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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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This trip, Guy Fieri travels the country diving into some meaty masterpieces starting at a spot in Longmont, Colorado, that serves craft beer and primo pub grub like their piled-high poutine burger.
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Guy hits the road looking for all-American diners that serve up great breakfasts and classic comfort food, with a few surprises mixed into the menu.
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Guy Fieri hits the road looking for comfort food classics and on the way encounters everything from chicken and waffles to pot roast, noodles to pierogis, and even outrageous oxtail stew in Hawaii.
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Chicken stuffed sopapilla at Salsa Brava; pozole at La Texanita; smoked trout at Momocho.
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From Florida to California, Southwest to Midwest, diving into everything from tacos, tamales and tortas to al pastor and pozole; fiery burritos, seafood sensations, tortillas, and regional specialties straight out of the Yucatan.
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In Louisville, Ky., a real-deal Irish pub serves cottage pie and a lamb-cabbage specialty; in Charlotte, N.C., a spot prepares flavorful Asian-barbecue fusion; a Charlotte burger joint with sweet potato, brie and house-made pimento cheese toppings.
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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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In San Diego, an all-day breakfast spot serving creme brulee French toast; in Portland, corned beef hash and chipped beef; In San Francisco, lamb merquez dog.
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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 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 Garland, a century-old staple serving up tasty sandwiches and a sweet treat; in Oklahoma City, a local landmark is dishing out Southern specialties, and in Denver, a spot putting a healthy spin on classic 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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Two brothers-in-law carry on a decades-long seafood tradition; a mother-son duo running a breakfast, lunch and dinner joint in honor of their Pop; father-son meat masters firing up killer char-becue.
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In Los Angeles, gumbo and etouffee; in Minneapolis, sandwiches stacked with vegan turkey, vegan cheese and Italian meat-free meats; in Maui, Hawaii, ramen and Vietnamese crepes.
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In Modesto, Calif., Portuguese sausage and a lights-out lamb burger; in Oakland, okra gumbo and a meatless spin on succulent sandwiches; in Islamorada, Fla., wicked wings and righteous pork rinds.
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In Portland, Ore., a chef who butchers, cures, preserves and smokes everything in-house; in San Carlos, Calif., a neighborhood spot featuring burgers, cheesesteaks and signature sandwiches.
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In San Francisco, a totally gluten-free menu of Venezuelan standbys like arepas and empanadas; in Portland, homemade meats like Italian red wine dry cured salami and roasted garlic and rosemary bologna.
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Guy Fieri's digs into flavors spanning the Americas; in Charlotte, N.C., a brewery serves the bomb bacon jam burger and a duck confit flatbread; in Cancun, Mexico, a spot serves street tacos; in Houston, a joint cooks up Argentinian empanadas.
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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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Guy Fieri heads to Cancun; an authentic, family-owned spot serving rellenos and chicharron gorditas; an underground spot pairing urban art with dishes like pork and seared tuna; an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant.
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In Colorado Springs, Colo., a joint dishes up a chili burger; in Washington, D.C., a family-run sandwich shop serves up a corned beef hoagie; in Atlantic City, N.J., a neighborhood pub serves up a pork and brisket sandwich and savory tequila shrimp.

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