This trip, Guy Fieri's getting right to the meat of the matter with some carnivore creations. In Portland, Ore., a bomb butchery puttin' out porchetta and a unique style of prosciutto. In Louisville, Ky., a righteous barbecue joint rubbing down the wings and the ribs. And in Hamilton, N.J., a cafe serving their spin on a steak sandwich and chicken panini.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into an island-Italian mashup. In Plymouth, Mass., a colorful joint dishing out a unique plantain sandwich and wings gone bananas. In Colorado Springs, a neighborhood Italian spot servin' up outrageous arancini and real-deal veal. And a few miles away, a Caribbean-pasta joint cooking up jerk chicken penne and a surprising curry "vegetti" dish.
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.
Guy Fieri uncovers some of the best of the best of the All American meal: burgers made fresh-ground from steak while patrons watch and available in 16 varieties at a San Francisco institution; stuffed burgers that are a signature dish of Minnesota's Twin Cities along with vinegar-blanched hand-cut fries; and 10-to-the-pound sliders, topped with almost anything, at an Ann Arbor, Michigan landmark, where the fried onion rings are legendary.
Mother knows best, and in this one-hour special, Guy Fieri is traveling the nation celebrating all-things mom, from treasured recipes handed down through generations, to righteous restaurants where you feel like you're part of the family. And no matter the cuisine, it's always better when mom makes it -- from east to west, we're serving up Italian, Greek, Polish and Lebanese, all filled with a mother's homemade touch.
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.
This trip, Guy's roadtrippin' all over the country for some home-style cooking. In Boston, the funky neighborhood joint cranking out Southern staples, like chicken and waffles and off-the-hook tots. In Carmel, Calif., Robert Irvine's riding shotgun to check out the cool cafe centered around scratch-made classics, like amped-up biscuits and gravy and brisket chili. And in Superior, Wis., the sports bar scoring with classics like house-cured meat pizza and a super special chicken sandwich.
Guy Fieri rolls out to Kelly's Diner in Somerville, Mass. for the secrets of a fresh New England lobster roll; The Bay Way Diner in Linden, N.J. for oven roasted top round Philly cheese steak; and the Beacon Drive-in in Spartanburg, S.C., where the specialty is the A-Plenty, a meal or sandwich covered in French fries and homemade onion rings.
This trip, Guy Fieri's travelling all the way to Barcelona, Spain, for a sampling of Spanish cooking. He'll dig into everything from top-notch tapas, like prawns and quail, to traditional Catalan specialties like mouthwatering meatballs and even a veal-head stew. Plus, there's killer paella featuring seafood, rabbit and squid ink rice.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into flavors spanning the Americas. In Charlotte, N.C., a brewery serving the bomb bacon jam burger and a dynamite duck confit flatbread. In Cancun, Mexico, a lights-out spot taking street tacos to a whole new level. And in Houston, a family-owned joint cookin' up outrageous Argentinian empanadas.
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.
This trip Guy's warming up with some standout specialties. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the mom and pop diner flipping a skillet apple waffle with pancetta and deep-frying breakfast empanadas. And in Grandy, N.C., the farm to table German joint rolling out the Reubens and a cheesy baked potato soup.
This trip, Guy's checkin' out some unique 'que. In San Antonio, a 60-year old drive-in spices up the standards like burgers and smoked brisket with Thai heat. In Denver, a Native-American joint that's mixing tradition with innovation, from grilled chicken tacos on homemade flatbread to blueberry BBQ ribs. And in St. Petersburg, Fla., a decades-old general store using the grill and smoker combo to create a Guy favorite -- Texas hash.
It's time to wake up and smell the coffee, 'cause in this one-hour special, Guy Fieri's rustling up the best of breakfast. From California to Florida, New York to Arizona, we're covering all the classics, like killer waffles, old-school biscuits and gravy, the bomb huevos rancheros and an out-of-bounds hash extravaganza. Plus, some not-so-typical early morning bites, like Louisiana veal, bacon donuts and a pancake that looks just like Guy himself.
This trip, Guy Fieri's ordering the last course first and diving into a full hour of dynamite desserts. Coast to coast, he'll be grabbing everything from pies to pudding and righteous rolls to frozen favorites. Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth on these decadent dishes!
