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Los Angeles’ Food Steez Digs into Knuckle & Claw

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If you're In L.A. and you want to reminisce about the East Coast, this is where you come

It's hard to imagine tasting something this fresh without being geographically located on the East Coast.

Let's break it down: ordered 48 hours ago, caught in Maine, driven to Boston, flown to LAX, and eight hours later — voila! A sustainable lobster on a roll is served at Knuckle & Claw that’s so fresh, it just can’t be beat. It’s a bold statement but it's true.

Knuckle & Claw has been around for about six months and has received a wide and loyal following. They started out as Chloe's Lobster Booth, hopping around L.A. farmers markets, but are now settled on the border between Silver Lake and Echo Park. At a glance the restaurant has an aesthetic of Martha’s Vineyard, which is where Dahl is originally from. It's clean and contemporary, with pleasing blues and whites. The interior space is not much more than a counter but the layout is extremely open which allows for an amazing up-close view of the chefs preparing the rolls.

And the rolls — oh the rolls. It's hard to imagine tasting something this fresh without being geographically located on the East Coast. The Food Steez Team had the pleasure of tasting the Maine Lobster Roll and Knuckle Sandwich - both staples and for good reason. One of the first elements to stand out was the bread. They receive their rolls fresh every morning from one of the best bread purveyors in L.A.: Rockenwagner Bakery. Not wanting to overpower the bread and lobster, they lightly butter the outside of the roll and place a pinch of mayo between the bun before adding the lobster.

All in all the rolls are fairly simple without a lot of elements, but that’s not a negative comment. The whole concept behind the restaurant is having the freshest ingredients around, and allowing them to really stand on their own. If you're In L.A. and you want to reminisce about the East Coast, this is where you come.

This article was written by Andrew Collins, producer for Food Steez. Located in Los Angeles, Food Steez combines a love for flavorful dishes and stylistic videos into a brand that will have you coming back for more. Co-founders Mike Irving and Sean Thomas have created a new kind of food blog; one with easy recipes and high-end videos.

Be sure to check out their website for any future updates on recipes and their Restaurant Of The Week series! You can also connect on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

A-Z: B for Breakfast Out of Bounds

Guy Fieri searches out some of America's greatest breakfasts: The New Jersey Diner where they're scratch-making more than 30 kinds of pancakes the Kansas City joint with outrageous homemade hash -- and more than 60 different omelets and the tiny spot in Phoenix where the owner is committed to the perfect homemade breakfast, from scratch-made waffles to pesto pork chops with eggs, and everything's cooked in butter.

A-Z: C for Cookin' Up Comfort

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of comfort cooking. In Phoenix, a funky joint stackin' up barbecue fries and a new spin on chilaquiles. In Boulder, Colo., a pizza place loading up the pies and their meatball grinder. Plus, a Dallas spot cranking out all kinds of off-the-chain chicken.

A-Z: D for Dynamite Dough

On this trip, Guy Fieri is diggin' into dishes featuring some dynamite dough. In Mesa, Ariz., a legit Hawaiian joint serving island specialties, including a meaty bun, and in Tucson, Ariz., a place cookin' up a big-time saucy sandwich and spinach dip calzone. Plus, in Miami, Fla., a funky shop making sweet artisan doughnuts and turning their pastries into savory sandwiches.

A-Z: E for Extreme Eats

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into inventive eats. In Burlington, Vt., a funky joint cooking up mac and cheese pancakes. In Richmond, Va., a down-home spot loadin' up their biscuits and going gangbusters with grits. And finally, an artistic eatery in Ottawa, Canada, firin' up spaghetti pizza and putting their own colorful spin on the cronut.

A-Z: F for Fried in Flavortown

Guy Fieri searches out some great joints where they're frying up a storm: A classic half-century old diner in Philadelphia, where a French-trained chef is frying international specialties like spring rolls with duck confit a classic drive-in where Californians line up for deep fried falafel and a small-town California cafe where even the French classic, Chicken Cordon Bleu, is deep fried.

A-Z: G for Grillin' and Chillin'

This trip, Guy Fieri's sampling foods straight off the grill. In Los Angeles, the burger joint spicing things up with a hot pork sandwich and going Mediterranean with a lamb burger. And in Tacoma, the pub grub grill menu that includes a take on killer kabobs and homegrown beet salads.

A-Z: H for Hangin' Hawaii-Style

Guy Fieri checks out the hot spots in Hawaii. A third-generation, family-run joint doing plate-lunch Hawaiian-style. A restaurant by the water, where the daily special really is the catch of the day. A hot dog place serving everything from Chicago dogs to homemade lobster dogs. And an authentic luau, where the centerpiece of the full Hawaiian spread is a whole roasted pig.

A-Z: I for Insane Ice Cream

Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D-style: At the Norfolk, Va., drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today at the Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in flavors from tiramisu to real apple pie and the New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes and homemade ice cream in more than 400 flavors.

A-Z: J for Jet-Setting Dishes

This trip, Guy Fieri's taking on some truly unique eats. In Honolulu, the Jamaican joint servin' up jerk chicken wings and some wicked goat curry. In Arlington, Texas, the Russian spot flipping a potato pancake stuffed with beef. And in Las Vegas, check out a taco stand fillin' up tortillas with some worldly flavors.

A-Z: K for Killer Burgers

This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for the all-American favorite, and then some. In Kansas City, Mo., a pub where they're dipping burgers in tempura batter or putting them between a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches. In Truckee, Calif., a warehouse-turned-burger spot loading them with cold cuts and chili. And in Nashville, a Greek restaurant serving a bacon burger with a twist -- it's made with lamb.

