This trip, Guy's diggin' into all kinds of fantastic flavors. In Memphis, the bar turned bistro offering low brow favorites like duck fried rice and Jack Daniels bread pudding. In Haleiwa, Hawaii, the food truck rocking out Thai short ribs and crunchy local shrimp. And in Baltimore, Guy revisits a joint firing up the grills for the signature taste of pit beef sandwiches.
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.
体育网上投注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.
This trip, Guy's mixin' his love of home cooking with his appreciation of homebrew. In Chicago, a dive refines small plate Mexican with dishes like shiitake mushroom empanadas and flautas with homemade queso fresco. In Mooresville, Ind., a New Orleans native is scratch cookin' hometown favorites like jambalaya and blackened catfish. And in Tampa Bay, Fla., the brew is flowing outside the tap and into the kitchen on favorites like meatloaf with homebrewed demi glace.
This trip, triple D is all over the triple P. In Detroit, a pizza joint crankin' out pies with totally homemade toppings, and a unique crepe-filled lasagna. In Virginia Beach, Va., a beachside breakfast favorite the locals come running to for their citrus orange glazed pancakes and innovative benedicts. And in Chicago, the tiny dive servin' up flavor in massive proportions, like the melt-in-your-mouth pork belly sandwich.
This trip, Guy's going off the strip and digging into Las Vegas. There's the dive bar dishing out real deal food from Buffalo, N.Y. Then, a Bulgarian tapas joint serving up layers and layers of European comfort food. Plus, a visit to Guy's alma mater, UNLV, that has him back in class cooking with the school's newest crop of culinary talent.
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 hitting the road for joints taking childhood favorites to a gourmet level. In Denver, the old-time bar going all-out homemade on the tater tots, the pork rinds and a monster pastrami sandwich. And in Tacoma, the neighborhood spot turning out pork shoulder tacos, elk sliders and tater tots stuffed with parmesan cheese.
This trip, triple "D" goes triple "p" with some standout veggie and meat dishes. In Phoenix, the tattooed, trained chef putting her spin on chiles and a regional pork dish. And in Toronto, Canada, the decades-old bohemian joint servin' up sticky Asian pork ribs and a Canadian staple.
This trip, Guy discovers a slice of history all over the country. In Annapolis, Md., two Irish brothers servin' up food from their homeland with a twist, like Guinness fried oysters with homemade coleslaw. In Brooklyn, New York, the ages-old, family run sandwich joint crankin' out tons of fresh sammies, like the steak pizzaiola with homemade gravy. And in Charleston, S.C., a couple of fine dining chefs are turnin' out low country classics like crispy chicken legs and the smoked pork loin po' boy.
体育网上投注Guy Fieri searches out some neighborhood favs including the St. Louis tavern cranking out authentic international dishes like home made German spaetzle; the Virginia café where calzones are a taste of New York; BBQ at what looks like a New Jersey diner, in Arizona; and the Philadelphia area diner that's so local the regulars have their own coffee cups to help wash down the scrapple.
This trip Guy's warming up with some standout specialties. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the mom and pop diner flipping a skillet apple waffle with pancetta and deep-frying breakfast empanadas. And in Grandy, N.C., the farm to table German joint rolling out the Reubens and a cheesy baked potato soup.
This trip, Guy's goin' coast to coast for decadent dishes. In Brooklyn, the southern-inspired spot crankin' out fried chicken and waffles, a spicy pulled pork sandwich and a daily donut to die for. And in Puyallup, Wash., the local's joint serving up homemade meatballs and fire grilled artichokes.
This trip, Guy Fieri's eatin' up all kinds of incredible Italian. From Boston to San Francisco, Ohio to Omaha, plates are piled with favorites like pasta, polenta, piccata and pizza. Plus, in Arizona, a real-deal deli where prosciutto is made the months-long, old-school way, and it wouldn't be Italian without a trip to Italy, where they're serving up fresh, regional specialties in the town of Pinocchio.
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!
体育网上投注Guy has visited lots of killer joints in New York and we've rounded up some of the best bites in the Big Apple. You can't visit New York without having old school Italian at John's of 12th Street or traditional Jewish favorites at Ben's Deli -- and no one does classic New York sandwiches like Defonte's. But Guy's also discovered some surprises, like authentic barbecue at The Smoke Joint, German pretzels at The Redhead and a hubcap sized donut at Pies N Things.
It's time to wake up and smell the coffee, 'cause in this one-hour special, Guy Fieri's rustling up the best of breakfast. From California to Florida, New York to Arizona, we're covering all the classics, like killer waffles, old-school biscuits and gravy, the bomb huevos rancheros and an out-of-bounds hash extravaganza. Plus, some not-so-typical early morning bites, like Louisiana veal, bacon donuts and a pancake that looks just like Guy himself.
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!
体育网上投注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!
体育网上投注This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos. In Minneapolis, a nationally-acclaimed bar known for its eclectic mix of polka and pierogi. And in Portsmouth, Va., a decades-old fried chicken joint crankin' out their original recipe.
This trip, Guy's going for some unique chow. In Stillwater, Minn., get a pirate's take on barbecue and a sadist twist on hot wings. In Santa Rosa, Calif., Guy's own joint serves up his twist on Asian, Mexican and Italian. And in Portsmouth, Va., check out an epic hot dog joint turning its attention on chicken dumplings.
Guy Fieri travels in search of one-of-a-kind joints serving one-of-a-kind food. The truly unique include a local legend in Massachusetts where people line up for whole belly clams, a Michigan joint that serves so many chicken gizzards they named the place Gizzard City, an old-time American diner in downtown San Francisco serving up Portuguese specialties and a lunch truck on the side of the road serving homemade authentic Mexican food.
体育网上投注Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.
体育网上投注This trip, Guy's taste buds are goin' South. In San Francisco, a local dive takes a New Orleans staple to a whole new level with their tiger prawn po' boy. In Bradenton, Fla., an authentic Cuban diner bringing authentic favorites to a small town, like real deal picadillo and boliche. And in Denver, a neighborhood favorite is crankin' out gumbo and breathing new life into classic gingerbread.
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.
This trip, Guy's slammin' on the breaks for some enticing eats. In Chicago, the authentic Cuban joint platin' up family recipes like the fricase de pollo. In Memphis, a high-end chef taking low-down Southern staples to whole new level like the chorizo meatloaf with green tomato gravy. And in Annapolis, Md., the sidewalk shack worth stopping for, with dishes like chipotle habanero barbecue pork sandwich.
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.