This trip, Guy's checkin' out some joints that are kickin' the staples up a notch. In Minneapolis, there's a family-run Italian deli crankin' out what the locals love -- pizza and totally fresh pasta. And in Dallas, Guy's all-time favorite football player, Earl Campbell, joins Guy for real deal gumbo and burgers with brisket.
This trip, Guy Fieri's headed to Cincinnati to three righteous restaurants all sitting pretty on one street. First, the funky pub where a husband/wife duo's dishing out all kinds of creative hot dogs and sammies. Then, a real deal Belgian spot cooking up legit waffles and beer cheese pretzels. And, the Southwestern spot servin' up short rib tacos and a killer chicken torta.
This trip, Guy Fieri's parking the Camaro in Beantown for an all-Boston smorgasbord. Just outside the city in Allston, two restaurants sharing one kitchen cooking up totally different menus; Mexican street food on one side and gastropub standouts, like killer gravlax and dynamite chicken sausage, on the other. Then in South Boston, the authentic Polish restaurant dishing out righteous pierogi and an old-country fried pork favorite, where he's joined by Anthony Shriver, founder of Best Buddies International, and former NFL player Dan Koppen.
If there's one thing Guy could eat all day, it's Italian food. And on DDD, he's tasted all kinds of authentic varieties derived from all over the boot. From scratch-made tortellini and house-cured bresaola at the Italian Corner to the native Italian chef at Cafe Citti dishin' out polenta with porcini sauce to the decadent pork sandwiches at Marie's Italian Specialties. And who could forget the legendary lobster ravioli at Rino's Place, or the out of bounds beef cheek manicotti they're serving up at Torinos' at Home? These joints are cranking out homemade Italian dishes that'll rival Nonna's home cooking.
This trip, Guy's roundin' up the ultimate pizza party all over the nation. There's everything from classic Italian in Anaheim, Calif. to elk sausage in Idaho. Plus, Kansas City, Mo. curry, Mediterranean in Arizona, a monster pie in Denver, and funky chicken in Jackson, Wyo. So get ready for this pie-palooza, where the sauce is simmering and the dough is flying!
Guy Fieri rolls out to Kelly's Diner in Somerville, Mass. for the secrets of a fresh New England lobster roll; The Bay Way Diner in Linden, N.J. for oven roasted top round Philly cheese steak; and the Beacon Drive-in in Spartanburg, S.C., where the specialty is the A-Plenty, a meal or sandwich covered in French fries and homemade onion rings.
Guy Fieri discovers great local favorites including a Memphis joint where whole chickens are deep fried; in Virginia, near the Chesapeake, a place where a former boat captain serves classic crab cakes and in Omaha, a casual joint with serious food.
This trip, Guy's going for some unique chow. In Stillwater, Minn., get a pirate's take on barbecue and a sadist twist on hot wings. In Santa Rosa, Calif., Guy's own joint serves up his twist on Asian, Mexican and Italian. And in Portsmouth, Va., check out an epic hot dog joint turning its attention on chicken dumplings.
Guy checks out his own take on surf and turf. In Mayport, Fla., a 40-year-old fish shack getting shrimp fresh off the boat every day, and serving it nine different ways. In Manhattan Beach, Calif., a surf town cafe where the homemade menu goes from Italian pasta to Kahlua Pig Egg Rolls. And in Reno, Nev., a 54-year-old western diner doing beef-burgers by the pound.
Guy Fieri rolls in for old favorites -- some with a twist. In San Francisco he visits a neighborhood diner spicing, roasting and smoking fresh pork; in Western New York, a 37-year-old joint turning sandwiches into pizza; in Cleveland, a family place serving old European favorites, including Chicken Paprikash.
This trip, Guy Fieri's all about the best of the west. From a taste of the Rocky Mountains to southwestern specialties, he's takin' in the flavor of the region at all kinds of righteous joints.
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 traveling up and down the west coast in search of funky neighborhood joints. In San Diego, the "everybody knows your name" all-day breakfast joint servin' up a decadent creme brulee French toast. In Portland, Ore., a husband and wife team are cranking out good ol' Americana with dishes like corned beef hash and chipped beef. And in San Francisco, the hot dog spot holding the block down with unique selections like the lamb merguez dog and fried chicken sandwich.
