On this trip, Guy Fieri grabs a spoon for slurpin', starting in Honolulu with Guy's Hawaiian doppelganger, who's running a bowling alley diner known for killer oxtail soup. Then, in Baltimore, a mashup of Maryland-inspired soups has the nation flocking to this family-run restaurant. Finally, a pizza-making chef in New Mexico is spicing her soup with a Santa Fe staple.
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.
Guy Fieri is reliving his most meat-tastic memories, starting in Kansas City, Mo., at an award-winning BBQ joint serving up pork belly burnt ends. Then, a taqueria in Dallas is still flipping the script on Tex-Mex and bringing real deal Mex-Tex to the masses. And a sub shop is winning over Washington, D.C., with their huge hoagies and homemade everything.
It's a feeding frenzy on this trip, as Guy Fieri first stops in to see an old buddy in Kansas City, Mo., who's got new spots and a secret menu of sandwiches that are not so secret anymore. Then, a grab-and-go taqueria is now three locations deep in Baltimore, and it's a familiar tune at a Greek joint in Cambridge, Mass., where they've got the moussaka market cornered.
Guy Fieri has a righteous time revisiting joints offering everything from pie to Thai. In Honolulu, a family spot going strong with their specialties straight out of Thailand. In Dallas, a funky spot blowing up all over town with their pizza and pasta, and in Washington, D.C., a pizza-ping pong mashup serving up even more winning combos.
Guy Fieri's taking a trip around the world without leaving the U.S. An Italian eatery in Boston is still serving up real-deal dishes from the homeland, and just down the street, a popular place is making major-league burgers and poppin' up all over the city. There's a first time for everything when Guy decides to revisit a ramen spot in El Paso, Texas, that he just discovered for dinner the night before!
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.
Guy Fieri is getting in touch with his Italian roots. First up, he pops back into an Italian market in Baltimore, where the arancini and eggplant lasagna are both off-the-hook. Then, in Park City, Utah, a ski bum turned chef has the apres-ski crowd clamoring for his seafood cioppino. And in Cleveland, a pizza and pasta place is still servin' up the family recipes -- for a third generation.
On this trip, Guy Fieri checks in on some favorite East Coast eats. His first stop is a neighborhood joint that's still dishin' out diner classics from a cramped kitchen. Then, a mother-son duo doubled their Boston footprint by serving staples from south of the border. In Baltimore, third time is the charm with this out-of-bounds pit beef stand.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is biting into burgers and barbecue. First up, he heads back to an O.G. Triple D barbecue joint in Oklahoma City to see what they're smokin' these days. Then, a burger biz in Roy, Utah, is flippin' patties for a third generation, and they've added some exotic meats. Finally, in Virginia Beach, Va., it's brisket and burnt ends like you wouldn't believe.
First up on this road trip revisit, Guy Fieri is not sure he's in the right place when he pops by an Oklahoma City diner known for their onion burgers. Then, in Baltimore, a brunch spot is steppin' up their grit game, and a quirky joint in downtown Los Angeles is still puttin' a spin on their diner dishes.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is covering all things smothered. First up, Guy chats with mole masters in Salt Lake City who are crankin' out 10 different kinds of their special sauce -- and the new one is nuts. Then, in Florida, a diner is dishing out down-home comfort food like biscuits and gravy, and a corner joint in Reno, Nev., is keeping their Basque traditions alive by servin' up sweetbreads in style.
Guy Fieri is chickening out across the country, starting at a sandwich shop outside Boston that has customers begging for more with their once-a-month Super Cluckin' sandwich. In Los Angeles, a Filipino favorite is keepin' it real with their coconut beef, cornbread and candy-coated chicken. Plus, a grilled cheese joint in Cleveland brings Guy's catchphrase to life with the Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.
