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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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Guy Fieri dives into mega meat and a little bit of sweet in Atlanta, Austin, Texas, and Richland, Wash.
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In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serves up righteous ramen; in Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint puts their spin on lamb and pork belly; in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory fires up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.
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A Lansing, Mich., food truck dishes out shrimp burgers and a unique potato popper; a Bosnian restaurant in Tucson, Ariz., fires up legit Eastern European specialties; a down-home Southern seafood spot cooks up clam chowder and fries up favorites.
aired 17 days ago
In Seattle, a funky spot makes their name with scratch-made Russian piroshki; a joint in Kona serves up a bite of culture with their authentic Hawaiian cuisine; in Chicago, an old-school Jewish deli dishes out their specialties cafeteria-style.
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In Vancouver, a pie shop bakes up both sweet and savory sensations; in Chico, Calif., a morning hot spot pumps up French toast; a made-from-scratch spot in Richland, Wash., makes gangster gravlax and a burger topped with a twist.
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A deep-dish pie and twisted-up breadsticks at a Chicago-style spot in Tucson, Ariz.; duck wings and bite-size beef Wellington at a pub in Wilmington, N.C.; in Miami, NFL coach Jon Gruden rides shotgun with Guy to a place with out-of-the-box Cuban.
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A Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio builds a unique take on nachos and cooks a monster chop; a gangster grill in New Orleans serves pork knuckles and sweet bird; a funky joint that makes pork tacos and puts collards in a mouthwatering melt.
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This trip, Guy Fieri digs into a world of flavors all over the United States! In Smyrna, Georgia, a doctor-turned-chef fires up amazing Asian from righteous ramen to Korean wings.
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aired 31 days ago
An Alameda, Calif., joint cooks Nashville hot-style chicken and puts a gourmet twist on a burger; in Lansing, Mich., chicken is served French-style at a funky pizza-pasta place; a Kona, Hawaii, spot blends Southern comfort with island flair.
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A Palo Alto, Calif., joint serves spicy pork and knockout gnocchi; a bakery-restaurant in Wilmington, N.C., makes major meatloaf and fries up French toast with a fantastic twist; a Puerto Rican party spot in Oakland, Calif., mixes it up with mofongo.
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In Denver, a Native American eatery has a new way to serve bison; a Nashville, Tenn., diner takes lamb to the next level; Guy snoops around Yellowstone National Park and finds a brand-new BBQ joint with brisket that's out of bounds.
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A funky joint in Little Rock, Ark., pairs their craft brews with all kinds of on-the-bun creations; two brothers put out real deal Italian food; a sandwich shop in Santa Rosa, Calif., dishes out all kinds of righteous recipes.
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Guy Fieri digs into Southern comfort food in Atlanta; he visits a food truck with Brazilian flavors in Austin, Texas; he visits a joint with "legit" barbecue in Richland, Wash.
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This trip, Guy Fieri dives into hearty helpings of comfort starting with a soul food spot dishing out Southern seafood and killer fried chicken in Atlanta.
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Guy visits Chico, Calif., celebrating the town's food scene as residents recover from ravaging fires; a wood-fired Italian spot cooks up pork ragu; a bakery serves up savory specialties like black bean chili; a pub serves a "Pho-rench Dip."

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