On this trip, Guy Fieri crosses the border to Vancouver, British Columbia, to check in on an elevated eatery serving the ultimate in diner food, from confit duck to pancakes. In Austin, Texas, a barbecue joint whose claim to fame -- and its name -- is all in the wood, and a Korean-inspired, French oven-baked pizza parlor in Minneapolis knockin' out killer creations and piling 'em on the perfect pies.
This trip, Guy's going local. In Boulder, Colo., a college town favorite using an ages-old pizza sheeter to crank out pies with personality, like the Buddha basil with fresh pesto. In Chicago, a family-run farm to table joint scratch makin' everything from biscuits and duck confit gravy to eggs benedict with chorizo. And in Norfolk, Va., a cafe nestled in the farmer's market using totally fresh ingredients in everything from meatloaf to applewood smoked ribs.
Some of the tastiest stops on Guy Fieri's DDD road trip have been at Mexican joints, where generations-old family recipes and totally fresh ingredients combine to create incredible food. Coast to coast, from Chicago to Salt Lake City to San Diego, new twists on old classics are keeping tradition alive. From the chicken stuffed sopapilla at Salsa Brava to the pozole at La Texanita and the outta bounds smoked trout at Momocho, this one-hour special is stuffed to the brim with south of the border stunners.
This trip, it's a journey across the Pacific without ever leaving the States for a full hour of amazing Asian cuisine. Guy Fieri's diving into everything from a Korean coffee shop in San Francisco adding kimchi and sweet chili to their cafe staples to Vietnamese classics in New York and Utah. Plus, Thai specialties like dragon eggs in Arizona, and pork and prawn soup in Oregon.
This trip, Guy's hittin' up some spots putting their heart and soul into everything they do. In Carlsbad, Calif., the family-owned Italian joint staying true to a long-standing ravioli recipe. In Troutdale, Ore., the ages-old riverside tavern crankin' out killer sloppy joes. And in San Francisco, the Mexican joint with a real deal chef servin' up authentic Mexican dishes like quesadillas, tortas and pozole rojo.
Guy Fieri's hitting the road and digging into some down-home cooking. In Garland, Utah, a century-old staple servin' up savory sandwiches and a legendary sweet treat. In Oklahoma City, a local landmark first opened in the 1950s dishing out Southern specialties, and in Denver, a joint putting a healthy, paleo spin on classic comfort food dishes.
Ever notice how some of the best food can be found on four wheels? In this one-hour special, Guy's pulling up to some of the tastiest food trucks on DDD. From burgers in Key West, Fla., to chilaquiles in California, tacos in Hawaii to fresh catches in Canada, these mobile kitchens are running the gamut of grub-on-the-go. So get in line for some out-of-bounds alfresco favorites.
Guy Fieri is lightening the load on this trip, starting in Boston, where he pops into Triple D's first diner to check out the egg-white omelets. Then, a Cuban joint in Los Angeles is trading in bread for plantains and stuffing avocado with fresh fish. Finally, jackfruit tacos in Park City, Utah, are perfect for devouring after a day jumping moguls.
This trip, Guy's diggin' into some super sandwiches and savory stew. In Santa Fe, N.M., the cafe with a native Kenyan in the kitchen serving up totally fresh fish, like island spiced banana leaf mahi mahi and a killer Caribbean goat stew. And in Albuquerque, N.M., the school lunch maven crankin' out creative sammies like turkey avocado with green apple chile chutney and a totally unique Duke City reuben.
Ethnic food runs the gamut on DDD, and Guy totally loves to try new things. In this special, we'll check out some of Guy's favorite spots serving up all kinds of traditional ethnic dishes, from hand-pulled Chinese noodles at Peaceful Restaurant to quesadillas and tortas at Nopalito and righteous Guamanian classics like shrimp fritters at PDX 671, these joints are authentic to the bone. And some of the best spots are keepin' it in the family like the brothers at OB Noodle House cranking out all kinds of Asian staples they picked up from pops and the mother/son team at Irazu serving up Costa Rican classics. Sit back, relax, and get ready for your flavor jets to get kicked into high gear.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' grub piled high on bread and buns. In Colorado Springs, a funky joint going scratch-made and local with their Pueblo chili burger and a hangover specialty. In Washington D.C., the family-run sandwich shop servin' up a killer corned beef hoagie and lights-out porchetta, where he's joined by NFL player Stevie Brown. And in Atlantic City, a neighborhood pub with knockout grub like a pork and brisket sandwich and savory tequila shrimp.
