This knockout joint brings Nashville hot chicken to Seattle. Dig into wings, tenders, white/dark meat or a half bird with your prefered level of spice ("lil bit" to "insane"). The restaurant also has a selection of Southern favorites, such as chicken and waffles, homemade biscuits and gravy, fried green tomatoes and more.
Latin fare meets traditional Asian dishes at this Chicago hot spot. From pork carnitas pho soup to arrozo con edamame, Saucy Porka brilliantly balances the fusion of flavors. We recommend trying the Asian Style Paella (Chinese Lap Chang pork sausage, spicy sausage, pork carnitas, edamame, bean sprouts and scallions) or the Pork Pozole (smoky guajillo peppers and tomato base soup served with pickled cabbage, cilantro and corn tortillas).
Take in the breathtaking views of Kailua Bay while dining oceanside at this knockout joint. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Island Lava Java features standout dishes like Guava BBQ Ribs and tropical pizza. The restaurant also offers up 100% Kona Coffee, a variety of fresh juices and incredible craft cocktails.
Known for its old-school pub menu and local craft beers, The Red Door is a favorite among locals. You can't go wrong with the fish and chips—the cod is super crispy on the outside and perfectly flaky on the inside. The beef dip sandwich, made with prime rib, is another great option.
This San Francisco destination is one of the biggest Triple D joints ever, with seating for more than 450 people. Serving up traditional Chinese fare, Grand Harbor regulars rave about the pork buns, dim sum chicken feet and a selection of fresh seafood. Bonus: The restaurant's view of the San Francisco Bay is absolutely spectacular.
Rebel Kitchen brings international soul food to beautiful Kealakekua with a menu that includes a selection of creative burgers, sandwiches, entrees, salads and homemade sauces. While visiting with Triple G, Guy enjoyed the restaurant's Poke Burger and Coconut Curry Ono & Shrimp.
Foster's Kitchen serves up an outstanding culinary experience with fresh flavors, local ingredients and menu items made from scratch. The Stuffed Chicken with Kona Coffee Red-Eye Gravy is an absolute knockout, among a variety of other incredible dishes. During a visit for Triple D, Guy also enjoyed the Citrus Avocado Poke.
Good eats, indeed. This Triple D destination offers up American fare that includes a must-try Nashville Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich and a Blueberry Bacon Blue Cheeseburger that's an absolute winner. Bonus: While waiting for your food, enjoy a drink from the Lucky 13 bar, located adjacent to Scolari's.
Stop by Pizzeria Credo for a selection of wood-fired, Napoletano-style pizzas made with homemade mozzarella and imported tomatoes. If you're craving pasta, the Seattle joint also takes on classic dishes such as Linguine Alfredo, Penne Carbonara, Pappardelle Bolognese and more.
This Kailua-Kona joint is the spot for fresh flavors and locally-sourced ingredients. Favorites include Lau Lau (tender pork and Hawaiian salt wrapped in taro leaves and steamed for 10 hours) and slow-roasted Kalua pork. The restaurant also features a full bar and outdoor seating for a truly tropical experience.
This San Carlos destination puts its spin on classic Italian food with wood-fired pizzas and handmade pastas. The restaurant makes a knockout Ricotta Gnocchi with artichoke, lemon and mint that's absolutely worth your time and taste buds.
This Latin joint is a serving up some serious comfort food and is a favorite among the locals. Stand-out dishes include the Patacon (an 11-inch fried plantain with rib-eye steak, pork belly, rice, guacamole, pico de gallo and chimichurri) and Lentil Croquettes (served with beet tzatziki and avocado). The restaurant is open for brunch, lunch and dinner.
This Puerto Rican hot spot is known for its bold flavors and (bottomless) brunch bashes. Regulars love the Chicharron Mofongo and Canoa, but the restaurant also offers up some incredible vegan options.
Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, Sweet n Savory Cafe is a must-try option while passing through Wilmington. The menu includes something for everyone with classic dishes (pot roast, chicken pot pie, meatloaf, etc.) and incredible creations from the restaurant's Executive chef and Sous chef.
This Palo Alto destination serves up a farm-to-table experience with organic and locally-sourced ingredients. The result: fresh California cooking with dishes that won't leave you feeling weighed down. Guy suggests trying the Calafia Citrus Carnitas or the Vegan Gnocchi.