Ethnic food runs the gamut on DDD, and Guy totally loves to try new things. In this special, we'll check out some of Guy's favorite spots serving up all kinds of traditional ethnic dishes, from hand-pulled Chinese noodles at Peaceful Restaurant to quesadillas and tortas at Nopalito and righteous Guamanian classics like shrimp fritters at PDX 671, these joints are authentic to the bone. And some of the best spots are keepin' it in the family like the brothers at OB Noodle House cranking out all kinds of Asian staples they picked up from pops and the mother/son team at Irazu serving up Costa Rican classics. Sit back, relax, and get ready for your flavor jets to get kicked into high gear.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up all sorts of favorites straight outta Flavortown. These are the off-the-chain joints filled with killer cuisine and crazy characters, like a double-wide bus cranking out supersized hot dogs in West Virginia, ping pong mixed with pizza in D.C., and a fish extravaganza with all kinds of aloha spirit in Hawaii. There's real deal diners, funky fusion, global greats and standout sandwiches, all packed into one flavorful hour of DDD favorites.
On DDD, Guy has sampled some of the best food in America and its border buddies. Many of those joints have a special way of keeping us up late, like polka and pierogi at Nye's Polonaise Room, and servin' up outrageous food well into the midnight hour, like the around-the-clock menu at Sip and Bite. From triple decker duck at Tattooed Moose to top notch pub grub at Tampa Bay Brewing Company to 24-hour spots from coast to coast, one thing all these late night haunts have in common is great food at all hours.
Guy Fieri rolls out for medium rare done right. In San Francisco, a dive bar cranking out high-end, homemade dishes like apricot relish on a double pork chop; in Cambridge, Mass., a Harvard Square institution serving burgers piled high; and in Kemah, Texas, a meat market turned restaurant grilling up great house-cut steaks.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for pork every way. In Healdsburg, Calif., a country story/restaurant doing home style chili with smoked, braised pork. In San Antonio, a certified Napoletana pizza place, topping pies with everything from homemade pork sausage to prosciutto. And in Denver, Triple D fans show us their favorite diner for burritos with pork green chili sauce.
This trip, Guy's grabbing sandwiches all over the country. In Denver, an auto garage turned restaurant serving regional favorites from Southwestern Green Chiliburgers to Maine lobster rolls. In Slidell, La., a little joint under the water tower putting their spin on a classic southern Po' Boy with house smoked prime rib. And in Indianapolis, a cafe in an old Victorian where the house favorite is an original pork and kale sandwich called the D'Nai.
This trip, Guy goes all animal. In Charleston, S.C., the husband and wife duo flying high for all things bird, like a duck club with homemade garlic mayo. In Queens, N.Y., a Cuban family crankin' out totally traditional steak and chicken dishes, like ropa vieja and arroz con pollo. And in Vancouver, British Columbia, the bar turned sausage joint stuffing, casing, and serving up links like the Thai chicken sausage.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' grub piled high on bread and buns. In Colorado Springs, a funky joint going scratch-made and local with their Pueblo chili burger and a hangover specialty. In Washington D.C., the family-run sandwich shop servin' up a killer corned beef hoagie and lights-out porchetta, where he's joined by NFL player Stevie Brown. And in Atlantic City, a neighborhood pub with knockout grub like a pork and brisket sandwich and savory tequila shrimp.
This trip, Guy's crossing the country for comfort food. In Sacramento, Calif., a neighborhood joint turning a bacon blue cheeseburger on its head. In Indianapolis, a 50-year-old diner making a classic Italian meatball sub from scratch. And in Pineville, Pa., a tavern in an 18th century farmhouse, where the locals go for snapping turtle soup.
This trip, Guy Fieri's cruising from Texas to Michigan to dive into some gangster grub. In San Antonio, a real-deal Mexican bakery goin' old school with their sandwich sourdough and tequila croissants. Then, he's doubling up in Lansing, Mich., with two off-the-hook joints puttin' out dynamite dishes.
This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into a meat lover's paradise. In Colorado Springs, a Jamaican joint dishing out killer curry goat and jammin' jerk chicken. In Baltimore, a funky beer bar serving up wild boar sliders and outrageous pork belly mac and cheese fries. And in Washington D.C., an uber-deli carvin' up homemade pastrami and rolling out a meat-filled Moroccan specialty.
This trip, Guy Fieri's unhinging his jaw for some mega mouthfuls! In Robbinsville, N.J., a real-deal Italian market cookin' up prosciutto bread and their multi-meat "boss of the sauce." In Louisville, Ky., a funky seafood spot piling their specialties on top of waffles. And in Portland, Ore., a killer barbecue food truck stackin' up a fully-loaded "shabamwich."
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.