This trip Guy's pulling in for real deal bar food and some Salvadoran classics. In Sacramento, Calif., 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 neighborhood beer bar serving a vegan club sandwich with deep fried tofu and smoked coconut.
This trip Guy's heading all over the country for comfort food. In New Orleans, Guy stops by a Po' Boy Shop with New Orleans legend Emeril Lagasse to sample the Big Easy's favorite sandwich. In Spokane, 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, Minn., a bunch of Triple D fans show off their favorite barbecue joint.
This trip Guy discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.
This trip Guy's pulling up for some one-of-a-kind meals. In Spokane, a joint in a shopping center slathering burgers with a remoulade they call "Goo." In Philadelphia, a Southern/Jewish fusion restaurant serving Bubby's brisket with beans and rice. And in Mandeville, La., a family-style favorite putting a Cajun spin on Oysters Rockefeller.
This trip Guy's checking out the unexpected. In Merrick, N.Y., Italian family recipes -- in an old fast food joint. In Sacramento, Calif., a former Japanese grill turned diner where they're doing vegetarian beet sliders along with European classics like old school Rouladen. And in Superior, Wis., a bunch of Triple D fans take us to their favorite burger place, that even they call a dive.
This trip, Guy's grabbing sandwiches all over the country. In Denver, an auto garage turned restaurant serving regional favorites from Southwestern Green Chiliburgers to Maine lobster rolls. In Slidell, La., a little joint under the water tower putting their spin on a classic southern Po' Boy with house smoked prime rib. And in Indianapolis, a cafe in an old Victorian where the house favorite is an original pork and kale sandwich called the D'Nai.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for a new take on old favorites. In Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, a breakfast and lunch spot doing a scratch-made, caramel pecan roll as big as your head. In Oakland, a neighborhood joint putting a southern spin on an English breakfast tradition called Bubble and Squeak. And in Manchester, Conn., a bunch of Triple-D fans show us a burger bar that's loading a double patty with bacon and house smoked brisket.
This trip, Guy's crossing the country for comfort food. In Sacramento, Calif., a neighborhood joint turning a bacon blue cheeseburger on its head. In Indianapolis, a 50-year-old diner making a classic Italian meatball sub from scratch. And in Pineville, Pa., a tavern in an 18th century farmhouse, where the locals go for snapping turtle soup.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for a little bit of everything. In Boulder, Colo., a crepe joint stacking them 21-high in a butter rum caramel cake. In Rego Park, N.Y., a Jewish deli cooking up third-generation recipes for stuffed cabbage and kreplach. And in Spokane, Wash., a pub brewing up a stout-braised lamb cheese steak.
This trip, Guy's pulling in for some big flavor. In New Orleans, a corner restaurant and bar where the local seafood sandwich is so large they call it The Barge. In Carmel, Ind., a joint serving Jersey cheese steaks topped 33 different ways. And in Bridgeport, Conn., Triple D fans show us their favorite spot for burgers, dogs and seafood.
This trip, Guy's pulling up to some longtime favorites. In Williston Park, N.Y., the 1920's candy and ice cream place that's added mozzarella sticks and rigatoni to an old school fountain menu. In Sonoma, Calif., a spot in a historic downtown building doing a lamb burger with an African twist and scratch made borscht. And in Denver, a 2nd-generation, Jewish deli serving up grandma's matzo ball recipe.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for comfort food done right. In Indianapolis, a dog-friendly neighborhood joint doing their Bark Lard BLT with homemade bacon. In New Orleans, a place from the 1890s where they're still reinventing classics like jambalaya and green bean casserole. And in Winters, Calif., a little spot off the beaten path doing wood fired pizza.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for pork every way. In Healdsburg, Calif., a country story/restaurant doing home style chili with smoked, braised pork. In San Antonio, a certified Napoletana pizza place, topping pies with everything from homemade pork sausage to prosciutto. And in Denver, Triple D fans show us their favorite diner for burritos with pork green chili sauce.