This trip, Guy Fieri's visiting some familiar Triple D faces and checking out their new places. First, a primo pizza joint in Flagstaff, Ariz. firin' up pies with not-your-everyday toppings. Plus in Fairhope, Ala., a killer waterfront spot serving up serious seafood, like snapper collars and the bomb bouillabaisse. And in Miami, a chef dialin' up the funk factor with his spin on Chinese specialties like dandan noodles.
This trip, Guy Fieri's heating up with some spice and cooling off with some ice. In Cathedral City, Calif., a barbecue joint pilin' up the meats and firin' up their "flamethrower." And in Norfolk, Va., a wild wing spot going big with their buffalo and killing it with their Cajun. Then, in Maui, Hawaii, a funky place dishin' out the bomb lobster grilled cheese followed up by a tropical shaved ice specialty.
Guy Fieri's kicking it old school in Seattle as he pops into one of his favorite places from the very first season of DDD to see what's new for breakfast and lunch. In Minneapolis, Cuban cuisine has really taken off since DDD came to visit, and two dudes in Portland, Ore., are still cranking out crazy sandwich concoctions all over the city. In Jackson, Wyo., an organic joint has expanded their space ... and their vegan options!
It's a mix of land and sea as Guy Fieri pops into a few favorite spots across the country. In Portland, Ore., a chef full of personality is still making people smile with seafood for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In Jackson, Wyo., Guy gives his two cents as he taste-tests new pizzas for an ever-expanding menu. And in Minneapolis, a lobster-loving chef has taken his passion for the crustacean to a whole other level.
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!
Guy has traveled far and wide in the ol' Camaro, hitting up a tasty variety of butchers, barbecue masters and grilling greats. In this one-hour DDD special, we'll relive some of the most incredible dishes ever created over flames and inside smokers. We're hitting everything from all-American burgers in Tampa, to smoked deli meats in Toronto, to octopus and jerk chicken all the way in Hawaii. And a grilling road trip this stacked wouldn't be complete without a trip to Texas for some classic 'cue. Tuck a napkin into your collar and dig in, this meat spectacular will have you hankerin' for seconds.
Break out the bacon -- it's pork time! In this porktastic one-hour special, Guy Fieri is hitting up all-things swine and dine. From Connecticut to Cali, international favorites to down-home American classics, Guy's digging into pork in more tasty ways than you'd ever imagine. Whether pulled or baked, stuffed in a sandwich or piled high on a pie, these off-the-hook pork dishes are sure to get the flavor jets going.
This trip, Guy Fieri's bringing on the bacon, and it's not just for breakfast anymore! From New York to California and Texas to Toronto, it's stacked in sandwiches, crumbled in ice cream, paired with pasta, loaded in mac and cheese, and when it comes to waffles, one joint's putting the bacon right in the batter. Get ready to pig out as we pile it on!
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 chases down some funky joints doing serious cooking: Near Fort Worth, Texas, a gas station with a menu -- where they're making duck l'orange; in Seattle, a cafe where former circus performers are serving up home made pasta with elk; and in Sacramento, Calif., a dive bar doing prime rib -- in a smoker.
Guy Fieri checks out homestyle cooking in Seattle, where a southern chef is bringing southern classics to the northwest; In Arizona,aclassical musician who is serving up native Italian recipes; And in Santa Fe, the adobe diner where corned beef hash gets a southwestern spin.
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.
Guy Fieri searches for great joints where they re frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit; A classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel; And a small town café where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.
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 heading out for some family cooking. In Minneapolis, a cafeteria/deli where the third generation's still cranking out the family's original, Eastern European sausage. In Kansas City, Mo., a soup 'n sandwich joint where a husband and wife are putting a twist on old favorites, like a red wine and cola marinated flank steak sandwich. And at a hot dog shack in West Virginia, two "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" enthusiasts make their 100th Triple D visit.
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.
This trip, Guy's travelin' the world of feel good food. In San Antonio, a native Puerto Rican cranks out one of Guy's all time favorites, mofongo. In Virginia Beach, Va., an Italian mother/daughter duo treats everyone like family, servin' up family recipes for classics like homemade focaccia and stuffed meatballs. And in Chicago, a bbq joint brings southern cookin' to the locals with favorites like cajun meatloaf and chicken fried chicken.
This trip, Guy's slammin' on the breaks for some enticing eats. In Chicago, the authentic Cuban joint platin' up family recipes like the fricase de pollo. In Memphis, a high-end chef taking low-down Southern staples to whole new level like the chorizo meatloaf with green tomato gravy. And in Annapolis, Md., the sidewalk shack worth stopping for, with dishes like chipotle habanero barbecue pork sandwich.
This trip, Guy gets the lowdown on some longstanding traditions. In Philadelphia, the Jamaican joint going all out authentic with the jerk chicken. In Scottsdale, Ariz., the decades-old family joint servin' all kinds of sandwiches, and a time-tested sausage recipe. And in Denver, Guy's diving into some serious soul food for rabbit and chitlings.
This trip, Guy's checking out some tried and true local faves. In Kansas City, Mo., the neighborhood favorite killin' it with their scratch-made standouts like pork hash with black beans. Down the road in Kansas City, right on the Missouri/Kansas border, the former chef to the President of Italy dishing up authentic homemade pastas straight out of the family recipe book. And in Albuquerque, N.M., the southern pride joint situated on Route 66, serving up a smorgasbord of dishes from smoked barbecue chicken to specialty hot dogs.
This trip, Guy Fieri's going off the beaten path to check out some funky finds. In Charlotte, N.C., an eatery tucked inside a beer store slingin' crazy waffle creations. In Houston, a not-your-everyday fusion joint mashing up killer barbecue with sushi. And in Cancun, a beachy spot surprising guests with nurse shark pescadillas and a unique Mayan fresh-fish specialty.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.
Guy Fieri is circling the globe starting in Salt Lake City where a Vietnamese sandwich shop has exploded with six -- count 'em -- SIX locations around town. In San Antonio, Texas, a Greek chef is whippin' up real-deal Mexican for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Finally, a haus in Glendale, Arizona, that hasn't missed a beat in their quest for true German flavor.
This trip, Guy Fieri dives into dishes steeped in tasty tradition. In Seattle, a funky spot makes their name with scratch-made Russian piroshki. A tucked-away joint in Kona serves up a bite of culture with their authentic Hawaiian cuisine. And in Chicago, an old-school Jewish deli dishes out their specialties cafeteria-style the same way they have since the 1940s.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's diving into meaty, savory goodness. In Little Rock, Ark., a funky farm-to-table spot piling up a pimento cheese burger and cranking out homemade brats. In Napa, Calif., an amazing Asian joint cooking up kimchi fried rice and prime-time pork ramen. And in San Antonio, Texas, a smokin' stop for some bomb barbecue.
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.