On DDD, Guy's seen a ton of sammies and there are a few he'll not soon forget. From the traditional, like the po-boys he whipped up with Emeril Lagasse at Mahoney's Po-Boy Shop, to the ethnic, like the outrageous arepas at Pica Pica, to the downright ducky French dip at Beer Belly. The meat in the middle's taking center stage in standouts like the Smack Shack where the lobster is bursting from the bun and at The Refuge where Guy's divin' into an all-out pastrami extravaganza. These joints are bringin' the old bagged lunch staple to a whole new level.
This trip Guy pulls in for a world of taste. In Los Angeles, California, an El Salvadoran place making traditional stuffed tortillas and a pork stew called Adobada. In Reno, Nevada, a Basque joint serving oxtail bourguignon family style. And in Jacksonville, FL, a tapas café doing scratch made Spanish chorizo with honey sautéed pears.
This trip Guy's heading out for pork a plenty. In Nashville, a barbecue joint that's smoking the whole hog. In Bellevue, Ky., a local cafe making andouille sausage from scratch. And in Long Beach, Calif., a neighborhood favorite where they're stuffing honey-marinated pork chops with granny smiths and cranberries.
Guy Fieri is checking out some chicken and diving into some pie on this trip. In Portland, Ore., a Southern transplant servin' up a killer chicken sandwich and catfish hush puppies. Three sisters in Oklahoma City puttin' their own funky spin on pizza, and, in Dania Beach, Fla., a brewery going next level with their shrimp pizza and wings.
This trip, Guy's firin' up the grill and stacking up the flavor. In Toronto, Canada, the restored diner cooking up pork belly, a mac and cheese burger and a Christmas burger. And in Nags Head, N.C., the surfer spot known for Jamaican jerk chicken and Caribbean pork chops.
On DDD, Guy has seen it all, and he has the scoop on the some of the wackiest and wildest joints out there, like R&R Taqueria serving up real deal tacos out of a gas station, the church turned brewpub servin' up a divine Lobster Mac 'n Cheese at Clarkston Union, the silver bullet food truck on the Fisherman's Wharf cranking out seafood fries at Fresh, Local, Wild, and the boxing gym dishin' out scratch-made comfort food at The Duce. It gets even more ridiculous at the Taco Bus, a real deal bus pulling out all the stops on Mexican food, and the funky dj-slash-breakfast-food spot housed in a basement putting their spin on waffles at Funk 'n Waffles. These joints may be wacky, but the food is off the chain.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's going from the bomb burgers to a taste of Italy. In Little Rock, Ark., a funky joint pairing their craft brews with all kinds of on-the-bun creations. Plus, two brothers putting out real deal Italian, like homemade lasagna and raviolis. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a sandwich shop dishin' out all kinds of righteous recipes.
This trip Guys rolls in for old school classics and something a little different. In Chaffee, N.Y., a 54-year-old restaurant next to a farm field, where they're still doing chicken a la king from scratch. In Santa Cruz, Calif., a bait and tackle shop turned sit-down restaurant that's been serving homemade Italian favorites and fresh calamari for more than 30 years. And in Cleveland, the Mod Mex joint making tuna tacos with blood orange marmalade and guacamole with house smoked trout.
This trip, it's an exclusive peek at the lost footage of DDD: the places Guy Fieri's visited before, but all-new dishes never seen until now. Guy's digging in to money mussels, crispy pork skin, and a lights-out lamb sandwich at familiar New York City hangouts. Plus, California pizza and outrageous oysters along with the bomb boa buns in Miami.
Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D style: With visits to a Norfolk, Va. drive-in for an original waffle cone, an Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in all flavors and a New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes with 400 flavors.
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.
Guy Fieri's family combines great restaurant food and cooking at home with some Triple-D style takeout. Four DDD alums send ingredients for some real-deal recipes, then join Guy and his son Hunter over video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's authentic Mexican from Phoenix, kolaches from Salt Lake City, Baltimore pit beef and pork belly all the way from Maui.
This trip, Guy's hittin' the road for some scratch-made comfort food. In Burbank, Calif., the family-owned chili-serving spot with a name dating back a century. In Philadelphia, the three-story gourmet bar food joint crankin' out clam chowder with gnocchi and a regional fry favorite. And in Toronto, Canada, the smokehouse kicking burgers and fried chicken up a notch and turning a traditional BLT on its head.
