This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos. In Minneapolis, a nationally-acclaimed bar known for its eclectic mix of polka and pierogi. And in Portsmouth, Va., a decades-old fried chicken joint crankin' out their original recipe.
Guy Fieri searches out some neighborhood favs including the St. Louis tavern cranking out authentic international dishes like home made German spaetzle; the Virginia café where calzones are a taste of New York; BBQ at what looks like a New Jersey diner, in Arizona; and the Philadelphia area diner that's so local the regulars have their own coffee cups to help wash down the scrapple.
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.
Guy checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.
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's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.
Guy Fieri discovers great local favorites including a Memphis joint where whole chickens are deep fried; in Virginia, near the Chesapeake, a place where a former boat captain serves classic crab cakes and in Omaha, a casual joint with serious food.
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.
Guy Fieri visits a Mexican restaurant and tortilla factory in San Diego where father and daughter work side-by-side. Next, a real-deal diner in Massachusetts, where father and son have been cranking out classic plates together for 20 years, then a legendary Chicago burger joint where folks are lining up for the char-burgers a couple of brothers are cranking out along with three-layer fries.
This trip, Guy Fieri's parkin' at joints that are serving up big flavor in small towns. From old-school to new twists, these places have put themselves on the map with their killer grub. So get ready head out of the city for standout spots all over America that are worth the extra drive!
This trip, Guy Fieri's visiting spots that are keeping things all in the family, from husband-wife duos to multiple generations to decades-old local landmarks. So get ready to dive into dynamite dishes served up straight from the heart, all over the nation!
This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up all sorts of favorites straight outta Flavortown. These are the off-the-chain joints filled with killer cuisine and crazy characters, like a double-wide bus cranking out supersized hot dogs in West Virginia, ping pong mixed with pizza in D.C., and a fish extravaganza with all kinds of aloha spirit in Hawaii. There's real deal diners, funky fusion, global greats and standout sandwiches, all packed into one flavorful hour of DDD favorites.
This trip, Guy Fieri's soaking in the sunshine and grabbing some grub at hot spots across America. There's a coastal seafood-palooza at a Hawaiian shrimp truck, a North Carolina drive-through, a classic Florida fish house and some serious outdoor smokin' in California. Plus, plenty of the unexpected, like sushi in Mexico, Pakistani in Arizona and Singapore specialties in California. Grab some SPF, relax and dig in!
This trip, Guy Fieri's meeting up with rockstar chefs taking center stage in the kitchen. There's everything from a dynamite D.C. deli, to the bomb breakfast in Baltimore, to killer Creole in Los Angeles, out-of-bounds biscuits in Atlanta and a pork-lovers' paradise in Portland, Ore. Plus, pizza with pizzazz in Minneapolis and one crazy joint in Charlotte, N.C. So get ready for these unforgettable culinary superheroes!
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling across the country to dig deep into deep-fried favorites. From surf to turf and from appetizers to the main event, these sizzling sensations are too tempting to pass up.
Guy Fieri's hitting the road and grabbing all kinds of worldwide flavor. In Kauai, Hawaii, a Japanese-Hawaiian spot putting a quick spin on fish, burgers and burritos. In Kansas City, Mo., an Australian bakery cookin' up Down Under comfort food like meat pies and sausage rolls, and in El Paso, Texas, a funky joint servin' international mashups like Pasta Chihuahua and an oxtail tostada.
Guy Fieri hits the road to find some of the best local favorites in the country: Off the hook chili from a secret family recipe at an 85-year-old Seattle joint; Crab cioppino and artichoke soup at a more than 100-year-old California bar-turned-restaurant, with a produce garden of its own; and an Oklahoma joint on Rt. 66 that serves some of the most bizarre local favorites you've ever seen.
Guy Fieri goes to some great places viewers have suggested: A 60-year-old legacy in Florida where even the fish goes in the smoker; a Hawaiian paradise outside of Seattle, serving up authentic island food that has the mainlanders hooked; and a Tiki Bar in Minneapolis where they'll fry anything and the drinks have umbrellas.
Guy Fieri rolls out to find some places doing great food their own unique way: The West Virginia joint built into a couple of old busses, where they’re serving one pound deep fried hot dogs – and three pound burgers; The Florida bar that’s doing classic French escargot and fresh mahi mahi sandwiches; and in Virginia, what looks like just another café’, but with a classically trained chef who’s making it all from scratch – from chicken with feta, white wine and artichokes, to home made pesto.
This trip, Guy Fieri is grabbin' some unique eats. First, in Santa Fe, N.M., a not-your-everyday Indian spot servin' up favorites like dosas and lamb curry. Then, a deli in Reno, Nev., with its own take on sandwiches, including pork belly banh mi and Grandma's surprising meatloaf. Finally, an out-of-this-world vegetarian place in Cambridge, Mass., gettin' creative with a mac-and-cheese waffle and a seitan chicken sandwich.
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 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.
This trip, Guy's feasting on the many tastes of Europe. In Tacoma, the Eastern European joint heating up a hearty hangover soup and meat dish. In Toronto, Canada, the meatball-only spot servin' up their unique versions of spaghetti and meatballs. And in Syracuse, the Polish family restaurant piling their potato pancakes high with a savory stew.
Guy Fieri's family loves cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they combine the best of both worlds with some Triple-D style takeout. Guy and his son, Hunter, chat via video with four DDD alums who send ingredients to make their most off-the-hook recipes. On this menu, there's a wild West Virginia weenie, a new spin on a burger from Charlotte, N.C., a Miami Asian-barbecue mashup and a righteous baloney sandwich from Atlanta.
This trip, Guy Fieri's visiting an all-female lineup that's rockin' the house. In Houston, a grandma firing up family recipes like homemade tamales and chile rellenos with a twist. In Orlando, Fla., a funky spot focused on making meatball masterpieces. Plus, the bomb bakery scratch-making sweet and savory specialties.
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.