This trip, Guy Fieri's getting right to the meat of the matter with some carnivore creations. In Portland, Ore., a bomb butchery puttin' out porchetta and a unique style of prosciutto. In Louisville, Ky., a righteous barbecue joint rubbing down the wings and the ribs. And in Hamilton, N.J., a cafe serving their spin on a steak sandwich and chicken panini.
This trip, Guy's gettin' a taste of New York in and out of the Big Apple. In Eureka, Calif., the Bronx-bred pizza maker bringing unique Neapolitan-style pies to northern California. In Queens, N.Y., the filmmaker turned chef making a huge proposal and kickin' out killer dishes like the spicy atomic fireballs. And in New York's Lower East Side, the farm to table spot taking fresh and local to a whole new level, servin' up standout seasonal sammies like the winter pig.
This trip, Guy Fieri's digging in to stick-to-your-ribs comfort food. In Atlanta, the down-home joint cooking up righteous chicken and biscuits and house-cured lox, where he's joined by former NFL player Jamal Lewis. Across town, the twin-brother team firing up Southern grub like brisket burger and chicken-fried ribs, where he meets up with TV host Rutledge Wood. And in Fort Collins, Colo., the funky cafe serving up vegetarian specialties like tomatillo and chickpea pizza and a savory cauliflower steak.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing all kinds of cosmopolitan comfort food. In Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a righteous joint puttin' a New England spin on corned beef and cabbage, plus a fresh take on stroganoff. In Los Angeles, a mother-daughter team dishing out authentic Ethiopian specialties. And in Minneapolis, an over-the-top hot dog spot loadin' up with beef, sausage and even lamb poutine.
This trip Guy discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.
This trip, Guy Fieri's firin' up big time barbecue all over the country. Of course there's killer 'cue cooking up in Texas, Memphis, and North Carolina... but how about ribs and collards in Compton, Calif. and southern-style sandwiches in Philadelphia? Plus, all the fan favorites like the bomb brisket, off-the-chain chicken, and lights-out pulled pork. So get your bib on and dig in to this saucy, smoky special!
This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into a righteous mashup of flavors. In Orlando, Fla., a potato-centric palace dishing out hearty Brazilian specialties. Then, Joey Fatone is riding shotgun to his very own hot dog hangout. And in Palm Springs, Calif., a dynamite deli serving up real-deal latkes and turkey pastrami.
This trip, Guy Fieri's finding a desert treasure and island flavor. In Palm Desert, Calif., a breakfast-lunch cafe dishin' out a righteous rib melt and nostalgic breakfast tarts. In Maui, Hawaii, a funky gluten-free spot making full-flavored pizza and fish and chips. And in Virginia Beach, Va., a crazy Caribbean joint serving up jammin' jerk pork and mama's beef stew.
Guy Fieri finds local favorites from a third generation cafeteria outside Atlanta that serves Southern favorites, a Louisiana bar with a culinary school grad who's making everything from rabbit to turtle soup; and the Albuquerque, N.M. steakhouse you can enter through the liquor store.
This trip, Guy Fieri's divin' into menus boasting the bomb beef. In Minneapolis, the neighborhood gastropub serving up serious sandwiches piled with steak and braised beef. In Atlanta, the Jewish deli putting out a fish specialty alongside killer pastrami hash, where he's joined by his chef friend G. Garvin. And in Plymouth, Mass., the funky cafe dishin' out unique cheesesteak pretzels and a twist on traditional shepherd's pie.
This trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' from east to west for a taste of Asian and Americana. In Washington D.C., a funky underground joint serving knockout dumplings and the bomb ramen. In Ocean City, New Jersey, a pizza parlor firin' up cheeseburger and chicken vodka pies. And in Colorado Springs, a comfort food cafe going big with their Rocky Mountain roast beef and king-sized cinnamon rolls.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for some longtime traditions. In, Nashville, Tenn., a family-style restaurant is doing its James Beard Award-winning take on an old-school Southern classic - meat and three sides. On Saint Simons Island, Ga., see a barbecue joint where the pit master's smoking the old way - at a 1940s gas station. And in Wells, Maine, check out a local favorite from the ‘50s dishing up New England comfort food like Seafood Chowder and Lobster Pie.
This trip, Guy's rolling up to some joints pullin' out all the stops. In New York's East Village, the neighborhood spot plating up a standout burger worthy of a four star review. In Eureka, Calif., the popular hangout servin' up all kinds of local favorites fired up in the righteous oven, from roasted oysters to wild mushroom cobbler. And in Ridgewood, N.Y., the rocking Vietnamese joint in an obscure industrial park kickin' out authentic dishes like banh xeo and suon nuong xa.
