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  • This trip, Guy's cruising the East Coast, grabbin' delicious dishes at classic joints. In New York, there's barbecue in the Bronx and authentic Neapolitan pizza in Manhattan. Then, breakfast and burgers in Rhode Island and an obligatory stop at a real-deal diner in Philly. Plus, a legit Baltimore market serving up out-of-bounds Italian specialties. So gear up and put the pedal to the metal for this righteous feast in the east.

  • It's a first-course feast, as Guy Fieri digs into amazing appetizers. From Miami to Kansas to the Pacific Northwest, he's grabbing the bomb tots, jalapeno poppers, unique fritters, and even Rocky Mountain oysters. Plus, grape leaves and wicked wings in New England, while things get spicy in New York with atomic fried mac and cheese. Get ready to keep starting things off with this sharable one-hour special.

  • Some of the tastiest stops on Guy's DDD road trip have been at Mexican joints, where generations-old family recipes and totally fresh ingredients combine to create incredible food. Coast to coast, from Chicago to Salt Lake City to San Diego, new twists on old classics are keeping tradition alive. From the chicken stuffed sopapilla at Salsa Brava to the pozole at La Texanita and the outta bounds smoked trout at Momocho, this one-hour special is stuffed to the brim with south of the border stunners.

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  • 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.

  • Guy Fieri rolls out to some great places where the recipes really do come from mama: The St. Louis landmark where a former backup singer for Ike and Tina Turner is dishing up real deal soul food; the Mexican restaurant in a Phoenix gas station where everything's authentic, from the carne asada to the home-made menudo; and the Kentucky truck stop with real country cookin' -- and home made biscuits come with just about anything.

  • Guy Fieri rolls out to some places still doin' it mama's way: In Oklahoma City, a couple doing soul food from family recipes, and folks are packing in for wings and waffles; in Dallas, a family home turned family restaurant, where mom herself is still making tamales; and in Los Angeles, a Polish joint in a strip mall where a couple are serving the favorites they grew up with, from pierogi to stuffed cabbage.

  • This trip Guy visits local joints doing favorites from someplace else. In Kenwood, Calif., a family restaurant cooking up homemade, Tuscan-style Italian. In Charlotte, N.C., a neighborhood favorite serving California fish tacos. And in Honolulu, the local bar turned Irish pub where the stout's poured right and the Shepherd's Pie is scratch-made.

  • This trip, Guy's pulling up for a different kind of fast food. In Honolulu, a 48-year-old drive-in where burgers and dogs come with rice and macaroni salad. In Duluth, Minn., a deli on the north shore of Lake Superior where you can grab fresh smoked fish, for here or to go. And all over Los Angeles, a taco truck doing Chinese-Mexican fusion.

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  • This trip, Guy's visiting restaurants with a definite direction. In Syracuse, N.Y., the longtime pasta institution makin' a tomato sauce just for dipping, spicy chicken riggies, and duck and cheese pizza. And in Nags Head, N.C., the local food-focused joint using funky techniques on deep fried pickles and soft shell crab.

  • 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 hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.

  • This trip, Guy's diggin' into some super sandwiches and savory stew. In Santa Fe, N.M., the cafe with a native Kenyan in the kitchen serving up totally fresh fish, like island spiced banana leaf mahi mahi and a killer Caribbean goat stew. And in Albuquerque, N.M., the school lunch maven crankin' out creative sammies like turkey avocado with green apple chile chutney and a totally unique Duke City reuben.

  • This trip, Guy's divin' into menus boasting the bomb beef. In Minneapolis, the neighborhood gastropub serving up serious sandwiches piled with steak and braised beef. In Atlanta, the Jewish deli putting out a fish specialty alongside killer pastrami hash. And in Plymouth, Mass., the funky cafe dishin' out unique cheesesteak pretzels and a twist on traditional shepherd's pie.

  • This trip, Guy's 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. Plus, a poolside oasis dishin' out legit paella and homemade linguine.

  • This trip, Guy's hittin' up some spots putting their heart and soul into everything they do. In Carlsbad, Calif., the family-owned Italian joint staying true to a long-standing ravioli recipe. In Troutdale, Ore., the ages-old riverside tavern crankin' out killer sloppy joes. And in San Francisco, the Mexican joint with a real deal chef servin' up authentic Mexican dishes like quesadillas, tortas and pozole rojo.

  • This trip, Guy's checking out some of the awesome eats of the island — Key West, Fla., that is. From a funky little shack servin' up New England seafood with coastal twists to a husband/wife team dishing up standout fish tacos just down the street. And a trip to this eclectic oasis wouldn't be complete without a stop to the teeny tiny food cart crankin' out hundreds of Asian/Caribbean fusion dishes a day.

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Guy's always on the move with his hit shows: Guy's Big Bite, Triple D, Guy's Grocery Games, and Rachael vs. Guy: Kids and Celebrity Cook-Offs.

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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.

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