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  • 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.

  • This trip, Guy's pullin' right up to the window and digging in. In Austin, Texas, there's a tiny trailer serving up scratch-made sammies to customers on the street and in the bar next door. In Minneapolis, a food truck cranks out fresh lobster rolls that do double duty in a dive bar. And in Dallas, a side-of-the-road joint focuses on one thing only: burgers.

  • Guy Fieri travels the whole country for home made comfort food: In Charlotte, North Carolina, a neighborhood favorite doing chicken and dumplings; In Providence, Rhode Island, a diner doing a local classic called a Johnnycake. And in San Jose, California, a garage turned restaurant making burgers, ketchup, and fries from scratch.

  • This trip Guys rolls in for old school classics and something a little different. In Chaffee, New York, a 42-year-old restaurant next to a farm field, where they're still doing chicken a la king from scratch. In Santa Cruz, California, a bait and tackle shop turned sit-down restaurant that's been serving home made Italian favorites and fresh calamari for more than 30 years. And in Cleveland, Ohio, the Mod Mex joint making tuna tacos with blood orange marmalade and guacamole with house smoked trout.

  • 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 pulling in for pork and a little tofu, too. In Sacramento, California, a pub where the chef's doing a pork sausage pizza his way - hold the cheese, hold the sauce. In Washington, DC, a Mexican-Salvadoran joint where the big seller is a Salvadoran papusa - scratch made dough stuffed with shredded pork and cheese. And in Philadelphia, a local favorite serving a vegan club sandwich with deep fried tofu and smoked coconut.

  • 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 pulling in for pork and a little tofu, too. In Sacramento, California, a pub where the chef's doing a pork sausage pizza his way - hold the cheese, hold the sauce. In Washington, DC, a Mexican-Salvadoran joint where the big seller is a Salvadoran papusa - scratch made dough stuffed with shredded pork and cheese. And in Philadelphia, a local favorite serving a vegan club sandwich with deep fried tofu and smoked coconut.

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  • This trip, Guy's pullin' right up to the window and digging in. In Austin, Texas, there's a tiny trailer serving up scratch-made sammies to customers on the street and in the bar next door. In Minneapolis, a food truck cranks out fresh lobster rolls that do double duty in a dive bar. And in Dallas, a side-of-the-road joint focuses on one thing only: burgers.

  • 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.

  • This trip Guy's makin' stops up and down the east coast for some home cooking. In Cambridge, Mass., the Southern comfort joint servin' up all kinds of twists on the classics, like the confit pork belly corn dog. In Fall River, Mass., the Polish joint specializing in all kinds of pierogi, from cabbage and pork to mac and cheese. And in Providence, the cornucopia of Federal Hill begins at an old school spot that's passing out meatballs and fries, and the new school restaurant crankin' out totally fresh linguine and clams.

  • This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Maryland, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos. In Minneapolis, Minnesota, a nationally-acclaimed bar known for its eclectic mix of polka and pierogies. And in Portsmouth, Virginia, a decades-old fried chicken joint crankin' out their original recipe.

  • Guy Fieri rolls in for things done a little differently: In Columbia, South Carolina, a burger place doing hand made patties with a southern kicker ... fried green tomatoes; In Buffalo, New York, a corner diner serving everything with a side of home made bread, baked fresh daily; And in Berkeley, California, a diner that's redefining scrapple.

  • In this one-hour special, Guy hits up a diverse roster of totally righteous Vegas joints pulling out all the stops, like out-of-this world finger foods at Bachi Burger, the generations-old butcher shop slingin' killer ribs at John Mull's Meats and Road Kill Grill, and the legendary spot that was one of DDD's very first restaurants ever featured — Four Kegs Sports Pub, where they're servin' up all kinds of Italian favorites. Then he's headed over to the Bulgarian joint, Forte European Tapas Bar and Bistro, and a trip to Vegas wouldn't be complete without a trip to Guy's alma mater, UNLV, where Guy's checkin' in with the culinary department and cookin' up Thai Shrimp with Sticky Rice. You can put your money on it — the culinary side of Vegas is a full spread of winners.

  • This trip Guy's heading all over the country for comfort food. In New Orleans, Louisiana, Guy stops by a Po-Boy Shop with New Orleans legend Emeril Lagasse to sample the Big Easy's favorite sandwich. In Spokane, Washington, an old pharmacy turned restaurant serving up their own pancetta with scratch made pasta, and a pulled pork sandwich with an Asian twist. And in Champlin, Minnesota, a bunch of Triple D fans show off their favorite bar-b-que joint.

  • This trip, Guy's rolling north to south for pork every way. Near Indianapolis, a Cajun joint with a chef straight out of New Orleans doing his own smoked tasso and Southwest Louisiana boudin sausage. In San Antonio, Texas, a certified Napoletana pizza place, topping pies with everything from homemade sausage to prosciutto. And in Denver, Colorado, Triple D fans show us their favorite diner for green chili burritos with a Greek twist.

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About the Host

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.

About the Show

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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