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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 Boston beer joint uses beer in its crust and tops it with taco fixings; a hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., serves up carne asada pizza; a funky spot in Reno, Nev., gives new meaning to apple pie.
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All-time turkey-centric spots; at a Boston diner, Guy reminisces; in New Orleans, traditional turkey gets the French Quarter flair with some seafood stuffing; a chef in Albuquerque is still putting a New Mexico spin on her turkey.
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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.
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In Cambridge, Mass., a joint fries up Nashville hot chicken and gangster gumbo; a smoking spot in Sparks, Nev., firing up wagyu brisket and wing nachos; in Juneau, Alaska, a fusion house is putting out smoked-brisket pho and honey-bourbon ribs.
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Guy Fieri hits up his favorite Italian joints in Scottsdale, Ariz., San Antonio and Austin, Texas.
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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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Guy Fieri and his son, Hunter, are taking a culinary journey up to Juneau, Alaska, and they dive into everything from a family-run, wood-fired pizza wagon making reindeer pie to a funky basement spot mashing up Latin-Asian fusion.
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Guy brings the family to his favorite jerk joint in Ocho Rios, Jamaica; a cafeteria in Tucker, Ga., hasn't changed a thing; in Austin, Texas, a sandwich spot has a new name and location, but the food is still out-of-bounds.
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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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Guy Fieri checks in on a diner where law enforcement hones their skills and stuffs their gills; a French-trained-chef-turned-barbecue-expert teaches Guy a thing or two about smoking sausage; a Triple D legend serves up a Mexican-Asian mashup.
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A Latin-inspired place opens a fast-casual joint to serve the masses, and their burger tower is the talk of the town; a Hawaiian hideaway in Seattle serves sweet island treats; a Denver restaurant takes Korean barbecue to the next level.
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This trip, Guy Fieri is grabbin' some unique eats. First, in Santa Fe, N.M., a not-your-everyday Indian spot servin' up favorites like dosas and lamb curry. Then, a deli in Reno, Nev., with its own take on sandwiches, including pork belly banh mi and Grandma's surprising meatloaf. Finally, an out-of-this-world vegetarian place in Cambridge, Mass., gettin' creative with a mac-and-cheese waffle and a seitan chicken sandwich.
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Guy Fieri is diggin' into all kinds of flavor, starting in Santa Fe, N.M., at a pub serving comfort grub like chicken and biscuits and in-the-shell clam chowder. A spot in Reno, Nev., on its game with dishes like a double elk chop and wild boar spaetzle. Finally, in Cambridge, Mass., a bomb bagel joint makin' scratch sandwiches as creative as the bagels themselves.
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Guy Fieri checks in on an authentic Chinese place to see if their Thousand Chili Chicken is as spicy as it sounds; a couple of Texan twins are makin' out-of-bounds brisket chili; a sibling-run taqueria is churning out Mom's famous green chili.
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Ain't no thing but a chicken wing in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, when Guy stops by to taste a couple of new eats they've added; a Nashville barbecue spot has a new take on standard wings; a joint in Miami is keepin' it real with a variety of new dishes.
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Guy Fieri is always down for a good sandwich; a food truck in Nashville, Tenn., churns out cheesy concoctions; a Denver diner goes global; a seafood joint in Miami puts its signature dish inside two pieces of bread; a Fieri family tradition.
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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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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.
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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.
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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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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.

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