This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing everything from brunch to burgers! In Louisville, Ky., a breakfast-lunch spot crankin' out southern comfort, like lamb grits and fried bologna. Then, an eclectic burger joint cooking up a pork belly Cuban and killer veggie burger. And in Portland, Ore., a diner-restaurant mashup dishin' out decadent donut sliders and chicken and waffles with a kick.
This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos. In Minneapolis, a nationally-acclaimed bar known for its eclectic mix of polka and pierogi. And in Portsmouth, Va., a decades-old fried chicken joint crankin' out their original recipe.
This trip, Guy Fieri's visiting spots keepin' up with their family ties. In Pleasantville, N.J., a wife carries on her husband's legacy with his down-home chicken and waffles and righteous ribs. In Baltimore, an inherited breakfast-lunch joint still servin' their noteworthy coconut cream French toast and crab cake po' boys. And in Colorado Springs, southern family recipes mark a barbecue spot piling up a "sloppy pig" sandwich and scratch-made meatloaf.
In this one-hour special, Guy hits up a diverse roster of totally righteous Vegas joints pulling out all the stops, like out-of-this world finger foods at Bachi Burger, the generations-old butcher shop slingin' killer ribs at John Mull's Meats and Road Kill Grill, and the legendary spot that was one of DDD's very first restaurants ever featured — Four Kegs Sports Pub, where they're servin' up all kinds of Italian favorites. Then he's headed over to the Bulgarian joint, Forte European Tapas Bar and Bistro, and a trip to Vegas wouldn't be complete without a trip to Guy's alma mater, UNLV, where Guy's checkin' in with the culinary department and cookin' up Thai Shrimp with Sticky Rice. You can put your money on it — the culinary side of Vegas is a full spread of winners.
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's toppin' off some righteous dishes with all kinds of sauce. In Cincinnati, the funky cafe putting their creative spin on barbecue chicken and vegan chili. In Boston, the neighborhood spot spicing up everything from lemongrass chicken to sloppy Joe's with some killer specialty sauces. And in Jackson, Wyo., the century-old log cabin housing an eclectic menu of totally homemade standouts, like scratch-made ramen and pork ragu.
This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a far out taste of both coasts. In Bakersfield, Calif., the 75-year-old steakhouse firing up savory stuffed pork chops and legit lobster mac 'n cheese. Across town, the Latin-American fusion joint cranking out chicken and tri-tip with a south-of-the-border spin. And in Somers Point, N.J., the sandwich spot serving up all kinds of crazy combos, like a killer crab melt and the bomb pork belly reuben.
This trip, Guy's pulling up for a different kind of fast food. In Honolulu, a 48-year-old drive-in where burgers and dogs come with rice and macaroni salad. In Duluth, Minn., a deli on the north shore of Lake Superior where you can grab fresh smoked fish, for here or to go. And all over Los Angeles, a taco truck doing Chinese-Mexican fusion.
This trip, Guy Fieri's ordering the last course first and diving into a full hour of dynamite desserts. Coast to coast, he'll be grabbing everything from pies to pudding and righteous rolls to frozen favorites. Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth on these decadent dishes!
This trip, Guy's hitting up classic, real-deal burger joints. From California to New Jersey, Minnesota to Oklahoma, it's all about the all-American favorite. They're pilin' them up in Ann Arbor, Mich., stuffin' them in Illinois, and servin' them with a skirt in Sacramento, Calif. Plus, there's a peanut butter burger in Indiana and a mac attack near Boston, so get ready to go old school at these A-plus local landmarks!
This trip, Guy Fieri's stopping in small towns to dig in to big-time eats. In Raymond, N.H., a blow-your-mind butchery loadin' up their burgers and crankin' out scratch-made corn dogs. In Vincentown, N.J., a multi-generational diner making mile-high meatloaf and a triple-decker apple pie French toast. And in Rocky Hill, N.J., a 1700s inn turned gastropub dishin' out a tomato twist on burgers and a funky spin on disco fries.