Guy Fieri takes a drive down memory lane and revisits a German joint in Brighton, Colo., known for their killer kraut and signature sausage specials. Then, at a stop in the Midwest, a mod-Mex menu is now showcasing mole smothered pork chops, and a New Orleans native in Los Angeles is still slinging po' boys and boudin in Old Chinatown.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is grabbin' straight from the garden. In Portland, Ore., he checks in on restaurant vets who closed down their original nose-to-tail eatery and opened a farm-to-table vegan joint. In Cleveland, a cafe is still sourcing local staples and making everything from scratch, and finally, a brunch spot in Virginia Beach, Va., literally bought the farm to grow their own ingredients for their take on potato pancakes.
This time, Guy Fieri's heading back to a century-old sausage maker in Portland, Ore., for a taste of pepperoni and a trip down memory lane. Then, in Oklahoma City, a meat-and-three is still dishin' out fried ribs and oxtail just like Mama used to make. And a Jamaican joint in Miami with the same cast of characters is servin' up everything from saltfish to spicy hot hand pies.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's plate is full of hearty, heaping helpings. First up, he stops by a neighborhood joint in Pittsburgh that's still servin' local staples and family favorites. Then, a Florida diner with inspiration from up North is spreading out all over the South, and in Oklahoma, the second generation is churning out award-winning chili on all kinds of creations.
Guy Fieri's trip around the U.S. is a culinary spin around the globe. First up in Alaska, Guy's headed to Santa's hometown, North Pole, where Chinese staples like Dragon Chicken are favorites all year 'round. Then, in Portland, Ore., meat is still king at a family-run German sausage joint, and a Ukrainian market is feeding the Minneapolis crowd authentic eats like cabbage rolls and bigos stew.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's cruisin' around Cali, and his first stop is a Fieri favorite from the pilot episode that's still slayin' with their killer prime rib sandwich. Then, the Camaro's heading south to a neighborhood eatery in Eagle Rock where chicken and pork sandwiches are still supreme. Finally in Los Angeles, a chef from Yucatan is branching out with his Mexican menu.
In this one-hour special, Guy hits up a diverse roster of totally righteous Vegas joints pulling out all the stops, like out-of-this world finger foods at Bachi Burger, the generations-old butcher shop slingin' killer ribs at John Mull's Meats and Road Kill Grill, and the legendary spot that was one of DDD's very first restaurants ever featured — Four Kegs Sports Pub, where they're servin' up all kinds of Italian favorites. Then he's headed over to the Bulgarian joint, Forte European Tapas Bar and Bistro, and a trip to Vegas wouldn't be complete without a trip to Guy's alma mater, UNLV, where Guy's checkin' in with the culinary department and cookin' up Thai Shrimp with Sticky Rice. You can put your money on it — the culinary side of Vegas is a full spread of winners.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' some of the best meals on four wheels thanks to some full-throttle food trucks. In Nashville, a joint transforming the classic grilled cheese into gourmet goodness. In Key West, Fla., a welcoming wagon goin' gangbusters with their burgers and puttin' out the bomb bulgogi tacos. And in San Francisco, a tricked-out truck cooking up amazing Asian street eats.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is going to diners, drive-ins ... and delis. First up, Guy revisits a hoagie shop in Florida where the numbering system has him scratchin' his head. Then, in Denver, a Jewish deli is getting creative with their knishes, and, in Norfolk, VA, the inventor of the ice cream cone is still serving sandwiches and sweet treats over a century later.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is hittin' up BBQ joints and pubs and checkin' out the local grub. In Pacifica, Calif., he revisits an old barbecue buddy to check out his take on pork ribs and a new spin on an old standby. Then, a neighborhood joint in Boulder, Colo., is still a favorite breakfast spot for the college crowd, serving crepes and corned beef hash, and a Minneapolis brewpub hits the road to dish out Minnesota staples like a wild rice burger.
Guy Fieri revisits an old favorite he's been going to for years in San Francisco, but nowadays it's his buddy who's on the line serving up cod rillettes and chowder with a surprise ingredient. In St. Paul, the Godfather of pasta is still servin' scratchmade everything, including a twist on mac and cheese, and in Superior, Wis., a neighborhood hot spot has added some new appetizers with influence from up north.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is making Triple D history in San Francisco with a GGG-turned-DDD star who's bringing his Ethiopian-style flank steak and sauteed prawns to the Triple D Nation. In Minneapolis, an Italian joint is still scratch-making their pasta and prosciutto. Then, a Duluth diner is gathering ingredients straight from their planters and putting them right on your plate.
