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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 New England spin on corned beef and cabbage; a fresh take on stroganoff; Ethiopian specialties; an over-the-top hot dog spot.
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In Richmond is a jammin' Jamaican joint serving outrageous oxtail and fried chicken with true island flavor; in Reno is a sandwich spot going loco with the bird and putting a unique twist on the breakfast burrito.
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Viewers vote for the top 10 burgers of all time.
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Restaurants serving outrageous food well into the midnight hour, like polka and pierogi at Nye's Polonaise Room and the triple decker duck at Tattooed Moose.
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In Boston, chicken and waffles and off-the-hook tots; in Carmel, Calif., biscuits and gravy and brisket chili; in Superior, Wis., a house-cured meat pizza.
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Guy travels to South Carolina, New York and Hawaii for local flavor.
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A unique plantain sandwich and wings gone bananas; arancini and real-deal veal; jerk chicken penne and a surprising curry vegetti dish.
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Lau lau stew; Sicilian sandwiches; bananas on French toast.
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Home-style cooking in Seattle, Arizona and New Mexico.
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Guy seeks out classics in Portland; southern style biscuits and a fiery roadside joint in Texas.
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A Southern comfort joint serving dishes like the confit pork belly corn dog in Cambridge; a Polish joint specializing in pierogies in Fall River; two restaurants in Providence serve clams, fresh linguine, meatballs and fries.
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Hoagie shop with homemade rolls; cafe serving house-cured pork belly; diner serving pot roast on a bun.
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Guy Fieri is on the road to grab some serious sandwiches; in Austin, a rock-n-roll brunch bar adds a funky touch to meatloaf and a Monte Cristo; a Texas joint puts some '90s hip-hop into its stacked-up specialties.
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Guy checks out three local namesake favorites.
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In Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, a taco joint turns out fresh octopus tacos; stuffed fish with lobster sauce; taquito trifecta and sushi with a Mexican flair.
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Paco paco fish from the Amazon; wood-fired oven pizza in Long Island City, N.Y.; volunteer-run brunch spot in California.
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Guy Fieri travels the country, digging into awesome bird and beef; in Longmont, a fried chicken emporium serves up their specialty along with unique chicharrones.
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Guy joins Emeril Lagasse to sample the Big Easy's favorite sandwich; pancetta with homemade pasta; pulled pork sandwich with an Asian twist.
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In Los Angeles, a late-night spot serves breakfast with a twist, like drunken French toast; in Columbus, Ohio, a funky joint serves creative combos like brisket on corn cakes; in Phoenix, a barbecue stop smokes up prime rib and pork belly dumplings.
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In Bakersfield, Calif., outrageous oxtail and garlic fried chicken; across town, Greek specialties like cabbage dolmades and braised beef over pasta; in Taft, Calif., pad Thai and tom yum kung.
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In Toronto, Canada, deli smoking meats; in Los Angeles, Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cake and lamb burger.

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