This trip, Guy Fieri's crossing the Atlantic to take a big bite out of Barcelona, Spain. He's diving in to the many different cuisines the city has to offer, from a homey spot serving Galician-style octopus and soup, to a grab-and-go sandwich stop cooking up traditional sausage and sauces. Plus, a family-owned joint puttin' out old-school Catalan cooking, like rabbit and snail specialties.
This trip, Guy's rollin' out for a festival of flavors. In Portland, Ore., the Guamanian food truck serving up righteous shrimp fritters and a unique spin on chicken salad. In Wheat Ridge, Colo., the family-run comfort food joint crankin' out killer cannoli and kraut burgers. And in San Francisco, the fusion food truck combining Filipino and Latin traditions in adobo buffalo wings and grandpa's recipe for pork tacos.
Guy Fieri rolls in for a world of flavor: In Phoenix, a family-owned joint where five sisters are cranking out authentic Mexican tacos; In Seattle, an auto shop turned Greek restaurant serving gyros and flaming cheese like mom used to make; and in San Francisco, a little Italian place making grandpa's bolognese and clams with linguine.
Guy Fieri checks out some places keeping the feel of the past alive: In Idaho, the local landmark brought back to life, where they're dishing up big plates; In Portland, the old-time lunch counter where folks love the grilled cheese and home made tomato soup; And in Miami, the family joint doing seafood the way their grandparents did back in Cuba.
Guy Fieri heads for three great diners that viewers e-mailed to recommend: In Baltimore, a gleaming, family-run place with a huge menu ranging from burgers, to goulash, to home made shrimp creole; in Salt Lake City, the diner that's heavy on tattoos and 1940s decor, where they're brining their own corned beef for hash, and smoking their own salmon; and in Minneapolis, the diner run by a CIA trained chef, whose specialties now include fried pickles and chicken and waffles.
This trip, Guy's pullin' in for a mishmash of comfort food. In Philadelphia, the low country joint dishing out unique North African chicken and sour cream pound cake. In Leucadia, Calif., the roadside taco truck going organic, stuffin' tacos with locally sourced meat, fish and vegetables. And in Phoenix, the boxing gym slash restaurant servin' up mac and cheese muffins and chicken pot pie in glass mugs.
This trip Guy discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.
Guy Fieri stops in for some one-of-a-kind specials: The Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, N.H., where they're cooking homemade Twinkies and have been baking 20 kinds of pie since 1922; Voulas Cafe in Seattle for their signature "Hobo scramble" breakfast; and Hank's Creekside in Santa Rosa, Calif., where they serve every kind of "Benedict" imaginable.
This trip, Guy Fieri's getting a taste of global flavor. In Cincinnati, the Jamaican joint firing up their trademark jerk chicken and spicy snapper. In Boston, the lunch-only spot serving a full plate of authentic Italian, like porcini cascioni and rosettes. And in Duluth, the flavorful border dweller dishin' out a taste of Thailand with dishes like the Bangkok burrito and a killer lamb curry.
Guy Fieri checks out breakfast from east to southwest: In New Orleans, a juice bar making bagels from scratch, and homemade lox; a New Mexico roadhouse mixing Philly food with Southwestern favorites; and in Pittsburgh, a family joint scratch making pancakes with everything from peanut butter to pumpkin.
Guy Fieri tracks down some places and plates that are totally off the hook: chili and tater-tot pizza at a Kansas City joint run by a sculptor; brunch on the water at a Long Beach, Ca. legend where the specialty of the house is called the mess; a Michigan diner that's serving Vietnamese pho bowls; and the barbecue RV that brings pulled pork to just about anywhere in the Chicago area.
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.
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.