This time, Guy Fieri is cruising the neighborhood to revisit local hangs he can't get enough of. First up, in San Francisco, an Italian joint keeps crankin' out favorites like chicken marsala and eggplant parmesan. Then, in Philadelphia, an old-school, family-run diner is still offering up scrapple, crepes and apple walnut French toast at any hour of the day. And in St. Paul, a total dive has added even more Chicago-style staples to their menu, including a hot dog topped with giardiniera.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is diving into all sorts of off-the-hook flavors. First up, in the Florida Keys, Guy and Hunter are hittin' up a local landmark that's new to DDD -- but their deconstructed ceviche is the talk of the town. In St. Paul, the stuffed burgers and spicy apps at a neighborhood hot spot called us back for a third time, and, in Philly, classic comfort food is made with unexpected ingredients.
This time, Guy Fieri is checking out a mix of familiar places and new faces. In Miami, Guy and a couple buddies hit up a Haitian place for the first time, and the fried pork and pikliz do not disappoint. Then, in Oakland, a vegan version of Creole classics like gator bites and jambalaya, and, in Blawnox, Pa., an old school dive still dishin' out heaping helpings of hearty home cooking.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is chasing down dynamite dishes on the move. First up, in Kihei, Hawaii, Guy, Hunter and Jules stumble onto a pizza cart that Guy first found on the beach in 2016 -- and the pie is still legit. Then, in Cloquet, Minn., an old-school carhop's delivering double cheeseburgers and real-deal Coneys right to your car, and a food truck traveling throughout San Francisco opened a permanent spot for their Asian-Mexican mashups.
This time, Guy Fieri is diving into all sorts of seafood sensations. In Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, a poke place had to change their address to handle the DDD crowds, but they brought their ahi and oysters with them. Then, in San Francisco, a quaint spot is still servin' Southern staples with a twist -- like their crawfish pot pie. Plus, a clam shack in Key West, Fla., got creative with conch.
Guy Fieri hits the road for a Triple "P" Party! In Houston, he's checking in on a Greek diner where the machinery is as impressive as the food -- like a rotisserie spinning off-the-hook pork. Then, a poke place in Kahului, Hawaii, is dishin' out fresh fish and turning up the heat on tako. And in San Francisco, a real-deal Mexican joint is scratch-makin' it all, from the pozole to the caldo tlalpeño con pollo.
Guy Fieri's traveling from sea to shining sea, starting in Key West, Fla., where a food cart has increased its footprint to churn out even more food, like kimchi and Kogi dogs. In College Station, Texas, Guy goes back to an early stop on the DDD road trip, and they're still makin' classic diner staples like meatloaf and biscuits and gravy. Then, in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, a collision of Hawaiian, Korean and Filipino traditions creates combinations like adobo-style oxtail.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's crossing the continent, starting in Lahaina, Hawaii, where the whole Fieri family revisits a funky noodle joint for some surprising soup at their new beachfront address. Then, it's a double dose of Chicago spots with an Italian eatery that's crankin' out calamari and makin' all kinds of mussels and a Korean-American burger joint going crazy with their kimchi.
Guy Fieri's covering everything from chicken to chorizo, starting on Maui, where he revisits a spot that's churning out smoked chicken and killer cornbread. In Kenosha, Wis., a diner that's almost a century old is still putting chorizo in all their breakfast favorites, like sweet potato hash, and in Chicago, crowds flock to a BBQ joint for their jumbo wings in soy ginger sauce.
It's Triple P on Triple D! First up in Kihei, Hawaii, Guy Fieri finds papaya and pork belly paired up at a local spot known for fusion flavors. An Italian eatery and market in Norridge, Ill., is still creating authentic Sicilian recipes like pane and panelle, and a Chicago BBQ spot is dishin' up killer pulled pork.
