This trip, Guy Fieri is grabbing grub cooked up with some great gear. In San Francisco, a place firin' up lights-out lamb and huge pork biscuits in some of the city's last remaining indoor smokers. In Stockton, Calif., a multi-generational Italian deli making ravioli on an amazing century-old machine. And in Maui, Hawaii, a mobile pizza oven puttin' out island twists on meaty pies.
This trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' the islands with his buddy, Chef Reno Henriques, on a culinary tour of Maui, Hawaii. First, a real-deal taste of regional favorites like loco moco and kalbi ribs. Then, a legit barbecue joint smoking up St. Louis-style ribs and the bomb burnt ends, and a food truck dishin' out the freshest catch served raw, baked and even deep-fried.
This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's playing a tasty game of chicken all over the country. In Alameda, Calif., a joint is cookin' it Nashville hot-style and putting a gourmet twist on a burger. In Lansing, Mich., the bird is served French-style at a funky pizza-pasta place. And, in Kona, Hawaii, it's stuffed at a spot dishin' out Southern comfort with island flair.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' some grub cooked up at pubs! In Minneapolis, a big-time brewery cooking up dishes like righteous pulled pork and a killer brisket sandwich. In Miami, a craft drink and beer joint serving southern favorites like hen and dumplings and a lamb belly BLT, where he's joined by Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey from KC and the Sunshine Band. And in Los Angeles, an Italian restaurant and bar dishin' out a mega-meat pizza and wild boar gnocchi.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's digging into all kinds of killer grub. In Lansing, Mich., an out-of-this-world pizza joint where the pie comes with a surprise, and in Wilmington, N.C., standout sandwiches bring a taste of Philly to the South. Plus, in Tucson, Ariz., a unique spot cookin' up real deal Peruvian specialties.
Guy Fieri's reeling in off-the-hook seafood and digging into some serious sandwiches on this trip. In Seattle, a beer-lover's spot serving fantastic fish and chips and the bomb beef dip. On the big island of Hawaii, a local gem dishin' out fresh-catch curry and a primo poke burger. And in San Francisco, a Chinese emporium cooking up lobster, pork buns and even dim sum chicken feet.
Guy Fieri searches out some classic joints cranking out classic food: A 60-year-old Pennsylvania Diner transplanted to Miami's South Beach, with a classic diner menu, and some other specialties you wouldn't expect to find here; in Topeka, Kan., a drive-in straight out of the fifties, where the burgers and fries still come to your car, but they're also making apple pie from scratch. And the oldest restaurant in Memphis, a classic southern tea room from 1918 -- with a classic southern menu, and an international twist.
Guy Fieri rolls out to some great places where the recipes really do come from mama: The St. Louis landmark where a former backup singer for Ike and Tina Turner is dishing up real deal soul food; the Mexican restaurant in a Phoenix gas station where everything's authentic, from the carne asada to the home-made menudo; and the Kentucky truck stop with real country cookin' -- and home made biscuits come with just about anything.
Guy Fieri finds local favorites from a third generation cafeteria outside Atlanta that serves Southern favorites, a Louisiana bar with a culinary school grad who's making everything from rabbit to turtle soup; and the Albuquerque, N.M. steakhouse you can enter through the liquor store.
Guy Fieri tracks down international dishes done Triple-D style: A combination Jamaican/Chinese joint in Florida; homemade Polish pierogi at a basic bar in Pittsburgh; and a Mexican restaurant in Utah where the specialty is seven kinds of mole.
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.
This trip, Guy's tasting his way through the day. In Tampa Bay, Fla., authentic Mexican street food for the lunch crowd is served out of bus, crankin' out favorites like butternut squash tostadas. In Virginia Beach, Va., dinner at this popular seafood joint includes totally fresh oysters Rockefeller. And in San Antonio, a breakfast joint servin' up waffles filled with bacon and an old school pfannkuchen from a decades-old recipe.
