Guy Fieri is digging into all kinds of hearty meals on this trip. In San Antonio, an East Coast-Texas deli mash-up pilin' up smoked meat sensations. Plus a funky joint making big-time empanadas. And in Sebastopol, Calif., a farm-to-table spot putting their spin on stroganoff and making decadent bacon-gelato-toffee waffles.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing all kinds of grub, starting at a funky little Italian joint in Wilmington, Del., serving outrageous arancini and veal scaloppini. In San Diego, a Middle Eastern street food spot slaying with shawarma and first-rate falafel. And in Vancouver, British Columbia, a not-your-typical pizza place toppin' things off with lamb sausage and pig cheeks.
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.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's diving into dishes with righteous regional flavor. In San Antonio, an East Coast-Texas deli mashup pilin' up smoked meat sensations, an inspiring Creole spot serving legit gumbo and fried pork chops, and in Santa Rosa, Calif., a real-deal Mexican spot dishin' out Michoacan specialties, like the blazing hot molcajete.
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.
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.
Guy Fieri rolls back the clock at some joints that feel like they've been there forever; In San Diego, an overgrown coffee shop serving classics like chicken and dumplings for 60 years; a bar-turned-restaurant in Chicago's Little Italy, where the same family's been cranking out their favorites for three generations; and in Atlanta, a diner legendary for southern breakfasts for more than 50 years.
Guy Fieri tracks down some great places that prove fast food can also be great food. In Fairhope, Ala., a where a trained chef is doing fast food the old European way -- pressed panini sandwiches, filled with everything homemade, even the mozzarella; in Austin, Texas, homemade tacos done every which way -- from breakfast, to carne asada, al pastor, fish tacos, and more -- and even the salsa is made from scratch; and in Gilbert, Ariz., a fast food joint right on the farm, where they're growing much of the menu out back, and the burgers and pizzas are made and topped with the freshest ingredients.
Guy Fieri hits three joints with the same name twice -- Pok Pok, Tap Tap and Niko Nikos. In Houston, an old gas station serving up authentic Greek specialties including moussaka, gyros and honey-drenched donut holes called loukoumades; In Miami Beach, Fla., a Haitian restaurant doing a classic marinated pork and a one-of-a kind watercress sauce -- all from scratch; and in Portland, Ore., a walk-up or dine-in place where they're making all kinds of Asian, from Thai marinated boar to Vietnamese chicken wings.
Guy Fieri uncovers some unexpected joints the locals love: In Boise, Idaho, a 50-year-old drive-in where you can order on the speaker box, and end up with prime rib; in Santa Fe, N.M., a pizza joint where they'll top your pie with green chilies; and all kinds of authentic Jamaican cooking in Fort Worth, at a place the Texas locals have fallen in love with.
Guy Fieri uncovers some places the regulars keep piling into: In Santa Fe, a little café serving El Salvadoran specialties; In Salt Lake City, a barbeque joint where folks line up for the house special -- burnt ends. And on the Mississippi coast, a joint on stilts where they re doing Creole favorites.
Guy Fieri checks out some longtime favorites. In Cleveland, an Italian joint where the same family has been making pizza, meatballs and chicken parmesan for more than 50 years; In Buffalo, a 50-year-old diner where they're smoking their own bacon and making ham and red-eye gravy from scratch; and in Attleboro, Mass., a local landmark since 1911, serving New England classics like French meat pie and Fisherman's stew.
This trip, Guy's hittin' the road and chowin' down on some long-standing traditions. In Ventura, Calif., one Pete passes another Pete a rockin' breakfast joint servin' up pancake burritos and fiery-hot sandwiches. And in Baltimore, check out the Greek spot where two cooking families come together to serve up age-old family recipes.
This trip, Guy's diggin' into all kinds of fantastic flavors. In Memphis, the bar turned bistro offering low brow favorites like duck fried rice and Jack Daniels bread pudding. In Haleiwa, Hawaii, the food truck rocking out Thai short ribs and crunchy local shrimp. And in Baltimore, Guy revisits a joint firing up the grills for the signature taste of pit beef sandwiches.