On this trip, it's Flavortown at its freshest. In Maui, Hawaii, Guy Fieri stops by a food truck for hamachi straight from the sea, served up on chilled soba noodles. Then, an empanada empire in Houston, Texas, is dishin' out churrasco and chimichurri, and a Chicago hot spot known for their homemade chorizo is crankin' out three different concepts from one kitchen.
For this trip, it's Guy Fieri's treat! On Maui, musician Mick Fleetwood and his kitchen crew get the royal treatment when the Fieri family stops by to whip up lamb with mint pesto just for them. Then, when Guy first stumbled on a diner out in Delta, Wis., he just had to share it. Now he's back again, and the hash browns have a whole new look. Plus, the third generation may have taken over a Houston joint, but the burgers and specials are still the same.
This time, Guy Fieri's got all kinds of chicken and a chowder that can't be missed! First up in Florence, Ore., a never-been-seen seafood shack is makin' a must-have crab chowder, and Guy's creating a crab toast for their menu! Then, a Cuban spot in Chicago is cooking pollo and vaca frita the authentic way, and in Houston, a Jamaican joint's still adding their wet jerk seasoning to just about everything.
This trip, it's an exclusive peek at the lost footage of DDD: the places Guy Fieri's visited before, but all-new dishes never seen until now. Guy's digging in to money mussels, crispy pork skin, and a lights-out lamb sandwich at familiar New York City hangouts. Plus, California pizza and outrageous oysters along with the bomb boa buns in Miami.
This trip, Guy Fieri's gobbling up Thanksgiving with an hour of talking turkey. From Boston to California, Wisconsin to Florida, he's digging into everything from the traditional dinner to turducken, turkey-shaped bread loaves, and a complete turkey dinner fried into bite-sized balls. Plus, serious sandwiches perfect for all the leftovers. So, get a place at the table for a bite of this holiday bird.
This trip, Guy Fieri's celebrating the holidays with dishes perfect for the Christmas and Hanukkah season. In California, he's hitting up joints cooking up savory stuffing and lights-out latkes. In Nashville, dive into sugar-glazed ham and holiday tamales. And in Denver and Florida, off-the-chain Jewish delis mastering matzo ball soup and killer knishes. Plus, there's even a trip to Alaska for mouthwatering meat and a real North Pole culinary celebration.
This trip, Guy Fieri's in the kitchen with some real Triple-D all-stars, cookin' up everything from gangster Greek in Salt Lake City to creative curry in Denver to amazing Asian in Miami and North Pole, Alaska. Plus, an off-the-charts taco joint in Des Moines and a Boise, Idaho drive-in serving up prime-time prime rib.
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting up funky joints in New Orleans that both locals and tourists are digging into, and they're servin' up all kinds of flavor. Get ready for this tasty tour of Big Easy eats, from seafood to barbecue, pizza to po' boys, plus the bomb breakfast and dreamy ice creamy desserts!
This trip, Guy Fieri's hitting joints from coast to coast cookin' up killer comfort. He's digging into everything from chicken and waffles to pot roast, noodles to pierogies, and even outrageous oxtail stew. There's hearty helpings of all kinds of meaty goodness and scratch-made sensations, so get ready to pile up your plate and feel right at home!
This trip, Guy's hitting up classic, real-deal burger joints. From California to New Jersey, Minnesota to Oklahoma, it's all about the all-American favorite. They're pilin' them up in Ann Arbor, Mich., stuffin' them in Illinois, and servin' them with a skirt in Sacramento, Calif. Plus, there's a peanut butter burger in Indiana and a mac attack near Boston, so get ready to go old school at these A-plus local landmarks!
If there’s one thing that’s synonymous with DDD, it's Guy Fieri's Rojo Red '68 Camaro. This car has been on his road trip around the country for years, and she is tired. Guy and his buddies at VP Speed Shop are retooling another '68 Camaro to be an identical twin sister that even Guy won't be able to tell apart. When he stops in for check-ins, he'll bring some of his favorite dishes from local places around the area. Plus, we'll look back on how the Camaro became Guy's sidekick as we revisit some of its best gags, celebrity encounters and food-centric shenanigans.