This trip, Guy's going for surf and turf between the slices. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a food truck shuckin' and frying oysters for a po' boy and topping crispy fries with a mean seafood chowder. In Detroit, the 18,000 foot joint giving savory brisket a beer batter bath and a place on a fresh panini. And in Chicago, the Italian market scratch making meats for the meatball hero and the crispy porchetta sandwich.
This trip, triple D is all over the triple P. In Detroit, a pizza joint crankin' out pies with totally homemade toppings, and a unique crepe-filled lasagna. In Virginia Beach, Va., a beachside breakfast favorite the locals come running to for their citrus orange glazed pancakes and innovative benedicts. And in Chicago, the tiny dive servin' up flavor in massive proportions, like the melt-in-your-mouth pork belly sandwich.
This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.
This trip, Guy's checking out some spots keepin' it all in the family. In New York's Lower East Side, the sibling spot starting at the very beginning — pickling, smoking, curing and fermenting, everything from the goat necks to chicken wings to pig ears. In Eureka, California the husband and wife team cranking out Mediterranean favorites like the lamb plate alongside bar standards like the pulled pork po' boy. And in Miami, Fla., the Southern-bred brother/sister duo servin' up grandma's lowcountry recipes with unique touches on favorites like whole fried snapper and beer braised baby back ribs.
This trip, Guy Fieri's checkin' out all kinds of funky foods from coast to coast. In Monterey, Calif., the second-generation Italian joint serving mom's time-tested recipes like meaty lasagna and real deal minestrone. In Boston, the funky little sandwich shop pressing panini that satisfy both meat and veggie lovers. And in Jackson, Wyo., the ex-Marine bringing Americana to the small town with dishes like chicken pot pie and homemade soups and pretzels.
This trip, Guy's toppin' off some righteous dishes with all kinds of sauce. In Cincinnati, the funky cafe putting their creative spin on barbecue chicken and vegan chili. In Boston, the neighborhood spot spicing up everything from lemongrass chicken to sloppy Joe's with some killer specialty sauces. And in Jackson, Wyo., the century-old log cabin housing an eclectic menu of totally homemade standouts, like scratch-made ramen and pork ragu.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing standout sandwiches and diving into some serious spice. In Longmont, Colo., a spot putting out a primo pork burger and going crazy with cauliflower. In Columbus, Ohio, a Chicago-style joint killin' it with Italian beef and real deal gyros. And Food Network's Aarti Sequeira and Jet Tila join Guy in Los Angeles, where a champion chef dishes out fiery Thai specialties that will get your taste buds hoppin'!
This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into the bomb beef and barbecue. In Orlando, Fla., an authentic Vietnamese spot serving phenomenal pho and a beefy specialty, where Guy is joined by Justin Warner. In Palm Springs, Calif., a not-your-typical burger joint dishing out their "Buddha Burger" and "Devil's Revenge." And in Temecula, Calif., a smokin' barbecue stop where they're even putting their 'cue into lasagna.
This trip, Guy Fieri dives into hearty helpings of comfort starting with a soul food spot dishing out Southern seafood and killer fried chicken in Atlanta. In Salt Lake City, a funky bar cooks up American-Asian mashups like sushi-style pork belly and short rib grilled cheese sandwiches. And there's a barbecue joint making monster sandwiches and spot-on smoked burgers in Austin, Texas.
This trip, Guy Fieri's going from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Portland, Ore. for righteous coast-to-coast flavor. In Oregon, a Spanish spot serving outrageous octopus and an homage to the chef's childhood. Plus, a multitasking market sandwiching polenta and cookin' up grandma's take on biscuits and gravy. And in New Hampshire, a modern cantina puttin' out the pork, from belly tacos to a pig's head platter.
On this trip, Guy Fieri grabs a fistful of righteous hand-held toppings starting with a kolach cafe in Salt Lake City cooking up their Czech specialties with some sweetness and comfort. Next, Guy checks out a burger spot that's adding beer to their beef and pattying up the pork. Finally, Guy hits a funky joint in Atlanta that's putting out real-deal tacos.
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.