A-Z: L for Lights-Out Latin

This trip, Guy Fieri's diving into all kinds of amazing Latin specialties. In Miami, Fla., a husband-and-wife team dishing out primo Peruvian sandwiches. In Wilmington, N.C., a funky joint cooking up the flavors of Panama. And in Tucson, Ariz., a funky fresh spin on tacos and carne asada.

A-Z: M for Mucho Mexican

This trip, Guy Fieri's headin' south of the border to dig into Cancun cuisine, like an authentic, family-owned spot where Grandma's cookin' up real-deal rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, an underground locals' joint pairing urban art with dishes like off-the-hook pork and seared tuna. Plus, an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant, serving up everything from nachos and tacos to ceviche.

A-Z: N for NOLA Eats

Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour of New Orleans, Louisiana. He rolls into a legit butcher shop with a funky take on the Big Easy's comfort food flavors, checks out a seafood spot getting uber-creative with their dishes, and digs into a real deal po' boy joint saucing up their oysters and putting out potato salad with a crunchy twist.

A-Z: O for Off-the-Hook Eats

Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one-of-a-kind favorites from coast to coast. In Portland, Ore., a BBQ place smoking trout and lamb ribs in Deerfield Beach, Fla., a beach town pub doing a new twist on Oysters Rockefeller and in Boise, Idaho, a tire store-turned-diner where they'll put just about anything on their mac and cheese.

A-Z: P for Piling On the Pork

This trip, Guy Fieri is digging in and pigging out starting with a Puerto Rican spot in San Antonio that's building a unique take on nachos and cooking up a monster chop. In New Orleans, a gangster grill serves up pork knuckles and some sweet bird. Finally, Guy checks out a funky joint that's making not-your-everyday pork tacos and putting collards in a mouthwatering melt.

A-Z: Q for 'Que-licious

This trip, Guy Fieri's tucking in the napkin and gettin' into some righteous barbecue. In Dallas, the barbecue stand tucked into a farmers market, dishing out classic beef brisket and Carolina pork. And outside Las Vegas, the longtime meat market turning its knives on fresh sausage and slow-cooked ribs.

A-Z: R for Real-Deal Route 66

Guy Fieri checks out places locals have been loving for decades: In San Francisco, a classic joint that's made fresh-carved hot meat sandwiches for more than 60 years in Omaha, an 80-year-old tavern turned fish market and in Pittsburgh, a family place making Italian American favorites for more than 40 years.

A-Z: S for Shut-the-Front-Door Sandwiches

This trip, Guy Fieri's diggin' into succulent sandwiches! In Oakland, a real-deal butchery stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken. In Modesto, Calif., a funky food truck putting pastrami on pretzel bread and cooking pulled pork in root beer. And in Key Largo, Fla., a seafood staple servin' up a sandwich that's become a local legend.

A-Z: T for Triple D Tailgate

Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.

A-Z: U for Unreal Finds

This trip Guy Fieri discovers some hidden gems. In Stone Harbor, N.J., a fish shack flying in Paco Paco fish from the Amazon for a Brazilian specialty. In Long Island City, N.Y., a 14-seat joint doing everything from wood oven pizza to a lunch counter with all kinds of sides. And in Santa Rosa, Calif., a volunteer-run brunch spot where kids are cooking up huevos rancheros with roasted pork.

A-Z: V for Viewers' Choice

This trip, Guy Fieri's going where viewers sent him. In Lexington, Ky., a restored 1951 drive-in that's still serving the same double burger that made it famous. In Jacksonville, Fla., a diner in an old soda shop, scratch-making a menu that goes from meatloaf to stuffed French toast. And in Minneapolis, a breakfast joint celebrates 60 years as a neighborhood favorite.

A-Z: X for Xtreme Cuisine

This trip, Guy Fieri's digging into some dishes like Mama would make if she had a wild imagination. In Philadelphia, a very special guest, Marc Summers, hits the kitchen with Guy for fried PB and Js and tacos that start with the head of a pig. And in Phoenix, the farm-to-table spot dishin' out a dynamite pork sammie and cooking everything from pizzas to pancakes to meatballs in its wood-fired oven.

A-Z: Y for You Made What.

Guy Fieri is hitting the road and taking a detour to find some out-of-the-ordinary eats. In Chico, Calif., a Hawaiian-Asian fusion spot serving up righteous ramen and a fried chicken bao. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a funky joint putting their spin on lamb and pork belly. And in Richland, Wash., a bakery-gone-savory firin' up duck banh mi and sweet potato lasagna.

A-Z: Z for 'ZA

On this trip, Guy Fieri is divin' into the pie and other major mouthfuls. In Boston, a joint putting beer into their crust and then topping it with taco fixins and a steak-and-cola combo. A hard-rock hangout in Santa Fe, N.M., servin' up carne asada pizza and a mind-blowing BLT, and a funky spot in Reno, Nev., giving new meaning to apple pie and showing off their award-winning wings.

A-Z: W for Wings 'n' Things!

This trip, Guy Fieri checks out some serious scratch cooking. In Washington, a soul food joint serving up chicken wings smothered in house made buffalo sauce, where he's joined by NFL player LaMont Jordan. In Kansas City, Mo., a live music spot cranking out a bacon-wrapped, beer-battered, deep-fried hot dog. And in Salem, Mass., a seafood shack doing a lobster martini . and yes, it comes with a claw.


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Comments:

  1. Yash

    You must say this - the big fault.

  2. Shilo

    I am sure this is the wrong path.

  3. Joah

    I can't take part in the discussion right now - there is no free time. I will be back - I will definitely express my opinion on this issue.

  4. Albin

    I recommend.

  5. Dace

    I do not even know

  6. Meztigami

    the sympathetic thought



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