Big Restaurant Bet, the latest food competition show on Food Network, premieres on Tuesday, April 5, at 10:00 p.m. ET. In Big Restaurant Bet, chef, restaurateur, and Food Network star Geoffrey Zakarian (Chopped, The Next Iron Chef) is looking for the next rising star in the food business in whom to invest $250,000. The competition show will put eight talented chefs through a series of challenges to determine who has the stuff to run their first restaurant. Read on to learn how to stream the Big Restaurant Bet without cable, as well as how to watch past seasons.
- When does Big Restaurant Bet Premiere: Big Restaurant Bet premieres on Tuesday, April 5, at 10:00 p.m. ET
- When do New Episodes of Big Restaurant Bet air: Big Restaurant Bet airs on Tuesdays.
- TV Network: Big Restaurant Bet airs on Food Network.
- Best Way to Stream Live: The best way to watch Big Restaurant Bet is on Philo (Free Trial)
How You Can Watch Big Restaurant Bet
Below are all the ways you can watch Big Restaurant Bet as it airs without cable.
Philo is the Cheapest Way to Watch Big Restaurant Bet
The most affordable way to watch Big Restaurant Bet without cable is by subscribing to the streaming service Philo. For just $25 a month, you get over 60 channels, including Food Network. The service includes a cloud DVR so you can record episodes and watch them later. Philo offers a seven-day free trial. Cancel within the trial period, and you will not be charged. If you continue your subscription, you can cancel at any time as there is no long-term contract.
You can also use your Philo credentials to sign on to the Food Network app and watch Big Restaurant Bet on-demand. For information, check out our review, which includes a list of all channels available on Philo. Philo supports the Apple iPhone and iPad (running iOS 9 or newer), Android phones and tablets (running 5.0 or newer), Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast. See our review of Philo for details.
Watch Big Restaurant Bet on Hulu
Hulu is another way you can stream current episodes of Big Restaurant Bet. Previously Hulu was known for its vast on-demand streaming library. However, they have added a Hulu Live TV service for $69.99 per month that lets you watch channels like Food Network live. Hulu Live TV is one of the best live TV streaming services available. It includes the following features:
- Unlimited cloud DVR storage. (Recordings save for 9 months)
- Watch on 2 screens at once. (Upgrades available)
- Comes with 6 customizable profiles
- Includes entire Hulu streaming library
Hulu runs on Roku, Fire TV Devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and more. Check out our full review of Hulu Live TV for more details.
Watch Big Restaurant Bet on Vidgo
Vidgo is a newer streaming service that offers fairly competitive pricing over other live streaming services. Vidgo includes Food Network in its Core package, along with over 60 other channels. New customers can sign up for the Core Plan for $59.95 per month. (They offer discounted promo pricing for your first three months.)
Vidgo doesn’t force you into a contract so that you can cancel any time. They do offer special pricing, which you can cancel at any time. Vidgo is supported on available on Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV. You can also stream the service on up to 3 devices at the same time. We have the full details in our guide to Vidgo’s live streaming service.
Big Restaurant Bet on FuboTV
FuboTV is an excellent place to go for sports, but it offers many other more general channels as well, including Food Network, so you can watch new episodes of Big Restaurant Bet when they air. fuboTV provides 70+ channels on its basic package for $69.99. The service includes:
- over 100 channels are available in fuboTV’s channel lineup
- You can watch it on three screens at the same time
- 250 hours of cloud DVR storage
- The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.
Big Restaurant Bet on Sling TV
One more price-conscious alternative is Sling TV. You can watch Big Restaurant Bet on Food Network with either its “Blue” or “Orange” package. Each is priced at $35 per month. Sling TV provides a live stream of Food Network, so you can watch Big Restaurant Bet just as if you had cable.
Sling TV is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more, so it’s not a problem to enjoy Big Restaurant Bet on a TV, tablet, computer, or other smart devices. There are more channels available on Sling TV than what I’ve mentioned here. To find out more about what Sling TV has to offer and more information about Sling TV device compatibility, check out this detailed review of Sling TV.
Big Restaurant Bet on DIRECTV STREAM
DIRECTV STREAM is another way you can watch Big Restaurant Bet. Channel packages with Food Network start at $69.99 per month. A subscription to DIRECTV STREAM includes the following:
- watch 20 streams simultaneously per subscription
- a cloud-based DVR
- channels like Food Network and more
- supported on Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and more
Big Restaurant Bet on YouTube TV
YouTube TV also offers Food Network so you can watch new episodes of Big Restaurant Bet. Included is a cloud DVR as well as limitless storage space for recording your shows. Your library of recorded shows can be streamed anywhere. In addition to several channels, YouTube TV includes a Personal Cloud DVR and YouTube Red original series. All this costs subscribers just $64.99 per month for six accounts.
- access to Food Network, Local Network Channels, and over 70 other channels
- unlimited cloud DVR storage
- stream on three devices at once
- YouTube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app has also returned to Roku devices after settling a dispute between the two companies.
- Includes YouTube TV on-demand
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