boston's timeless restaurants. Emeril visits the Union Oyster House, the oldest, continually-running restaurant in America, where he samples their renowned stuffed lobster, filled with whitefish, scallops, crab and shrimp. He also samples the city's namesake baked beans. Then it's on to Doyle's Cafe, where the beer has been flowing and the regulars have been debating politics and sports since 1882. It was also the first bar in the world to serve Sam Adams beer. Finally, Emeril returns to the place where he began his career as a sous chef in 1979: Parker's Restaurant. It's just like old times as Emeril and the house chef whip up some Boston scrod and a batch of their famous Parker House rolls. And no trip would be complete without indulging in their legendary Boston Cream Pie, which was invented at Parker's Restaurant in 1855.