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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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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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Eclectic eats in Los Angeles; In Norfolk, a market and restaurant with Mexican specialties; a farm-to-table food truck in Maui, Hawaii serves up all kinds of global greats.
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A Jamaican joint serves oxtail and curry goat in Houston; a Lebanese stop serves kibbie balls and kabobs; in Cancun, Mexico, a 24-hour hot spot makes bomb burritos.
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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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In Mesa, Ariz., a Hawaiian joint serves island specialties, including a meaty bun; in Tucson, Ariz., a place cooks up a saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone; in Miami, Fla., a shop makes artisan doughnuts and turns pastries into savory sandwiches.
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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 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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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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Guy checks out a joint known for cheesesteaks and meatballs that have taken over Salt Lake City; a father-son team stays true to their Italian roots in Scottsdale, Ariz.; in Omaha, Neb., a Triple-D chef's son pays tribute to his father.
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In Hawaii, a poke place knocks it out of the park with their island specialties; a crazy Italian spot in San Carlos, Calif., puts tasty twists on their homemade pasta; a Latin joint in Miami serves up killer Colombian specialties.
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Guy is joined by Justin Warner at an authentic Vietnamese spot in Orlando; Guy visits a not-your-typical burger joint in Palm Springs, Calif.; in Temecula, Calif., Guy visits a smokin' barbecue stop where they're even putting their 'cue into lasagna.
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Guy Fieri digs into a righteous mashup of flavors; a potato-centric palace dishing out hearty Brazilian specialties; Joey Fatone rides shotgun to his very own hot-dog hangout; a dynamite deli serving up real-deal latkes and turkey pastrami.
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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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A beer-lover's spot in Seattle serves fish and chips and the bomb beef dip; a local Hawaiian gem dishes out fresh-catch curry and a primo poke burger; a Chinese emporium in San Francisco cooks up lobster, pork buns and even dim sum chicken feet.
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In St. Petersburg, Florida, a lights-out spot with righteous ramen; in Lansing, a funky joint frying up everything from wings to pig skins to chicken gizzards; a New Orleans smokehouse sausage meat pies and spicy shrimp boudin.
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Guy pops into a classic diner in Marietta, Ga., for a taste of what's topping the charts; in San Antonio, a carwash-laundromat-kitchen combo cranks out killer burgers; in Gilbert, Ariz., a joint pulls all their ingredients from their own backyard.
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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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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 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 starts in Kansas City, Mo., at an award-winning BBQ joint serving up pork belly burnt ends; a taqueria in Dallas brings real deal Mex-Tex; a sub shop is winning over Washington, D.C., with their huge hoagies and homemade everything.
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In Cathedral City, a barbecue joint piles up the meats; in Norfolk, a wing spot goes big with their buffalo and kills it with their Cajun; in Maui, a place dishes out lobster grilled cheese followed by a shaved ice specialty.

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