This trip, Guy's digging into a meat lover's paradise. In Colorado Springs, a Jamaican joint dishing out killer curry goat and jammin' jerk chicken. In Baltimore, a funky beer bar serving up wild boar sliders and outrageous pork belly mac and cheese fries. And in Washington D.C., an uber-deli carvin' up homemade pastrami and rolling out a meat-filled Moroccan specialty.
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's visiting spots keepin' up with their family ties. In Pleasantville, N.J., a wife carries on her husband's legacy with his down-home chicken and waffles and righteous ribs. In Baltimore, an inherited breakfast-lunch joint still servin' their noteworthy coconut cream French toast and crab cake po' boys. And in Colorado Springs, southern family recipes mark a barbecue spot piling up a "sloppy pig" sandwich and scratch-made meatloaf.
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. These days they're booming again — being run by a whole new generation of owners, and catering delicious home-made food both to baby boomers and a slew of younger fans as well. It might be shack on the side of the highway in Tarpley, Texas, or a sports bar in Vegas famous for stromboli, these are the kind of places that make America great.
This trip, Guy'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. And in Atlantic City, a neighborhood pub with knockout grub like a pork and brisket sandwich and savory tequila shrimp.
This trip, Guy's firin' up the smoker and divin' into seafood. In Baltimore, a barbecue food truck dishing out killer pulled pork and righteous ribs. In Islamorada, Fla., a seaside shack serving standout shrimp fritters and doctoring up Guy's own fresh catch. And nearby in Key Largo, a market and restaurant smokin' up fantastic fish dip and putting out their own savory seafood specialty.
This trip, Guy's going on an international flavorfest. In Key Largo, Fla., a real-deal Italian joint cookin' up outrageous veal and hearty truffle mac and cheese. In Stockton, Calif., a funky food truck dishing out a taste of Southeast Asia with their homemade rice noodle soup. And in San Francisco, a neighborhood legend servin' up Puerto Rican and Cuban favorites.
This trip, Guy's roundin'up the ultimate pizza party all over the nation. There's everythingfrom classic Italian in Anaheim, Calif. to elk sausage in Idaho. Plus,Kansas City, Mo. curry, Mediterranean in Arizona, a monster pie inDenver, and funky chicken in Jackson, Wyo. So get ready for thispie-palooza, where the sauce is simmering and the dough is flying!
This trip, Guy's diggin' into all kinds of meat: out of the smoker, onthe grill, and into the fryer. In Miami, a legit charcuterie dishing upwild boar sausage and house-cured bacon. In Modesto, Calif., a funkyjoint making monster tacos and a sweet and savory waffle. And inStockton, Calif., an ex-NFL player slingin' wings that score with the sauce.
Guy Fieri hits up some of the hot spots in Havana, Cuba; house-cured lamb and freshly-caught snapper; goat stew and Chinese fried rice; a cigar-lovers' haven serves up specialties like drunk chicken and pork with plantains.
Guy Fieri grabs grub cooked up with some great gear; in San Francisco, lamb and pork biscuits cooked in indoor smokers; in Stockton, Calif., ravioli made on a century-old machine; in Maui, Hawaii, a mobile pizza oven.