This trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' the west coast for a taste of California. In Culver City, Gene Simmons from Kiss makes a surprise visit to the neighborhood hangout dishing out real deal Hawaiian. Nearby in Garden Grove, the family-run Mexican joint serving up standout tamales and traditional beef chamorro. And up the coast in Monterey, the funky fish house grillin' up fresh-caught oysters and a full-flavored pasta-seafood medley, where Guy is joined by chef G. Garvin.
This trip, Guy's cruisin' down the path less traveled. In Dallas, Guy turns tex-mex into mex-tex, with savory soups. In Baltimore, local rock star baker Duff Goldman stops by to seek out the secrets of the square pizza. And in Santa Barbara, Calif., a restaurant turnin' turkey into fritters and a business into a family affair.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' some grub cooked up at pubs! In Minneapolis, a big-time brewery cooking up dishes like righteous pulled pork and a killer brisket sandwich. In Miami, a craft drink and beer joint serving southern favorites like hen and dumplings and a lamb belly BLT, where he's joined by Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey from KC and the Sunshine Band. And in Los Angeles, an Italian restaurant and bar dishin' out a mega-meat pizza and wild boar gnocchi.
This trip, Guy's digging into some dishes like mama made, if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB&Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie, and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.
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 Atlantic City, 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 Fieri's filling up on some serious soup. In Baltimore, the authentic Irish pub serving up seafood gumbo and a twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage. In Eugene, Ore., the joint dishing out 80 different kinds of soup, from a Middle Eastern take on lamb to Peruvian pork and quinoa. And in Cincinnati, the Vietnamese spot cranking out phenomenal pho and a bahn mi sandwich turned on its head.
This trip, Guy's getting an authentic taste of all ends of the earth. In Bakersfield, Calif., the firehouse-turned-restaurant firing up Latin-fusion favorites like basque lamb tacos and popcorn pork with a side of zing. In Northfield, N.J., an Italian spot servin' all kinds of authentic specialties like grandma's pizza and homemade pappardelle pasta. And in Phoenix, the funky Thai joint dishing out off-the-hook dumplings and coconut Asian pork.
This trip, Guy's rollin' out for a festival of flavors. In Portland, Ore., the Guamanian food truck serving up righteous shrimp fritters and a unique spin on chicken salad. In Wheat Ridge, Colo., the family-run comfort food joint crankin' out killer cannoli and kraut burgers. And in San Francisco, the fusion food truck combining Filipino and Latin traditions in adobo buffalo wings and grandpa's recipe for pork tacos.
This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling sandwiches, sausage and even a little schnitzel. In Portland, Ore., a standout spot servin' up specialties straight out of Switzerland. In Charlotte, N.C., a funky food truck dishing out grilled cheese with all kinds of culinary twists. Plus, another Charlotte stop at a hot dog joint making sausage from scratch and a classic chili cheese Coney.
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 Fieri's filling up on winner winner chicken dinners. In Baltimore, the local landmark dishing out wicked wings alongside a killer steak wrap. In Eugene, Ore., the soul food joint smoking the bomb barbecue bird and slinging their signature burger. And in Des Moines, the Southern spot serving up legit fried chicken and decadent red velvet waffles.
You won't be asking "where's the beef?" in this meaty hour of DDD. Guy's hittin' up memorable spots serving all kinds of beefy favorites; like smoked rib in Sacramento, Calif., bacon-wrapped meatloaf in Albuquerque, N.M., signature steaks in Idaho and everything from burgers to barbecue. What's for dinner? You know it's gotta be beef.
Guy Fieri rolls in for classic meals done right: In Baltimore, a shack steamin' crabs with corn on the cob; in Memphis, the little place where one woman's doing her mom's classic southern favorites; and in Minnesota, a strip mall joint doin' homemade Italian from the same family recipes for thirty years.
Guy Fieri takes a Southern swing to check out different varieties of BBQ including a Mississippi barbecue "dive" where the locals like it sweet, a New Orleans, a little place doing North Carolina style pulled pork and outside San Antonio, Tx., visits a sprawling barbecue complex.
Guy Fieri rolls through Memphis, one of America's greatest barbecue towns, checking out an 86-year-old legend with the killer pulled pork sandwich and a true local favorite, barbecue spaghetti; a tiny joint where the specialty is barbecued Cornish hen; serious ribs at a joint with its own fleet of pink Cadillacs.
Guy Fieri searches out some classic joints doing America's favorites: In Baltimore, the place where they've been making Coney dogs the same way for more than 80 years; in Austin, the late night hangout where they're fresh-roasting Serrano peppers for one of their burgers, and serving Texas-hot buffalo sauce on another; and the Minneapolis dog and burger dive where one of the specialties is something called a Hairy Brain.
Guy Fieri heads all over the country for barbeque; In Austin, Texas, green mesquite smoked classics. In Northern California, a railroad car turned barbeque shack making Philly Cheese Steaks. And in Connecticut, a regional celebration of barbeque.
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.
Guy Fieri finds three local joints doing scratch cooking their way. In Boise, Idaho, a family restaurant doing this trifecta: brick oven pizza, remarkable salads and roasted chicken; in Cleveland, a coffee shop turned restaurant where the bread's from scratch, the corned beef is house-brined and veggies are grown out back; and in Chicago, a barbecue joint doing Memphis style dry rub for everything from brisket to beef tips and ribs.
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.
This trip Guy's on the inside track to Kansas City barbeque. In an industrial neighborhood, an award winning pit master serving up the KC specialty, burnt ends. In a southern suburb, a classically trained chef putting his spin on smoked pork. Then just down the street, a joint where they're taking barbequed chicken to the deep fryer. And at an old wood yard, mixing up a one-of-a kind rub for baby back ribs.
On DDD, the bird is definitely the word. Guy has traveled the country digging into an incredible variety of chicken dishes, and somehow every new plate offers a twist on the traditional bird. From the garlic chicken at Opal Thai Food to stuffed Native American-style tacos at Tocabe, there's all kinds of unique spins on a farm favorite. Served crispy, shredded and flavorful to the bone, this one-hour special wouldn't be complete without a stunner, at Smalley's Caribbean Barbeque where the wings had Guy and his buddies calling for mama.
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 diving into the bomb beef and barbecue. In Orlando, Fla., an authentic Vietnamese spot serving phenomenal pho and a beefy specialty, where Guy is joined by Justin Warner. In Palm Springs, Calif., a not-your-typical burger joint dishing out their "Buddha Burger" and "Devil's Revenge." And in Temecula, Calif., a smokin' barbecue stop where they're even putting their 'cue into lasagna.
This trip, Guy's steppin' up to unique grills on the mainland and beyond. In Miami, Fla., the husband/wife duo serving up classic Americana with a 21st century twist like the smoky fried chicken and Buffalo-style pig wings. In Orange County, Calif., the anything-but-average taco truck grilling steaks for the drunken torta and deep frying green chicken chilaquiles. And on Oahu, Hawaii, Guy's favorite rotisserie chicken joint cranking out the island's signature huli huli chicken.
This trip, Guy's checking out some tried and true local faves. In Kansas City, Mo., the neighborhood favorite killin' it with their scratch-made standouts like pork hash with black beans. Down the road in Kansas City, right on the Missouri/Kansas border, the former chef to the President of Italy dishing up authentic homemade pastas straight out of the family recipe book. And in Albuquerque, N.M., the southern pride joint situated on Route 66, serving up a smorgasbord of dishes from smoked barbecue chicken to specialty hot dogs.
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.