Guy Fieri rolls out for some classic American grub...discovering the secret recipe of the "cabrito" burger at a gourmet roadside shack in Tarpley, Texas; flipping the perfect over-easy egg in a Kansas diner; and stumbling upon a Mediterranean mecca on the long desert highway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Guy Fieri finds great Italian food in places you'd never expect: The Tennessee drive-in where they make their own meat sauce and bring the pasta to your car; the 1940s New York Diner, shipped to Texas, that's serving east coast Italian sausage peppers; and the bar in a Las Vegas strip mall where they make the best Stromboli Guy's ever had.
Guy Fieri searches out some off-the-hook specials from coast to coast: The North Carolina joint where they're frying up pickles and homemade corn dogs; The Chicago area drive-in where Guy gets the secret to great Italian beef and the old-time Los Angeles hangout where the big hit is the Governator's special breakfast.
Guy Fieri is up early and rolling out to some of America's greatest breakfast joints, digging into the famous "Garbage Plate" at Frank's Diner in Kenosha, Wis. (brought to its location by a team of horses in 1926), checkin' out the Chili Verde omelet at The Coffee Cup in Boulder City, Nev. and the 'great for what ails you' John Wayne Breakfast at the Gaffey Street Diner in San Pedro, Calif.
Guy Fieri's on the hunt for the secrets of some of the best barbecue in America.
Guy Fieri finds out what only the locals know at some places that have been drawing hometown crowds for years: The A1 diner in Gardiner, Maine, where they're cooking up gourmet specials in a 60 year old classic; Leo's Barbecue in Oklahoma City for amazing ribs in a former gas station; and the Eveready Diner in Hyde Park, N.Y., where after more than half a century, they bake their own bread and even the pancake batter is made completely from scratch.
Guy chases down the best of America's signature dish at three classic burger joints.
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.
Guy Fieri rolls out to some legendary joints that'll take you back in time: Taylor's Automatic Refresher in St. Helena, California, an original 1940s take-out only burger joint, where nothing has changed -- except the choice of burgers now includes Ahi Tuna; Southside Soda Shop and Diner in Goshen, Indiana, a total 60's experience, where the special is home-made chili over spaghetti in a parfait glass; And Byways Café in Portland, where the red vinyl booths and checkered floor keep it feeling like the 50s, and they make their own corned beef hash and key lime pie.
Guy Fieri goes the extra mile to check out some places well worth traveling to: The Big Star Diner on Bainbridge Island off Seattle, reachable only by Ferry, where the home-made chorizo scramble and salmon hash are totally worth the trip; Mo Gridders BBQ in the Bronx, N.Y., where you can get off-the-hook ribs while they repair your car; and Harold's Cafe in rural Gaffney, S.C., for a taste of pinto beans and fatback.
Guy Fieri rolls out to Kelly's Diner in Somerville, Mass. for the secrets of a fresh New England lobster roll; The Bay Way Diner in Linden, N.J. for oven roasted top round Philly cheese steak; and the Beacon Drive-in in Spartanburg, S.C., where the specialty is the A-Plenty, a meal or sandwich covered in French fries and homemade onion rings.
Guy Fieri checks out some longtime joints at the heart of their communities.