This trip, Guy Fieri's bringing on the bacon, and it's not just for breakfast anymore! From New York to California and Texas to Toronto, it's stacked in sandwiches, crumbled in ice cream, paired with pasta, loaded in mac and cheese, and when it comes to waffles, one joint's putting the bacon right in the batter. Get ready to pig out as we pile it on!
This trip, Guy Fieri's firin' up big time barbecue all over the country. Of course there's killer 'cue cooking up in Texas, Memphis, and North Carolina... but how about ribs and collards in Compton, Calif. and southern-style sandwiches in Philadelphia? Plus, all the fan favorites like the bomb brisket, off-the-chain chicken, and lights-out pulled pork. So get your bib on and dig in to this saucy, smoky special!
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling the country hitting up real-deal diners. From coast to coast and everywhere in-between, these all-American staples are servin' up the bomb breakfasts and classic comfort food, with a few surprises mixed into the menu. So, look for the neon signs, grab a seat at the counter and dig in!
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.
Guy Fieri's family loves cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they're combining the best of both worlds by firing up takeout with a twist. Guy calls in the heavy hitters with five all-star chefs who send ingredients for their most off-the-hook recipes then join Guy and his son, Hunter, via video chat to guide them through cooking up all that flavor. On this menu, there's tandoori chicken poutine from Maneet Chauhan, Christian Petroni's famous polenta flavor bomb, arancini and empanadas from Antonia Lofaso, fried chicken and waffles with a spin from Marcus Samuelsson and Michael Voltaggio's crab-cake crepes and caviar.
Guy Fieri calls in the heavy hitters to combine great restaurant food with cooking at home. Five celebrity chefs send ingredients for their off-the-hook recipes then join Guy and his son, Hunter, via video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's killer cavatelli from Alex Guarnaschelli, Brooke Williamson's seafood roll, shrimp and sticky rice from Beau MacMillan, G. Garvin's short rib ragu and Buddy Valastro's famous lobster tail pastries from the Cake Boss 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 living large and going supersize! He's digging in to Cincinnati chili piled up six different ways, burgers stacked to the max from Ann Arbor, Mich., and a behemoth breakfast in Springfield, Ill. Plus, a bomb Baltimore beef joint, where Duff Goldman joins to tackle a skyscraper sandwich.
This trip, Guy Fieri's traveling across the country to dig deep into deep-fried favorites. From surf to turf and from appetizers to the main event, these sizzling sensations are too tempting to pass up.
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!
This trip, Guy Fieri's searching out super-stacked sandwiches from Memphis to Miami, West Coast to the Southwest. He's diggin' into everything from pork belly to pastrami and American favorites to international flavors. Plus, places serving up seafood, sausage and even a sloppy Joe. Get ready for the best things between sliced bread!
This trip, Guy Fieri's parkin' at joints that are serving up big flavor in small towns. From old-school to new twists, these places have put themselves on the map with their killer grub. So get ready head out of the city for standout spots all over America that are worth the extra drive!
This trip, Guy Fieri's bellying up for some big-time meaty masterpieces. All across the country, we've got everything from the bomb beef to killer barbecue, stacked up sandwiches, sizzling steaks and smokin' sausage. These hearty helpings are enough to satisfy any carnivore craving!
This trip, Guy Fieri's soaking in the sunshine and grabbing some grub at hot spots across America. There's a coastal seafood-palooza at a Hawaiian shrimp truck, a North Carolina drive-through, a classic Florida fish house and some serious outdoor smokin' in California. Plus, plenty of the unexpected, like sushi in Mexico, Pakistani in Arizona and Singapore specialties in California. Grab some SPF, relax and dig in!
This trip, Guy Fieri's meeting up with rockstar chefs taking center stage in the kitchen. There's everything from a dynamite D.C. deli, to the bomb breakfast in Baltimore, to killer Creole in Los Angeles, out-of-bounds biscuits in Atlanta and a pork-lovers' paradise in Portland, Ore. Plus, pizza with pizzazz in Minneapolis and one crazy joint in Charlotte, N.C. So get ready for these unforgettable culinary superheroes!