Guy Fieri is goin' global with flavors from all over the world. In Warr Acres, Okla., a Middle Eastern smorgasbord serving standout samosas and chicken kebab. A funky spot in Portland, Ore., turning out real-deal Mexican tortas, and in Hollywood, Fla., an authentic spot cookin' up legit Indonesian specialties.
This trip, Guy Fieri is loadin' up on tropical flavor. In Marathon, Fla., a waterside spot serving up lobster enchiladas and lionfish rolls. In Hilo, Hawaii, a funky food truck cooking Vietnamese specialties like the bomb banh mi sandwiches and standout spring rolls. And in Maui, a fresh-catch joint puttin' out poke and a new twist on fish tacos.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's taking a detour to find some not-your-everyday eats. In Richmond, Va., a jammin' Jamaican joint serving outrageous oxtail and fried chicken with true island flavor. In Reno, Nev., a sandwich spot going loco with the bird and putting a unique twist on the breakfast burrito, and finally, a funky place in Ottawa, Canada, serving Newfoundland specialties like a 400-year-old cod cake recipe.
This trip, Guy Fieri's thinking outside the box. First up, he and his son, Hunter, check on an Italian spot in Boston dishing out double portions of their authentic eats. Then, just outside the city, an eclectic diner's wowing the crowds with brand-new blue-plate specials. And in Baltimore, a pizza joint is serving up not-your-average-shaped pies.
This trip Guy's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.
This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into some diverse dishes on both sides of the Pacific. In Los Angeles, the East Coast buddies piling on a plateful of guilty pleasures like the Fat Jerry sammie, a smorgasbord of fried favorites from chicken fingers to mozzarella sticks to steak, where he's joined by actor Jerry Ferrara. In Monterey, Calif., the boat-to-table spot on the pier crankin' out all kinds of fresh fish like the abalone sliders and the seasonal crab feast. In Aiea, Hawaii, the double-duty bowling alley/restaurant is keeping it funky with one of DDD's best-ever oxtail soups and the flavorful grilled turkey sandwich.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' some grub cooked up at pubs! In Minneapolis, a big-time brewery cooking up dishes like righteous pulled pork and a killer brisket sandwich. In Miami, a craft drink and beer joint serving southern favorites like hen and dumplings and a lamb belly BLT, where he's joined by Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey from KC and the Sunshine Band. And in Los Angeles, an Italian restaurant and bar dishin' out a mega-meat pizza and wild boar gnocchi.
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.
For this trip, Guy Fieri zeroes in on Chico, California, celebrating the town's food scene as residents and restaurant owners recover from ravaging fires that rocked the area. There's a wood-fired Italian spot cooking up powerhouse pork ragu and killer chicken, and a bakery servin' up standout savory specialties like their legendary black bean chili and a Korean pork salad. Plus, a pub elevating their grub with a "Pho-rench Dip" and banh mi tacos.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing dishes stacked and stuffed with off-the-hook goodness. In Baltimore, the cozy pasta bar rolling out righteous ravioli and topping things off with killer clams. In Eugene, Ore., the sandwich food truck creating a meaty, cheesy masterpiece and a double dose of pork. And in Cable, Wis., the small town favorite charging up their barbecue with espresso and firing up creme brulee French toast.
This trip Guy's rolling out for a new take on old favorites. In Truckee, Calif., a vintage diner taking meatloaf to a whole new level. In Cincinnati, a chili parlor taking the local favorite to the next level; and in Atlantic Beach, Fla., an Irish pub making a Guinness Beef stew recipe straight from the Emerald Isle.
Guy Fieri's taking a walk down memory lane to check on some of his favorite DDD finds. He gets a second helping at his first Peruvian place in Chicago. In Seattle, tradition stands firm at an old school chili parlor. Plus, in Portland, Ore., a walk-up window with international influence has its fair share of dining developments.
Guy hits the road for some local flavor. In Lexington, South Carolina, a farmer's market/restaurant, where the collard greens are right off the farm. In Lackawanna, New York, an Italian joint serving scratch made lasagna loaded with stuffed peppers. And in Honolulu, Hawaii, a local favorite where the chef is putting a fresh spin on a Hawaiian fish classic called poke.
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.