This trip, Guy Fieri's crossing the Atlantic to take a big bite out of Barcelona, Spain. He's diving in to the many different cuisines the city has to offer, from a homey spot serving Galician-style octopus and soup, to a grab-and-go sandwich stop cooking up traditional sausage and sauces. Plus, a family-owned joint puttin' out old-school Catalan cooking, like rabbit and snail specialties.
This trip, Guy Fieri's travelling all the way to Barcelona, Spain, for a sampling of Spanish cooking. He'll dig into everything from top-notch tapas, like prawns and quail, to traditional Catalan specialties like mouthwatering meatballs and even a veal-head stew. Plus, there's killer paella featuring seafood, rabbit and squid ink rice.
Guy Fieri chases down some funky joints doing serious cooking: Near Fort Worth, Texas, a gas station with a menu -- where they're making duck l'orange; in Seattle, a cafe where former circus performers are serving up home made pasta with elk; and in Sacramento, Calif., a dive bar doing prime rib -- in a smoker.
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 is hitting culinary hot spots in South Beach, Fla. First, a real-deal taqueria servin' up scratch-made tortillas and grasshopper tacos. Then, an authentic German joint cooking up standout sauerbraten and killer currywurst, where he's joined by chef friend Carl Ruiz. Plus, a poolside oasis dishin' out legit paella and homemade linguine.
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 Fieri's going global with international flavors. In Maui, Hawaii, a funky sushi joint serving up righteous rolls and ice cream made with a local favorite. In Los Angeles, a 70-year-old Italian spot servin' up their legendary spins on pizza and lasagna. And in Minneapolis, a Middle Eastern market, restaurant and hummus factory serving up serious shawarma and lights-out falafel.
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.
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.
Deep fried dishes have been all over the map on DDD. You won't want to miss these fried beauties, from classics like the Fried Chicken Sandwich at Show Dogs, Fish and Chips from Mac's Fish and Chips, and the Chicharrones that Guy went bananas over at Highland Tavern, to the righteous Lobster Pops at Rizzo's Diner and Deep Fried Bacon at Tupelo's. And something you've never had in your school lunches, Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly at South Philadelphia Tap Room. This is a fully fried hour of all-out righteousness.
This trip, Guy Fieri's visiting an all-female lineup that's rockin' the house. In Houston, a grandma firing up family recipes like homemade tamales and chile rellenos with a twist. In Orlando, Fla., a funky spot focused on making meatball masterpieces. Plus, the bomb bakery scratch-making sweet and savory specialties.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into all kinds of meat: out of the smoker, on the grill, and into the fryer. In Miami, a legit charcuterie dishing up wild boar sausage and house-cured bacon, where he's joined by NFL player Charles Johnson. In Modesto, Calif., a funky joint making monster tacos and a sweet and savory waffle. And in Stockton, Calif., an ex-NFL player slingin' wings that score with the sauce.
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.