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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

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With roadside diners, vintage drive-ins and out-of-the-way "dives" enjoying a resurgence of hipness among foodies, host Guy Fieri travels across America in search of some of the best "greasy spoon" eateries. The restaurants that Guy visits are usually well-known among locals and other people in the region. While at each location, Fieri talks to the staff as well as the customers to get their thoughts on the food. Many episodes feature eateries that are connected by a common thread, such as burgers or comfort foods.

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A funky Italian joint in Wilmington, Del., serves arancini and veal scaloppini; a Middle Eastern street food spot in San Diego serves shawarma and falafel; a not-your-typical pizza place in Vancouver tops things off with lamb sausage and pig cheeks.
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Guy Fieri's firing up an entire world of barbecue on this trip. In Wilmington, Del., a righteous spot smokin' up chicken salad and off-the-chain chili. In San Diego, a real-deal joint doing their 'cue with Argentinian flavor, and a traditional Hawaiian pig roast down in the ground in Kauai.
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A restaurant-market in Vancouver combines sustainability with killer cooking, including bouillabaisse and salmon fish and chips; a fresh-catch institution in Kauai, Hawaii, puts out prime-time poke; a raw bar in Chico, Calif., cooks up Asian flavors.
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A Southwest-Middle Eastern quick stop slingin' the shawarma and salmon souvlaki in Santa Fe; a funky joint serving up outrageous Scandinavian specialties in Kansas City; in El Paso, a tortilla factory turning out top-notch tamales and tostadas.
aired 10 days ago
Guy Fieri cracks open the vault to check out some timeless Triple-D classics; from California to Texas, he rolls into old-school spots, family-run favorites, real deal Americana and international specialties.
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In Smyrna, Ga., a doctor-turned-chef fires up amazing Asian from righteous ramen to Korean wings.
aired 12 days ago
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; in Spokane, Wash., chicken wings have never been so explosive!
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Guy grabs grub from all around the globe; in Wilmington, Del., there's a true British pub serving authentic English staples from fish and chips to Yorkshire Pudding; a poke counter is dishing out a Hawaiian classic with an updated twist in Kauai.
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In Atlanta, a funky Asian spot puts out prime-time pork belly and wok-fried chicken; in Vancouver, an elevated diner dishes out duck pancakes and not-your-momma's meatloaf; in Kennewick, Wash., a brewpub pairs pints with house-made sausages.
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In Santa Fe, N.M., a culinary pub serves lights-out lamb neck and tamales; in Kansas City, Mo., a funky tapas joint dishes out duck tongue tacos and braised pork jowl; in El Paso, Texas, a deli makes pupusas and fries from chickpeas.
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In Wilmington, Delaware, there's a 1940s Italian family spot that's making beef braciole and meaty ravioli from scratch; a diner putting elevated spins on the French dip and meatloaf in San Diego; a Middle Eastern joint in El Paso, Texas.
aired 19 days ago
Seafood for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Portland, Ore.; in Jackson, Wyo., Guy taste-tests new pizzas for an ever-expanding menu; in Minneapolis, a lobster-loving chef takes his passion for the crustacean to a whole other level.
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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.
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Grub infused with international flavors; a spot in Wilmington, Del., puts Thai into sausage and Cuban into sandwiches; In Kauai, there's a Tiki joint cooking up Hawaiian flair; a Lebanese place in San Diego is serving authentic specialties.
aired 26 days ago
Guy Fieri kicks it old school in Seattle as he pops into one of his favorite places from the first season to see what's new for breakfast and lunch; in Minneapolis, Cuban cuisine has taken off since the show came to visit.
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A farm-to-table gem putting out bison gravy fries and a lights-out lamb sandwich; a funky Mexican seafood spot fryin' fish and stuffin' outrageous oysters; a barbecue joint serving up fully loaded baked potatoes and smoked sausage.
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A Japanese-Hawaiian spot putting a quick spin on fish, burgers and burritos; a bakery cookin' up Down Under comfort food like meat pies and sausage rolls; a funky joint servin' international mashups like Pasta Chihuahua and an oxtail tostada.
aired 39 days ago
Guy takes a walk down memory lane to check on some of his favorite DDD finds; tradition stands firm at an old-school chili parlor in Seattle; a walk-up window in Portland, Ore., has its fair share of dining developments.
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Guy Fieri's digging into crazy twists on chicken and burgers; in Wilmington, Delaware, there's a bourbon bar that's piling pork onto a patty and doctoring up chicken skins.
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In Boulder City, Nev., a chili-churning diner is keeping it all in the family; an old-school breakfast spot has gone big with four locations around Arizona; in Salt Lake City, a taqueria's still cranking out giant burritos.
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In Kauai, Hawaii, a culinary dojo ampin' up local specialties like saimin and chile pepper chicken; A twist on tacos and burritos in Kansas City, Mo.; a funky food truck in El Paso, Texas, puttin' out meatless Mexican that's huge on taste.

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