Guy Fieri discovers great food at places you'd never expect to find it: The Minneapolis bowling alley serving up bison hash and trout-and-beet salad; the San Antonio joint located between a carwash and a laundromat, serving up homemade organic food; the Atlanta grocery store where they're cooking up classic dishes with big twists.
Guy Fieri uncovers some of the best of the best of the All American meal: burgers made fresh-ground from steak while patrons watch and available in 16 varieties at a San Francisco institution; stuffed burgers that are a signature dish of Minnesota's Twin Cities along with vinegar-blanched hand-cut fries; and 10-to-the-pound sliders, topped with almost anything, at an Ann Arbor, Michigan landmark, where the fried onion rings are legendary.
Guy Fieri uncovers some of America's greatest comfort food including a Baltimore cafe with a variety of French Toast, a third-generation family place in San Antonio with comfort food Texas style, a bakery-turned-restaurant in south Florida and a Huntington, W.V. cafe with home made cornbread.
Guy Fieri tracks down international dishes done Triple-D style: A combination Jamaican/Chinese joint in Florida; homemade Polish pierogi at a basic bar in Pittsburgh; and a Mexican restaurant in Utah where the specialty is seven kinds of mole.
Guy Fieri uncovers joints doin' things their own unique way; Near Salt Lake City, a retro joint makin' Mexican specialties like shark tacos; in Chicago, a diner doing fresh seafood 16 different ways; and in Omaha, a chef from Montreal is doing the Canadian take on Jewish deli.
Guy Fieri rolls back the clock at some joints that feel like they've been there forever; In San Diego, an overgrown coffee shop serving classics like chicken and dumplings for 60 years; a bar-turned-restaurant in Chicago's Little Italy, where the same family's been cranking out their favorites for three generations; and in Atlanta, a diner legendary for southern breakfasts for more than 50 years.
Guy Fieri meets cooks doing things their own way: In Flagstaff, Ariz., a family place where the beef stew is made from tenderloin; in San Diego, a restaurant in a fish market where two brothers insist their way is the only way to do fresh fish right; and in Chicago, at a dive bar where a heavy metal fan is turning out nearly two dozen different burgers named for rock bands.
This trip Guy's checking out the unexpected. In Merrick, N.Y., Italian family recipes -- in an old fast food joint. In Sacramento, Calif., a former Japanese grill turned diner where they're doing vegetarian beet sliders along with European classics like old school Rouladen. And in Superior, Wis., a bunch of Triple D fans take us to their favorite burger place, that even they call a dive.
This trip, Guy's got a line on some righteous sammies. In Austin, Texas, the gourmet sandwich shop slicin' up duck pastrami and a knuckle sandwich. In Las Vegas, the roast beef po' boy done the Cajun way. And in St. Paul, the burger joint reborn after a tragedy, grillin' up a new series of stuffed burgers.
This trip, Guy's pullin' right up to the window and digging in. In Austin, Texas, the tiny trailer serving up scratch-made sammies to customers on the street and in the bar next door. In Minneapolis, a food truck cranks out fresh lobster rolls that do double duty in a dive bar. And in Dallas, a side-of-the-road joint focuses on one thing only: burgers.
This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.
This trip, Guy's cruisin' the San Francisco coast for a diverse culinary road trip. First, Guy swings by the repurposed garage in the Mission District for some southern hospitality served up in braised beef short ribs and spicy shrimp and gravy. Then he's off to the NY-style deli crankin' out old-fashioned chicken noodle with matzo ball soup and potato latkes. And the food extravaganza ends at San Fran's food truck park, where the reinvented Japanese/Korean truck hooks Guy up with a totally unique take on Asian-fusion in the pork belly and short rib kojas.
This trip, Guy Fieri's going on an international flavorfest. In Key Largo, Fla., a real-deal Italian joint cookin' up outrageous veal and hearty truffle mac and cheese. In Stockton, Calif., a funky food truck dishing out a taste of Southeast Asia with their homemade rice noodle soup. And in San Francisco, a neighborhood legend servin' up Puerto Rican and Cuban favorites.
Host Guy Fieri takes a cross-country road trip to visit some of America's classic "greasy spoon" restaurants — diners, drive-ins and dives — that have been doing it right for decades.