This trip, Guy Fieri's all about the best of the west. From a taste of the Rocky Mountains to southwestern specialties, he's takin' in the flavor of the region at all kinds of righteous joints.
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling the nation for a real-deal taste of home. It's a full hour of comfort classics, cooked up just like it was out of mom's kitchen -- one hearty helping after another. So put on your eating pants and fill up on this food coma kind of show!
On this trip, Guy Fieri's diving into joints servin' up spectacular surf and tasty turf. There's bison pastrami and smoked white fish in Duluth, Minn., crab cakes and pork belly in New Jersey, Creole shrimp and prime rib in Mississippi and clam linguine and elk ravioli in Seattle. KISS's Gene Simmons crashes a Hawaiian joint in Los Angeles serving a meat-fish combo, and in Havana, Cuba, they're making regional specialties including lobster cooked with something unexpected.
This trip, Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour through Tuscany, Italy. In Montecatini Alto, the hillside seafood spot serving up a squid ink specialty and a Mediterranean prawn-artichoke mashup. To the west in Collodi, Guy swings through the "birthplace of Pinocchio" to reunite with an old buddy dishing out legit spaghetti and outrageous lamb. Then, Guy's headed south for a bucket list experience of truffle hunting in the mountains of San Miniato. And finally to Lucca for one last stop, at a true Tuscan joint cooking up all kinds of totally fresh pasta with mussels and an out of bounds oxtail tortelli.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting up totally traditional Italian spots in Florence, Italy. First, the 50-year-old landmark serving up their legendary spaghetti specialty and some crazy good chicken. Then, the second generation spot reeling in the awards and cranking out all kinds of totally fresh pasta. And finally, the popular pizza place sharing their Italian dough-making secrets and cooking up a legit salami-cheese calzone.
This trip, Guy's heading southwest for a flavor-filled tour of sunny Arizona. First, the real deal Italian market making an authentic beef specialty straight from the mother country. Also in Scottsdale, a pitstop at the funky gas station/barbecue cafe dishin' out the bomb brisket alongside a host of handcrafted fuel — yes, fuel. And in Phoenix, the out-of-the-box burger joint serving up all kinds of crazy culinary creations.
This trip, Guy Fieri's headed coast to coast, from north to south. In Atlantic City, he meets up with Rachael vs. Guy Kids Cookoff contestant Gibson Borelli at the local legend dishin' out righteous crab-stuffed flounder and a legit spin on cannelloni. In Phoenix, the mom and pop pizza shop firing up pies topped with everything from baked ziti to chicken marsala. And in Bakersfield, Calif., some sunshine and down-home specialties, like tri tip and grilled chicken, worthy of a road trip, where he's joined by USC Trojans quarterback Cody Kessler.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' all kinds of pub grub at joints where eating goes right along with toasting and killer kitchens back up the busy bars. He grabs chicken pie in Philadelphia, pizza in Baltimore, pierogis in Pennsylvania and an over-the-top hot dog in Kansas City, Mo. Plus, legit Irish favorites in Buffalo, N.Y., and a Missouri roadhouse transporting customers to New Orleans. So belly up, grab a drink and dig in.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting the road and grabbing grub straight out of Mom's kitchen. In Boulder, Colo., a mother-son team servin' up Chinese specialties like dan dan noodles and steamed buns. In Columbus, Ohio, a Jamaican joint dishin' out jerk chicken, red snapper and other island favorites. And in Mesa, Ariz., a family spot cooking lights-out Latin cuisine, from a Cubano empanada to arroz con pollo.
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling the nation, digging into all kinds of killer grub. In St. Petersburg, Fla., a lights-out spot loadin' up the righteous ramen. In Lansing, Mich., a funky joint frying up everything from wings to pig skins to chicken gizzards. Plus, a New Orleans smokehouse puttin' out Big Easy favorites like sausage meat pies and spicy shrimp boudin.
This trip, Guy Fieri's going global with international flavors. In Maui, Hawaii, a funky sushi joint serving up righteous rolls and ice cream made with a local favorite. In Los Angeles, a 70-year-old Italian spot servin' up their legendary spins on pizza and lasagna. And in Minneapolis, a Middle Eastern market, restaurant and hummus factory serving up serious shawarma and lights-out falafel.
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.