This trip, Guy Fieri's celebrating homeland favorites from all kinds of diverse cultures. In Richfield, Minn., the Mexican restaurant-market combo dishing out real-deal tacos al pastor and carnitas tamales. In Denver, the Greek joint cooking up lights-out lamb ribs and a unique dessert specialty. And in Atlanta, the Southern spot serving up their spin on shrimp and grits, plus legit biscuits and gravy.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.
Guy Fieri goes 'round the clock at some great joints with great food at any hour of the day: The San Diego diner where they're flying fresh seafood in from New England; the 68-year-old Chicago institution where 3AM means veal parm and short rib dinners; and the Philadelphia diner that's still doing scrapple and creamed chipped beef.
Guy Fieri checks out some longtime joints at the heart of their communities.
Guy Fieri checks out some beloved local places: In San Rafael, Calif., a Puerto Rican restaurant serving an adobo steak sandwich and a kind of lasagna made with plantains; in Connecticut, a pub on a beached barge where bar food means steak au poivre and clams casino; and in Portland, Ore., a family-owned meat market and deli where they're making hot dogs from scratch.
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.
Guy Fieri checks out breakfast from east to southwest: In New Orleans, a juice bar making bagels from scratch, and homemade lox; a New Mexico roadhouse mixing Philly food with Southwestern favorites; and in Pittsburgh, a family joint scratch making pancakes with everything from peanut butter to pumpkin.
Guy Fieri discovers real deal dishes born elsewhere: In Norwalk, CT , a small place making authentic Venezuelan fast food; In Minneapolis, a Lebanese restaurant serving all of Moms favorites like lamb tongue; And in Chicago, a pizza joint famous for its thin crust pies.
This trip, Guy's tasting his way through the day. In Tampa Bay, Fla., authentic Mexican street food for the lunch crowd is served out of bus, crankin' out favorites like butternut squash tostadas. In Virginia Beach, Va., dinner at this popular seafood joint includes totally fresh oysters Rockefeller. And in San Antonio, a breakfast joint servin' up waffles filled with bacon and an old school pfannkuchen from a decades-old recipe.
This trip Guy's rolling out for all kinds of flavor. In Duluth, a local favorite where they're scratch baking banana cream pie and serving grass-fed, bison pot roast. In Arlington, Va., a diner home-cooking the classics from French toast to leg of lamb. And in Berkeley, Calif., a neighborhood cafe seasoning pork with coconut curry and making pie with apples and grapes.
This trip Guy's heading out for some global flavor. In Brighton, Colo., a German joint specializing in homemade kraut and its own take on a kraut burger. In San Antonio, a Moroccan family restaurant doing the Moroccan Friday night favorite: couscous. And in Tampa, a taco to go spot that's brought the California classic fish taco 3,000 miles east.
This trip Guy's rolling in for scratch made done right. In East Boston, Mass., a second-generation Italian joint doing lobster ravioli with homemade pasta and fresh New England lobster. In Saint Paul, a burger joint stuffing double patties with everything from cheese to short ribs. And in Linden, N.J., the little diner that more than could.
This trip, Guy's got his sight set on food with international influence. In Richardson, Texas, the Lebanese joint going big when it comes to stacking the schwarma. In Las Vegas, the burger spot mixing up meat with an Asian twist. And in New York City, the Druze way of perfecting the pita.
This trip, Guy's going off the strip and digging into Las Vegas. There's the dive bar dishing out real deal food from Buffalo, N.Y. Then, a Bulgarian tapas joint serving up layers and layers of European comfort food. Plus, a visit to Guy's alma mater, UNLV, that has him back in class cooking with the school's newest crop of culinary talent.
This trip, Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour through Tuscany, Italy. In Montecatini Alto, the hillside seafood spot serving up a squid ink specialty and a Mediterranean prawn-artichoke mashup. To the west in Collodi, Guy swings through the "birthplace of Pinocchio" to reunite with an old buddy dishing out legit spaghetti and outrageous lamb. Then, Guy's headed south for a bucket list experience of truffle hunting in the mountains of San Miniato. And finally to Lucca for one last stop, at a true Tuscan joint cooking up all kinds of totally fresh pasta with mussels and an out of bounds oxtail tortelli.
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.