Guy Fieri checks out some great family-run joints including a Baltimore favorite for pit beef with Ace of Cakes Duff Goldman. Next in Miami, visit a stop with recipes all the way from Puerto Rico and in Salt Lake City, a classic drive in burger joint.
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'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 Fieri's parkin' at joints that are serving up big flavor in small towns. From old-school to new twists, these places have put themselves on the map with their killer grub. So get ready head out of the city for standout spots all over America that are worth the extra drive!
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into some winner winner chicken dinners! In Maui, Hawaii, it's a star-studded stop at Mick Fleetwood's joint serving the rocker's mom's favorite chicken, plus a dish that musician Sammy Hagar dives right into. Then, a Hawaiian-Thai food truck stuffin' their wings and fryin' their ribs to perfection. And in Palm Springs, Calif., a hot dog spot going meatless with their chili dog and putting a big twist on chicken and waffles.
This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.
This trip, Guy's cruisin' through Hawaii for an authentic taste of Oahu. In Waipahu, the family-run Filipino joint serving up scratch-made favorites straight outta mama's cookbook like the lechon special and pork adobo fried rice. In Kailua, the tiny cafe serving up modern twists on Hawaiian classics like red curry fish and the super flavorful Mandarin duck confit. And on the windward side of the island, in Kaneohe, the tiny authentic Hawaiian drive-in where a world-class chef is crankin' out crazy fresh fish like pan-fried ono and signature ahi cakes.
Guy hits the road for some local flavor. In Lexington, South Carolina, a farmer's market/restaurant, where the collard greens are right off the farm. In Lackawanna, New York, an Italian joint serving scratch made lasagna loaded with stuffed peppers. And in Honolulu, Hawaii, a local favorite where the chef is putting a fresh spin on a Hawaiian fish classic called poke.
This trip, Guy's going big on the pig. In Colorado Springs, a funky food truck serving their pork fusion on loaded platters and Colombian arepas. In Minneapolis, an Asian joint tucked away in a grocery store dishing out barbecued pork and pork belly ramen. And across town, a smokehouse firin' up killer wings and a hearty porchetta sandwich.
Guy Fieri searches out some classic joints cranking out classic food: A 60-year-old Pennsylvania Diner transplanted to Miami's South Beach, with a classic diner menu, and some other specialties you wouldn't expect to find here; in Topeka, Kan., a drive-in straight out of the fifties, where the burgers and fries still come to your car, but they're also making apple pie from scratch. And the oldest restaurant in Memphis, a classic southern tea room from 1918 -- with a classic southern menu, and an international twist.
This trip, Guy Fieri's pickin' up everything from burgers to buns to bagels. In Portsmouth, N.H., an amped-up deli serving up lights-out lamb burgers and righteous ribs. In Los Angeles, a Koreatown favorite loadin' up Asian buns and a unique bacon-corn bar dish. And in Plainsboro, N.J., a world-class bagel shop spicing up their specialty and topping things off with Jersey's famous pork roll.
This trip, Guy Fieri's heating up with some spice and cooling off with some ice. In Cathedral City, Calif., a barbecue joint pilin' up the meats and firin' up their "flamethrower." And in Norfolk, Va., a wild wing spot going big with their buffalo and killing it with their Cajun. Then, in Maui, Hawaii, a funky place dishin' out the bomb lobster grilled cheese followed up by a tropical shaved ice specialty.
Guy Fieri samples fast food done right; In Houston, TX a joint in an old grocery store for wild burger toppings; In Milwaukee, a corner café putting a twist on classic; And in Reseda, CA, hot dogs deep fried, wrapped in bacon and even in burritos.
Guy Fieri heads out for serious fast food. He visits a Naraganset, R.I., joint with more than 20 burgers on the menu; a place in Eagle Rock, Calif., slow-smoking barbequed pork; a family-run taqueria in Rosenberg, Texas, where dessert is something called a "snoball."
This trip Guy pulls in for a world of taste. In Los Angeles, California, an El Salvadoran place making traditional stuffed tortillas and a pork stew called Adobada. In Reno, Nevada, a Basque joint serving oxtail bourguignon family style. And in Jacksonville, FL, a tapas café doing scratch made Spanish chorizo with honey sautéed pears.
This trip Guy checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, DC, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce. In Kansas City, Missouri, a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Massachusetts, a seafood shack doing a lobster martini ... and yes, it comes with a claw.
In Dundalk, Md., the Greek diner decked out in neon and servin' up family recipes like Yia Yia's grape leaves. In Oxnard, Calif., the jack of all trades joint is baking, brewing, and cooking all in the same restaurant and servin' up some creative burgers like lamb burger with red pepper relish. And in Charleston, S.C., southern heritage meets culinary creativity at this mom and pop joint, with favorites like deep fried pork chops with sweet and spicy pepper jelly.
This trip Guy's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.
This trip, Guy's meeting up with credible combos. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the barbecue joint mashin' up a variety of styles for their unique wings and their big time beef ribs. And in Manteo, N.C., the husband and wife tag-teaming in the kitchen to deliver on soft shell crab quesadilla, tuna tacos, and shrimp and chorizo.
This trip, Guy's getting up close to some serious gourmet grub. In Chicago, the brewhouse serving up beer to go with mussels, a mega brisket sandwich, and their version of headcheese. And in Austin, Texas, the open kitchen kickin' out cheesy popovers and tasty shellfish.
This trip Guy's warming up with some standout specialties. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the mom and pop diner flipping a skillet apple waffle with pancetta and deep-frying breakfast empanadas. And in Grandy, N.C., the farm to table German joint rolling out the Reubens and a cheesy baked potato soup.
This trip, Guy's checkin' in on tasty joints run by food fanatics. In Memphis, the chef-slash-farmer's market guru running a farm to table spot serving up a whole lot of classic comfort from meatloaf to sloppy joes to catfish. And in Providence, the real deal family run Italian deli scratch-making meat tortellini and curing their own bresaola meats.
This trip Guy's meeting some masters of meat. In Compton, Calif., the Texas-inspired barbecue joint smokin' pork ribs and putting smoked turkey necks in the collard greens. In Denver the beer and pizza joint whipping up a unique bowl of mac 'n cheese and topping pizzas with beer braised brisket. And in Philadelphia a restaurant veteran serving up all kinds of fresh 'cue, from the chopped brisket sandwich to a Vietnamese-inspired pork belly sandwich.
This trip, Guy's signing up for a meat-crazed master class. In Portland, Ore., the craft-cooking family joint with a chef who butchers, cures, preserves and smokes everything in-house, from headcheese to great-grandma's fried chicken recipe. In San Carlos, Calif., the pastrami-crazed neighborhood spot crankin' out burgers, cheesesteaks and signature sammies.
This trip, Guy's headed south of the border to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. On the town's main drag, the taco joint that's turning out totally fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces that'll knock your socks off. On the marina, the all day spot dishin' up stuffed fish with lobster sauce and a unique spin on French toast. And down the dock, another marina favorite serving up a taquito trifecta alongside super fresh sushi with Mexican flair.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's diving into joints servin' up spectacular surf and tasty turf. There's bison pastrami and smoked white fish in Duluth, Minn., crab cakes and pork belly in New Jersey, Creole shrimp and prime rib in Mississippi and clam linguine and elk ravioli in Seattle. KISS's Gene Simmons crashes a Hawaiian joint in Los Angeles serving a meat-fish combo, and in Havana, Cuba, they're making regional specialties including lobster cooked with something unexpected.
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.