Guy Fieri uncovers some of America's greatest comfort food including a Baltimore cafe with a variety of French Toast, a third-generation family place in San Antonio with comfort food Texas style, a bakery-turned-restaurant in south Florida and a Huntington, W.V. cafe with home made cornbread.
This trip, Guy's sampling from the land and the sea. In Syracuse, N.Y., the underground joint servin' up scratch made chicken Caesar sandwiches and spicy sweet sausage fajitas. In Kitty Hawk, N.C., the ages-old seaside restaurant firing up fisherman's risotto and citrus chicken. And in Olympia, Wash., the brewpub combining beer with bangers and mash and crab stuffed cannelloni.
Guy Fieri checks out some beloved local places: In San Rafael, Calif., a Puerto Rican restaurant serving an adobo steak sandwich and a kind of lasagna made with plantains; in Connecticut, a pub on a beached barge where bar food means steak au poivre and clams casino; and in Portland, Ore., a family-owned meat market and deli where they're making hot dogs from scratch.
This trip, Guy's rolling out for some longtime traditions. In, Nashville, Tenn., a family-style restaurant is doing its James Beard Award-winning take on an old-school Southern classic - meat and three sides. On Saint Simons Island, Ga., see a barbecue joint where the pit master's smoking the old way - at a 1940s gas station. And in Wells, Maine, check out a local favorite from the ‘50s dishing up New England comfort food like Seafood Chowder and Lobster Pie.
Guy Fieri travels this classic American highway for great food at great places: Homemade biscuits and gravy at a 60-year-old trucker's paradise near Victorville, Calif.; homemade German spaetzle and jagerschnitzel at an Oklahoma cafe built from rocks dug up in the construction of route 66; and apple smoked salmon and pecan crusted catfish at a Kansas joint in a former bank once robbed by Jesse James.
This trip, Guy's diggin' into food made the right way. In Narragansett, R.I., the summer shack servin' up clam cakes cooked in beef fat and scratch made strawberry shortcake. In St. Louis, the neighborhood joint putting the smoke on cheese fries and delicious duck. And in East Boston, the family Mexican spot cooking up mom's chilaquiles recipe.
This trip, Guy Fieri's firin' up big time barbecue all over the country. Of course there's killer 'cue cooking up in Texas, Memphis, and North Carolina... but how about ribs and collards in Compton, Calif. and southern-style sandwiches in Philadelphia? Plus, all the fan favorites like the bomb brisket, off-the-chain chicken, and lights-out pulled pork. So get your bib on and dig in to this saucy, smoky special!
On this trip, Guy Fieri's piling plates with all kinds of pork, all over the nation. He's diggin' into everything from barbecue to chops and sausage to sandwiches, plus Mexican favorites and other savory specialties. Get ready to pig out on this porkapalooza.
This trip, Guy Fieri's caught up in a whirlwind of flavors. In Norfolk, Va., a two-for-one spot where a bomb butcher stacks sandwiches by day and a chef firing up ramen and sticky wings takes over at night. Then, a German-Swiss joint smack in the middle of Maui, Hawaii serving rouladen and old-fashioned apple strudel.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's going from incredible Italian to sensational seafood. In Oklahoma City, a funky food truck putting out wood-fired pizza and Grandma's Sicilian meatball recipe. In Portland, Ore., a righteous spot cookin' up crab cake cioppino and crab-spinach risotto. And in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Guy's chillin' with Vanilla Ice at a pirate-inspired joint serving up Brazilian and Caribbean seafood specialties.
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 getting into a festival of flavorful faves. In Miami, Fla., the local watering hole puttin' a unique spin on standard bar food with the loaded chimi burrito and lobster lollipops. In Sandy, Utah, the mountain town favorite scratch-makin' everything from breads to smoked meats and a creative combos like Canadian bacon and potato croquettes and white bean and steak pizza. And in Salt Lake City, the New Jersey native serving up authentic Italian family recipes like the larger than life ten ounce meatball.
Guy Fieri hits nothing but diners on this trip. In Santa Cruz, Calif., where east coast diner meets Vietnamese cooking for everything from Reubens to spring rolls; In Peabody, Mass., an old lunch car turned diner where the locals pile in for home made favorites like Boston Baked Beans; And in Norman, Okla., a beloved local landmark serving award winning chili on everything from fries to burgers and hot dogs.
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.