This trip, Guy Fieri's crossing the states to get some south of the border flavor. From Florida to California, Southwest to Midwest, he's diving into everything from tacos, tamales and tortas to al pastor and pozole. Plus, fiery burritos, seafood sensations, puff-tastic tortillas, and regional specialties straight out of the Yucatan. So, get ready to max out on Mexican in this flavor fiesta.
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 Fieri's visiting spots that are keeping things all in the family, from husband-wife duos to multiple generations to decades-old local landmarks. So get ready to dive into dynamite dishes served up straight from the heart, all over the nation!
This trip, Guy Fieri's heading to the Northeast for all kinds of great grub. There's a unique Mexican spot in New Hampshire, an Irish joint in Syracuse, N.Y. and a Connecticut spin on the cheeseburger. Plus, you can't forget about the regional seafood: from Maryland to Maine, there's loaded chowder, fresh lobster, killer cod cakes and classic crab.
Guy Fieri is cracking open the vault to check out some timeless Triple-D classics. From California to Texas, he's rollin' into old-school spots, family-run favorites, real deal Americana and international specialties.
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 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.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's sticking to the West Coast and making all kinds of funky stops. From northern to southern Cali, he's diggin' into a mouth-watering variety of killer cuisine that's sure to please any palate.
This trip, Guy Fieri is cruisin' the country and fillin' up on all-American all-stars. From scratch-cooking in California to East Coast Coney dogs, and elevated mountain grub in the Rockies to a spicy taste of Texas. Plus, a hidden Northwestern gem, burgers, barbecue, Thanksgiving fixings and a trip down Route 66 for a true taste of Americana.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's piling plates with all kinds of pork, all over the nation. He's diggin' into everything from barbecue to chops and sausage to sandwiches, plus Mexican favorites and other savory specialties. Get ready to pig out on this porkapalooza.
Guy Fieri's checking in on some of his favorite joints servin' up a bite for any time of day. In sun-soaked Miami, Fla., a look back at Asian funk fusion and what the chef is doing to Chinese food these days. In Denver, a triple threat adding some new biscuit sandwiches and a couple new late-night Italian options. A Chicago restaurant owner reminiscing on how DDD changed his life ... and his menu. And, finally, a new take on an old staple -- fry bread -- at DDD's first (and only) Trinidadian joint.
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 Fieri's kicking it old school in Seattle as he pops into one of his favorite places from the very first season of DDD to see what's new for breakfast and lunch. In Minneapolis, Cuban cuisine has really taken off since DDD came to visit, and two dudes in Portland, Ore., are still cranking out crazy sandwich concoctions all over the city. In Jackson, Wyo., an organic joint has expanded their space ... and their vegan options!
It's a mix of land and sea as Guy Fieri pops into a few favorite spots across the country. In Portland, Ore., a chef full of personality is still making people smile with seafood for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In Jackson, Wyo., Guy gives his two cents as he taste-tests new pizzas for an ever-expanding menu. And in Minneapolis, a lobster-loving chef has taken his passion for the crustacean to a whole other level.
It's meat any way you like it when Guy Fieri heads to Miami to see what his buddy is doing with chicken and duck. A noodle shop in Portland, Ore., is churning out thousands of dumplings a week these days, and in Spokane, Wash., chicken wings have never been so explosive!
It's an international affair as Guy Fieri revisits old favorites. The Triple D Nation took notice in Miami when a Latin-inspired place opened a fast-casual joint to serve the masses, and their burger tower is the talk of the town. A Hawaiian hideaway in Seattle has branched out to serve sweet island treats, and a Denver restaurant takes Korean barbecue to the next level. Plus, there's a bonus, never-before-seen-on-Triple-D Italian hot spot that Guy visits every time he hits Chi-Town.
Ain't no thing but a chicken wing in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, when Guy Fieri stops by to taste a couple of new eats they've added. A Nashville barbecue spot has a new take on the old standard wings, and a joint in Miami is keepin' it real with a variety of new dishes, including drumsticks and duck.
