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 checks out classic Italian joints including a Baltimore deli making lasagna from scratch, in San Diego, a pizza joint where the dough's handmade and in Pittsburgh, a spaghetti house that's been cooking up classic family recipes for 60 years.
Guy Fieri discovers outrageous food at some unlikely joints: an Austin, Tx., diner puttin' gingerbread in their pancakes, a Chicago neighborhood place servin' homemade Szechuan sauce on chicken wings; and in Albuquerque, a little shack makin' duck enchiladas.
Guy Fieri hits some spots viewers recommended including: In Salt Lake City, a 79-year-old diner serving Mile High biscuits and gravy; in New Orleans, a neighborhood dive puttin' out roast beef po' boys; And in Middletown, Ct., a historic diner serving unexpected favorites that was rebuilt after a fire.
Guy Fieri checks out places the locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years; in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.
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.
Guy Fieri uncovers some places the regulars keep piling into: In Santa Fe, a little café serving El Salvadoran specialties; In Salt Lake City, a barbeque joint where folks line up for the house special -- burnt ends. And on the Mississippi coast, a joint on stilts where they re doing Creole favorites.
Guy Fieri rolls back the clock at some joints that feel like they've been there forever; In San Diego, an overgrown coffee shop serving classics like chicken and dumplings for 60 years; a bar-turned-restaurant in Chicago's Little Italy, where the same family's been cranking out their favorites for three generations; and in Atlanta, a diner legendary for southern breakfasts for more than 50 years.
Guy Fieri takes an eastward tour of Route 66: In Flagstaff, Ariz., a family style restaurant serving scratch made southwest favorites; in Albuquerque, N.M., an old gas station turned diner making classics their own way, like chicken-fried ahi tuna; and in Chicago, a joint that's been serving fried chicken on Route 66 since the 30's.
Guy Fieri heads all over the country for barbeque; In Austin, Texas, green mesquite smoked classics. In Northern California, a railroad car turned barbeque shack making Philly Cheese Steaks. And in Connecticut, a regional celebration of barbeque.
Guy Fieri drives in for a taste of what the locals love: In New Orleans, a family restaurant serving specials named after neighborhood streets; In Pittsburgh, a strip mall joint making Polish Haluski and Italian Polenta they call fried mush; And in Albuquerque, N.M., a local dive serving authentic New Mexican cooking, from sopaipilla with shredded pork to burritos with chicharrones.
Guy Fieri takes a seat at the family table; In Glendale, Ariz., a German restaurant making sauerbraten from scratch; in Northern California, an old saloon serving lamb shanks and minestrone that's a meal; and in Fort Worth, Texas, a Texas institution dishing up all the classics from pot roast, to giblet gravy and beef tips.
Guy Fieri tracks down fast food done right: In New Mexico, the fifty-four-year-old drive-in that's legendary for Green Chile Cheeseburgers; In Omaha, the taqueria where they're deep frying tacos -- from homemade tortillas; and in Connecticut, the hot dog joint that started as a truck, where a trained chef is turning out all kinds of scratch made combo dogs.