This trip, Guy's honing in on spots doing it different. In Syracuse, N.Y., the basement joint rockin' out waffles with their fried chicken, and with a full blown Thanksgiving dinner. In Hoboken, N.J., the Cuban joint goin' deep into the repertoire with a salt cured beef dish and all kinds of classic Cuban appetizers. And in Duck, N.C., the gas station turned gourmet seafood stand grilling up scallops and packin' a crab boil to-go.
This trip, Guy's got the goods on stick-to-your-ribs knockouts from the ski slopes to the sea. In Miami, Fla., the law student who switched out his suit for a chef coat is killing it with all kinds of comfort food like spicy oxtail and big ragu. In Park City, Utah, the local boy serving low brow gourmet grub like the signature chivito club and chicken bowl with rice, and the mom and pop ski lodge keepin' the snow bunnies fed on flavorful favorites like pork osso buco, vegetarian mushroom stroganoff and crispy pork belly.
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 explores some traditional eats alongside unique newcomers. In Santa Barbara, Calif., the neighborhood deli pulling in locals and celebrities for pastrami crammed into the pastrami dog and a PLT. In Charleston, S.C., a young chef bringin' a Caribbean twist to an old gas station with favorites like braised pork tacos and jerk chicken sandwich. And in Vancouver, British Columbia, the sandwich joint scratch makin' everything on the line, from the porchetta sandwich to the unique bacon maple ice cream sandwich.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' the road for some outrageous seafood and tasty bird. In Des Moines, the trophy-winning barbecue joint smokin' up all kinds of unique wings and dishing out an out-of-bounds apple dumpling dessert. Across town in West Des Moines, a real deal Ecuadorian spot cookin' up authentic specialties like chicken with rice and pork with hominy. And in Eugene, Ore., the seafood market serving up totally fresh caught Dungeness crab and a legit Cajun crawfish pie.
Guy Fieri heads for three great diners that viewers e-mailed to recommend: In Baltimore, a gleaming, family-run place with a huge menu ranging from burgers, to goulash, to home made shrimp creole; in Salt Lake City, the diner that's heavy on tattoos and 1940s decor, where they're brining their own corned beef for hash, and smoking their own salmon; and in Minneapolis, the diner run by a CIA trained chef, whose specialties now include fried pickles and chicken and waffles.
Guy Fieri tracks down fast food done right: In New Mexico, the fifty-four-year-old drive-in that's legendary for Green Chile Cheeseburgers; In Omaha, the taqueria where they're deep frying tacos -- from homemade tortillas; and in Connecticut, the hot dog joint that started as a truck, where a trained chef is turning out all kinds of scratch made combo dogs.
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's gettin' into the heart of some long-standing traditions. In Miami, Fla., the Asian fusion spot delivering the bomb dot com Brussels sprouts and going all out ducky on the sous vide sammie. In Eureka, Calif., the soul food spot takin' a page out of grandma's cookbook with down home favorites like jerk fried chicken and shrimp and crawfish etouffee. And in midtown New York, the Italian pizza maker schooling Guy and Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian on the authentic Neapolitan technique behind standout pizzas like pistacchio e salsiccia and montanara starita.
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling across the country to dig deep into deep-fried favorites. From surf to turf and from appetizers to the main event, these sizzling sensations are too tempting to pass up.
Break out the bacon — it's pork time! In this porktastic one-hour special, Guy is hitting up all-things swine and dine. From Connecticut to Cali, international favorites to down-home American classics, Guy's digging into pork in more tasty ways than you'd ever imagine. Whether pulled or baked, stuffed in a sandwich or piled high on a pie, these off-the-hook pork dishes are sure to get the flavor jets going.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up some spots serving comfort food kicked up a notch. In Long Beach, Calif., the old school diner with a new school chef, cooking up home-style favorites like pot roast and scones with a twist. In Jackson, Wyo., the pizza joint slicing up mouthwatering pies topped with everything from pesto and chicken to spicy sausage and marinara. And in Monterey, Calif., the brewhouse crankin' out big time bar food like parmesan pretzels and short rib grilled cheese.
This trip, Guy's heading southwest for a flavor-filled tour of sunny Arizona. First, the real deal Italian market making an authentic beef specialty straight from the mother country. Also in Scottsdale, a pitstop at the funky gas station/barbecue cafe dishin' out the bomb brisket alongside a host of handcrafted fuel — yes, fuel. And in Phoenix, the out-of-the-box burger joint serving up all kinds of crazy culinary creations.
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 rolls out to great joints with international favorites including a Sacramento storefront where a French chef is serving home made pate'; Basque specialties at a local place in Idaho; And near Palm Beach, FL, Latin-infused favorites cooked up in a converted truck.
Guy checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.
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 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.
Guy Fieri rolls in for a world of flavor: In Phoenix, a family-owned joint where five sisters are cranking out authentic Mexican tacos; In Seattle, an auto shop turned Greek restaurant serving gyros and flaming cheese like mom used to make; and in San Francisco, a little Italian place making grandpa's bolognese and clams with linguine.
Guy Fieri hits three joints with the same name twice -- Pok Pok, Tap Tap and Niko Nikos. In Houston, an old gas station serving up authentic Greek specialties including moussaka, gyros and honey-drenched donut holes called loukoumades; In Miami Beach, Fla., a Haitian restaurant doing a classic marinated pork and a one-of-a kind watercress sauce -- all from scratch; and in Portland, Ore., a walk-up or dine-in place where they're making all kinds of Asian, from Thai marinated boar to Vietnamese chicken wings.
Guy Fieri checks out some longtime favorites. In Cleveland, an Italian joint where the same family has been making pizza, meatballs and chicken parmesan for more than 50 years; In Buffalo, a 50-year-old diner where they're smoking their own bacon and making ham and red-eye gravy from scratch; and in Attleboro, Mass., a local landmark since 1911, serving New England classics like French meat pie and Fisherman's stew.
This trip Guy's pulling up for all kinds of sandwiches. In Minneapolis, a tiny breakfast and lunch spot serving up a scratch made meatloaf sandwich topped with cranberry compote. In Spokane, a pub putting their spin on a Reuben with homemade sauerkraut. And in North Wildwood, N.J., a whole bunch of Triple D fans show Guy their favorite hot dog joint.
This trip Guy's pulling up for favorites the way they've always been done. In Kittery, Maine, a roadside shack serving the same fried clam recipe since 1956. In Washington, DC, a self-proclaimed dive that's been a go to burger spot on Capitol Hill since '47. And in Anaheim, California, a 45-year-old, third-generation, Italian joint doing sauces, pizzas and parmesans ... all from scratch.
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 rolling out for comfort food done right. In Indianapolis, a dog-friendly neighborhood joint doing their Bark Lard BLT with homemade bacon. In New Orleans, a place from the 1890s where they're still reinventing classics like jambalaya and green bean casserole. And in Winters, Calif., a little spot off the beaten path doing wood fired pizza.
This trip, Guy's hitting the road for joints taking childhood favorites to a gourmet level. In Denver, the old-time bar going all-out homemade on the tater tots, the pork rinds and a monster pastrami sandwich. And in Tacoma, the neighborhood spot turning out pork shoulder tacos, elk sliders and tater tots stuffed with parmesan cheese.
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.