Guy Fieri's always down for a good sandwich, so he's stopping in to check out some of the Triple D Nation's latest creations. A food truck in Nashville put down roots and started churning out cheesy concoctions. A Denver diner's gone global, dishin' up eats from all over the world. A seafood joint in Miami put their signature dish inside two pieces of bread, and as a bonus, Guy's letting us in on a Fieri family tradition in Northern California.
It's all about the meat as Guy Fieri crosses the country to stop at some of his favorite haunts. In Denver, a Native American eatery has a new way to serve bison, and a Nashville diner is taking lamb to the next level. Plus, Guy snoops around Yellowstone National Park and finds a brand-new BBQ joint with brisket that's out of bounds!
Guy Fieri knows it's what's on the inside that counts, and these top spots in the Triple D Nation really know how to stuff the good stuff in. Like in Eureka, Calif., where a chef is cramming calamari with shrimp and leeks. In Denver, the Empress of Empanadas is showcasing some of her newest creations. And as a bonus, Guy's introducing the Pastrami Zombie in Ashland, Ore., whose sandwiches are the bomb.
Sometimes it's not what you're cooking but how you're cooking it. Outside San Antonio, Guy Fieri checks in on the O.G. Triple D, and she's blowin' his mind with her new fried food. Things are smoking in Miami, Fla., with an appetizer made with smoked fish, and a chef in Des Moines is servin' up smoked duck. Plus, in Omaha, Guy pays tribute to a chef who will always be part of the Triple D Nation.
Guy Fieri heads back to see what the Triple D Nation is cookin' up from under the sea. For starters, an oyster shuckin' shack is putting a new spin on an old favorite in the Big Easy. Plus, a family ran eatery has real-deal Italian from the pages of their grandmother's cookbook in Geyserville, California. Finally, you won't find any chips and salsa at this joint in Phoenix where Guy's sister-from-another-mister is whipping up legit Mexican straight from south of the border.
Guy Fieri is circling the globe starting in Salt Lake City where a Vietnamese sandwich shop has exploded with six -- count 'em -- SIX locations around town. In San Antonio, Texas, a Greek chef is whippin' up real-deal Mexican for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Finally, a haus in Glendale, Arizona, that hasn't missed a beat in their quest for true German flavor.
It's meat mayhem and Guy Fieri is checking out a joint known for cheesesteaks and meatballs that have taken over Salt Lake City. Then, a father-son team stays true to their Italian roots in -- of all places -- Glendale, Arizona. And in Omaha, a Triple-D chef's son pays tribute to his father by carrying on his legacy and his recipes.
It's all about the beef on this trip as Guy Fieri pops into a classic diner in Marietta, Georgia, for a taste of what's topping the charts these days. Next, it's on to San Antonio where a carwash-laundromat-kitchen combo is crankin' out killer burgers. And in Gilbert, Arizona, there's a joint pullin' all their ingredients from their own backyard and giving new meaning to the phrase, "farm to table."
Guy Fieri hits up his favorite Italian joints from over the years. In Scottsdale, Arizona, a real-deal Italian grocer crankin' out scratch-made staples like gnocchi and prosciutto that bring a tear to Guy's eye. And a San Antonio pizzeria serving authentic Neapolitan pie -- and they have the papers to prove it. Plus--BONUS! Guy pops into a by-the-slice stand in Austin, Texas, that the Nation has never seen before.
Guy Fieri's trip is all about the three B's: beef, barbecue and bar food. First, he stops in Taylor, Texas, at one of the first DDD barbecue joints to pay homage to an old friend whose son is carrying on his legacy. Then, it's on to Las Vegas, where Bolivian food and the ultimate Triple D prank reigned supreme. Finally, in Atlanta, a punk rock bar is still flippin' the script on bar food.
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.
