Guy Fieri rolls out for medium rare done right. In San Francisco, a dive bar cranking out high-end, homemade dishes like apricot relish on a double pork chop; in Cambridge, Mass., a Harvard Square institution serving burgers piled high; and in Kemah, Texas, a meat market turned restaurant grilling up great house-cut steaks.
Guy Fieri rolls in for old favorites -- some with a twist. In San Francisco he visits a neighborhood diner spicing, roasting and smoking fresh pork; in Western New York, a 37-year-old joint turning sandwiches into pizza; in Cleveland, a family place serving old European favorites, including Chicken Paprikash.
Guy Fieri heads out for serious fast food. He visits a Naraganset, R.I., joint with more than 20 burgers on the menu; a place in Eagle Rock, Calif., slow-smoking barbequed pork; a family-run taqueria in Rosenberg, Texas, where dessert is something called a "snoball."
Guy Fieri hits a Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.
Guy Fieri tries out favorites from around the corner and around the globe. In Chicago, a Peruvian joint serving classic lomo saltado (sauteed rib eye with French fries mixed right in) and beef heart; in Oklahoma City, a local institution where the bread's baked fresh daily and the schnitzel's done like back in Germany; and in South Buffalo, N.Y., a pub making the home town favorite, a sandwich called "beef on weck."
Guy Fieri checks out some viewer favorites. In Charlotte, North Carolina, a fast food joint where the big hit's a double burger called the Super Boy; In Lakewood, Ohio, a neighborhood favorite for grilled cheese sandwiches ... dozens of them; And in Houston, Texas, a British Pub serving scratch made shepherd's pie.
Guy Fieri rolls in for things done a little differently: In Columbia, S.C., a burger place doing handmade patties with a southern kicker ... fried green tomatoes; in Buffalo, a corner diner serving everything with a side of homemade bread, baked fresh daily; and in Berkeley, Calif., a diner that's redefining scrapple.
Guy Fieri travels the whole country for homemade comfort food: In Charlotte, N.C., a neighborhood favorite doing chicken and dumplings; in Providence, a diner doing a local classic called a Johnnycake. And in San Jose, Calif., a garage turned restaurant making burgers, ketchup, and fries from scratch.
This trip Guys rolls in for old school classics and something a little different. In Chaffee, N.Y., a 54-year-old restaurant next to a farm field, where they're still doing chicken a la king from scratch. In Santa Cruz, Calif., a bait and tackle shop turned sit-down restaurant that's been serving homemade Italian favorites and fresh calamari for more than 30 years. And in Cleveland, the Mod Mex joint making tuna tacos with blood orange marmalade and guacamole with house smoked trout.
Guy rolls in for food done fresh and a little different. In San Francisco, one of Guy Fieri's favorite ocean-side spots serving up fresh Dungeness crab. In Reno, Nev., the neighborhood cafe doing scratch made granola. And in Charlotte, N.C., whole turkeys ... not roasted, but boiled.
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.