This trip, Guy Fieri's parking the Camaro in Beantown for an all-Boston smorgasbord. Just outside the city in Allston, two restaurants sharing one kitchen cooking up totally different menus; Mexican street food on one side and gastropub standouts, like killer gravlax and dynamite chicken sausage, on the other. Then in South Boston, the authentic Polish restaurant dishing out righteous pierogi and an old-country fried pork favorite, where he's joined by Anthony Shriver, founder of Best Buddies International, and former NFL player Dan Koppen.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting up all kinds of killer joints, from classic Italian to modern Americana. In Jackson, Wyo., the California chef bringing his brand of legit Mexican to the mountains, like savory chicken sopes and one of Guy's favorite dishes, posole. In Carmel, Calif., Cooking Channel host G. Garvin is along for the ride at an authentic Italian joint dishin' out tri-color cannelloni and fresh seafood cioppino. And in Long Beach, Calif., the artistic chef serving up signature veggie sammies and a spin on pig and grits.
This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into a righteous mashup of flavors. In Orlando, Fla., a potato-centric palace dishing out hearty Brazilian specialties. Then, Joey Fatone is riding shotgun to his very own hot dog hangout. And in Palm Springs, Calif., a dynamite deli serving up real-deal latkes and turkey pastrami.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into some winner winner chicken dinners! In Maui, Hawaii, it's a star-studded stop at Mick Fleetwood's joint serving the rocker's mom's favorite chicken, plus a dish that musician Sammy Hagar dives right into. Then, a Hawaiian-Thai food truck stuffin' their wings and fryin' their ribs to perfection. And in Palm Springs, Calif., a hot dog spot going meatless with their chili dog and putting a big twist on chicken and waffles.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's digging into a multicultural flavorfest. In Hawaii, a poke place knocking it out of the park with their island specialties. In San Carlos, Calif., a crazy Italian spot putting tasty twists on their homemade pasta. Plus, in Miami, a Latin joint servin' up killer Colombian specialties.
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.
The sun is out and the surf is high as Guy Fieri hits up some ultimate DDD spots by the shore. First, he's in Honolulu to say "Hi" to an old buddy who's reelin' in fresh poke and smokin' pork by the plateful. Then, a fresh fish market in San Diego is growing their menu -- and their real estate. And in Kona, Hawaii, there's a never-before-seen Triple D hot spot where a do-gooder is using his pirating ways to spread international flavor and give back to his community.
This trip, Guy Fieri's going from coast to coast and to the Great Lakes to dig up some dynamite dishes. In Los Angeles, a Mexican joint in Grand Central Market servin' outrageous octopus tostadas and their lights-out spin on a burger. Then, in Norfolk, Va., a bistro turning out grown-up, gourmet grilled cheese. Plus, a righteous stop in Lansing, Mich. doin' it up right.
This trip, Guy Fieri's checking out joints putting their own spin on global flavor. In Kauai, Hawaii, a culinary dojo ampin' up local specialties like saimin and chile pepper chicken. An outrageous twist on tacos and burritos in Kansas City, Mo., and a funky food truck in El Paso, Texas, puttin' out meatless Mexican that's huge on taste.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing all kinds of outrageous grub. In Maui, Hawaii, a funky joint puttin' out ridiculous ramen and the bomb beer can chicken. In Los Angeles, an off-the-hook food truck putting a twist on fish and chips. Plus, a downtown barbecue spot smokin' up the belly and frying up the chicken.
Guy Fieri is traveling the country on this trip, diggin' into all kinds of dishes. In Los Angeles, a late-night spot all about breakfast with a twist, like drunken French toast. In Columbus, Ohio, a funky joint serving creative combos like brisket on corn cakes. And in Phoenix, a barbecue stop smokin' up prime rib and pork belly dumplings.
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.