This trip Guy's rolling coast to coast for flavor. In Astoria, N.Y., a dive bar cranking out slow roasted lamb ribs with fresh tzatziki. In Geyserville, Calif., a third-generation Italian restaurant serving up the family meatball recipe in a slider. And in Indianapolis, a catering kitchen turned restaurant where something called tomato bon bons have become a local favorite.
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 Fieri's sampling sandwiches, sausage and even a little schnitzel. In Portland, Ore., a standout spot servin' up specialties straight out of Switzerland. In Charlotte, N.C., a funky food truck dishing out grilled cheese with all kinds of culinary twists. Plus, another Charlotte stop at a hot dog joint making sausage from scratch and a classic chili cheese Coney.
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 pulling in for some big flavor. In New Orleans, a corner restaurant and bar where the local seafood sandwich is so large they call it The Barge. In Carmel, Ind., a joint serving Jersey cheese steaks topped 33 different ways. And in Bridgeport, Conn., Triple D fans show us their favorite spot for burgers, dogs and seafood.
This trip, Guy Fieri's tackling everything from land to sea. In Des Moines, the funky fusion joint serving up unique burritos alongside off-the-chain bulgogi masa fries. Across town in the Beaverdale area of Des Moines, the Southern spot cooking up all the classics, from ribs and red beans and rice to catfish cakes and collards. And in Atlantic City, the husband-wife duo dishing out soul food standouts like turkey chops and pig feet.
This trip, Guy Fieri's finding a desert treasure and island flavor. In Palm Desert, Calif., a breakfast-lunch cafe dishin' out a righteous rib melt and nostalgic breakfast tarts. In Maui, Hawaii, a funky gluten-free spot making full-flavored pizza and fish and chips. And in Virginia Beach, Va., a crazy Caribbean joint serving up jammin' jerk pork and mama's beef stew.
This trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' the west coast for a taste of California. In Culver City, Gene Simmons from Kiss makes a surprise visit to the neighborhood hangout dishing out real deal Hawaiian. Nearby in Garden Grove, the family-run Mexican joint serving up standout tamales and traditional beef chamorro. And up the coast in Monterey, the funky fish house grillin' up fresh-caught oysters and a full-flavored pasta-seafood medley, where Guy is joined by chef G. Garvin.
Guy Fieri meets cooks doing things their own way: In Flagstaff, Ariz., a family place where the beef stew is made from tenderloin; in San Diego, a restaurant in a fish market where two brothers insist their way is the only way to do fresh fish right; and in Chicago, at a dive bar where a heavy metal fan is turning out nearly two dozen different burgers named for rock bands.
This trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' from east to west for a taste of Asian and Americana. In Washington D.C., a funky underground joint serving knockout dumplings and the bomb ramen. In Ocean City, New Jersey, a pizza parlor firin' up cheeseburger and chicken vodka pies. And in Colorado Springs, a comfort food cafe going big with their Rocky Mountain roast beef and king-sized cinnamon rolls.
This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into a meat lover's paradise. In Colorado Springs, a Jamaican joint dishing out killer curry goat and jammin' jerk chicken. In Baltimore, a funky beer bar serving up wild boar sliders and outrageous pork belly mac and cheese fries. And in Washington D.C., an uber-deli carvin' up homemade pastrami and rolling out a meat-filled Moroccan specialty.
This trip, Guy Fieri travels the country diving into some meaty masterpieces starting at a spot in Longmont, Colorado, that serves craft beer and primo pub grub like their piled-high poutine burger. In Dallas, a funky joint mashes up Texas barbecue with pizza to create combos like their potato chip pie. And in Scottsdale, Arizona, a legit Vietnamese spot cooks up specialties like killer clay-pot chicken.
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 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 hits nothing but diners on this trip. In Santa Cruz, Calif., where east coast diner meets Vietnamese cooking for everything from Reubens to spring rolls; In Peabody, Mass., an old lunch car turned diner where the locals pile in for home made favorites like Boston Baked Beans; And in Norman, Okla., a beloved local landmark serving award winning chili on everything from fries to burgers and hot dogs.
Guy Fieri tracks down fast food done right: In New Mexico, the fifty-four-year-old drive-in that's legendary for Green Chile Cheeseburgers; In Omaha, the taqueria where they're deep frying tacos -- from homemade tortillas; and in Connecticut, the hot dog joint that started as a truck, where a trained chef is turning out all kinds of scratch made combo dogs.
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 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.
Guy Fieri pulls up for a sandwich: In Salt Lake City, a old pottery school making homemade meatball subs and a cheesesteak done Philly-style; in San Diego, 30 kinds of burgers including ostrich, alligator and Angus beef and in Chicago, a one-of-a-kind Mexican sandwich.
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 crossing the country for all kinds of flavor. In Charlotte, N.C., a converted gas station grilling a maple-glazed pork chop. In Cincinnati, a burger joint topping them with scratch made burgundy mushroom and mango curry sauces. And outside Sonoma, Calif., a local grill where the tri tip's smoked over wine-soaked wood.
On this special, hourlong trip, Guy's taking us on a tour of Ferndale, Calif., which is not only his hometown, but one of many small towns in Humboldt County with righteous food and a whole lotta flair. There's the generations-old apple orchard with a special place in Guy's heart, to the local's watering hole where Guy first experienced work life in the kitchen; the old-school butcher and the artisan cheese maker. This is a super chef's hometown tour you won't wanna miss!
This trip, Guy's grubbin' at some popular hangouts. In St. Louis, the classic British pub cooking up gourmet grilled cheese and a porchetta masterpiece. In Kill Devil Hills, N.C., the brewing station serving righteous shrimp and grits alongside craft made beers. And in Cranston, R.I., the corner spot dishin' out the pasta loaded with little neck clams.
This trip, Guy's stopping by some joints that are keepin' it fresh. In San Francisco, the Venezuelan joint servin' up a totally gluten-free menu of authentic standbys like arepas and empanadas. And in Portland, Ore., the family-run sausage spot cranking out dozens of homemade meats like Italian red wine dry cured salami and roasted garlic and rosemary bologna.
This trip, Guy Fieri's giving some love to a little town with a lot of flavor. In Bakersfield, Calif., the landmark Basque spot serving a four-course meal including outrageous oxtail and garlic fried chicken. Across town, the Greek place cooking up authentic specialties like cabbage dolmades and braised beef over pasta. And west of town in Taft, Calif., the funky Asian joint dishing out killer pad Thai and a favorite called tom yum kung.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting up some legit local landmarks. In Des Moines, the historic drive-in famous for their nearly century-old chili recipe. In Leeds Point, N.J., the scenic seaside joint serving up fresh catch since the 1930s. And in Brigantine, N.J., the old-school butcher shop cranking out righteous homemade sausage and real deal jerky.
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.