Guy Fieri crosses the border to Vancouver, British Columbia, to check in on an authentic Chinese place and see if their Thousand Chili Chicken is as spicy as it sounds. Then he heads south to Atlanta, where a couple of Texan twins are makin' out-of-bounds brisket chili and expanding all over the ATL. Finally, a sibling-run taqueria in Phoenix is churning out Mom's famous green chili and taking over the town.
Guy Fieri starts things off internationally as he brings the whole family to his favorite jerk joint in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Then it's back to the States, where a cafeteria in Tucker, Ga. hasn't changed a thing -- including its true Southern staples. In Austin, Texas, a sandwich spot has a new name and a new location, but the food is still out-of-bounds, and finally, a barbecue hot spot is seriously smokin' in Salt Lake City.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up some of his favorite hometown haunts. First, he pops into a Mexican joint right in his Santa Rosa, Calif., 'hood, where he chows on the pozole every time he's off the road. Then in Eureka, Calif., near where Guy grew up, a pizzeria is still bringing authentic New York pie to the West Coast. Finally, it's off to Las Vegas and an old college hangout where strombolis still reign supreme.
Guy Fieri revisits some of the best of Flavortown, starting in San Diego, where an Asian-inspired noodle house is takin' over the neighborhood. In New Orleans, a neighborhood bistro not only bounced back from Hurricane Katrina but made room for double the number of diners. Plus, an award-winning barbecue joint in Iowa is rollin' out all over the city.
On this trip, Guy Fieri's checking out all kinds of food across Flavortown. In Boulder City, Nevada, a chili-churning diner is keeping it all in the family. An old-school breakfast spot has gone big with four locations around Arizona, and in Salt Lake City, a taqueria's still cranking out burritos as big as your head. Plus, in San Diego, Guy's paying tribute to an old buddy and DDD O.G. -- the Boss Man himself -- and his burgers.
Guy Fieri's heading out to check in on family-run favorites. In Honolulu, a set of siblings ready to roll their mom's Filipino food all around the island. In San Diego, a taqueria that has been serving taquitos the same way for three generations, plus, a brother-sister team in Kansas City, Mo., still dishin' out off-the-hook, Asian-inspired eats.
The sun is out and the surf is high as Guy Fieri hits up some ultimate DDD spots by the shore. First, he's in Honolulu to say "Hi" to an old buddy who's reelin' in fresh poke and smokin' pork by the plateful. Then, a fresh fish market in San Diego is growing their menu -- and their real estate. And in Kona, Hawaii, there's a never-before-seen Triple D hot spot where a do-gooder is using his pirating ways to spread international flavor and give back to his community.
It's Diners, Drive-Ins, Dives and decadence … with plenty of sweet to go along with the savory! First up, Guy Fieri's in Kansas City, Mo., where a brunch spot is serving up a vegan treat rich enough for any meat eater. Then, a burger joint in Dallas is stirring things up with their mouthwatering milkshakes. Finally, a hidden steakhouse in Albuquerque, N.M., is keeping Mama's Greek classics -- and confections -- coming out of the kitchen.
Things are cookin' all kinds of ways in Flavortown. First, Guy Fieri checks in on a diner in San Diego where law enforcement hones their skills and stuffs their gills. Then, a French-trained-chef-turned-barbecue-expert teaches Guy a thing or two about smoking sausage in Mission, Kan. And finally, in Phoenix, a Triple D legend serves up a Mexican-Asian mashup that has never been matched.
Guy Fieri is checkin' out Flavortown's all-time turkey-centric spots. At a Boston diner, Guy reminisces about the Thanksgiving plate he had in 2007. Then, in New Orleans, traditional turkey gets the French Quarter flair with some seafood stuffing you won't see coming. Finally, a chef in Albuquerque is still puttin' a New Mexico spin on her turkey -- not to mention the pork and corned beef.
Guy Fieri is getting culture shock, starting with a French-inspired Hawaiian hot spot transformed from a hole-in-the-wall lunch counter to a dine-in destination. Then, he checks in with a Lebanese joint outside Dallas, run by restaurant royalty keeping tradition alive. And in Santa Fe, N.M., a Salvadoran chef is whipping up culinary classics from his home country.