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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.

    Episode Extras:

    Best Mexican Dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

  • This trip, Guy's going local. In Boulder, Colo., a college town favorite using an ages-old pizza sheeter to crank out pies with personality, like the Buddha basil with fresh pesto. In Chicago, a family-run farm to table joint scratch makin' everything from biscuits and duck confit gravy to eggs benedict with chorizo. And in Norfolk, Va., a cafe nestled in the farmer's market using totally fresh ingredients in everything from meatloaf to applewood smoked ribs.

  • This trip Guy's crossing the country for scratch cooking done right. In Philadelphia, a pub where they're deep-frying hand made empanadas loaded with a Philly favorite. In Spokane, a 1912 farmhouse turned restaurant throwing a spin on stuffed pork chops with goat cheese, pine nuts and sun dried tomatoes. And in Portland, Maine, an 80-year-old, waterfront joint where the lobster's boat-to-table fresh and served up on a house baked brioche.

  • This trip, Guy's headed south of the border to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. On the town's main drag, the taco joint that's turning out totally fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces that'll knock your socks off. On the marina, the all day spot dishin' up stuffed fish with lobster sauce and a unique spin on French toast. And down the dock, another marina favorite serving up a taquito trifecta alongside super fresh sushi with Mexican flair.

  • This trip, Guy's hitting up all kinds of killer joints, from classic Italian to modern Americana. In Jackson, Wyo., the California chef bringing his brand of legit Mexican to the mountains, like savory chicken sopes and one of Guy's favorite dishes, posole. In Carmel, Calif., Cooking Channel host G. Garvin is along for the ride at an authentic Italian joint dishin' out tri-color cannelloni and fresh seafood cioppino. And in Long Beach, Calif., the artistic chef serving up signature veggie sammies and a spin on pig and grits.

  • This trip, Guy's hitting up some legit local landmarks. In Des Moines, the historic drive-in famous for their nearly century-old chili recipe. In Leeds Point, N.J., the scenic seaside joint serving up fresh catch since the 1930s. And in Brigantine, N.J., the old-school butcher shop cranking out righteous homemade sausage and real deal jerky.

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  • 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.

    Episode Extras:

    Best Mexican Dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

    Episode Extras:

    Best Mexican Dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

  • 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.

  • 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.

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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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