Fan-Chosen Hot Spots, International Eats and Hawaiian Classics on Triple D Tonight

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, April 1st, 2013

Guy Fieri at Pies N ThighsIf you’ve ever written to Guy with suggestions for Triple D-worthy restaurants in your neighborhood, know that he’s been paying attention and wants to visit the area standbys that you love most.

During tonight’s marathon of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives episodes, Guy sets off to discover some of the local favorites that you, the fans, have recommended to him. He’s off to Eischen’s Bar & Grill in Oklahoma first to taste their decades-old fried chicken recipe, then travels to Kenny and Ziggy’s, a Houston deli that’s making corned beef and traditional Jewish comfort food just like they do in New York City.

Later, Guy finds the best of the best in Basque, Salvadorian and Spanish fare — all without leaving the country — with tastes of oxtail stew, tomato-chile pork and spiced tasso at spots from Florida all the way to California. He then sets off on a Hawaiian adventure to sample Windy City-style hot dogs on the island of Oahu before partaking in a luau that’s special to locals.

Join Guy on his coast-to-coast journey starting at 6pm/5c — follow along and bookmark the restaurants as he goes, and then try your hand at the recipes.

From north and south to east and west, Guy’s been everywhere. Next time you’re traveling, download the On the Road app or check out this map to find all of Guy’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives destinations.

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Comments (10)

  1. Alicia Benton says:

    Guy should visit Brocatos in Tampa, fl. Brocatos is a sandwich shop that has been in business since 1948 and if you don't get there early you will wait a while to get your food the place is awesome and always packed.

  2. Alex Melberg says:

    Guy should visit the Squire in Chatham, Cape Cod, MA. Its the popular bar spot in Chatham. They have "the bomb" Lobster bisque, and also very good burgers!!

  3. Bonnie Clinton says:

    guy should visit the old hoof and horn in St.joseph, missouri. it is one of the oldest restraunts in Saint Joseph and burned few years back and came back and doing strong.

  4. joyce says:

    On your next trip to Yellowstone National Park you don't want to miss the "Raven Gril" in Gardiner,Mt.-N. Entrance to YNP -From the steaks-salmon-pasta specials to the huckleberry creme brule we were not disappointed! "Absolutely awesome food"

  5. Jessica Doherty says:

    You should head to New Orleans and visit Jacques Imo's Cafe at 8324 Oak St. Absolutely everything is wonderful. Make you wanna run home and slap your mamma.

  6. Debbie Buffalo says:

    Next time Guy goes to the islands, he needs to stop by Boots n Kimo's Homestyle Kitchen in Kailua, HI for their Pancakes & Macadamia Nut Sauce with Portuguese Sausages. Its always my first stop when I'm on Oahu. Don't forget to enjoy some POG (Passion-Orange-Guava) with it :) its awesome!

  7. Fran P says:

    Next time Guy is in Florida, he needs to stop in Satellite Beach. (Right below Cocoa Beach) The main destination is Dakine Diego's. It is an open air walk up burrito joint on A1A featuring the "Insane Burrito." Expect a wait if it is a weekend and the surf is up! Their salad is great, too!

    Since you are in the neighborhood, check out Longdogger's as well. Originally known for their hot dogs, they've expanded the menu over the years and is a favorite among the locals for inexpensive meals and cold beer. If you stay for dinner, the best sushi in the county is Nippon Thai. Any one of their "super rolls" is plenty for dinner! Hope to see you in the 'hood!

  8. Kimberly Huddleston says:

    Guy should REALLY consider coming to a wonderful hole in the wall here in Stockton, California. The place is called Flip's Burgers on Waterloo Rd., and they serve quite honestly the best burgers, fries and shakes I've ever had. They fry just about everything but the kitchen sink too. Pickles, fries, rings, bananas, zucchini, mushrooms, Oreo's and even Twinkies! Ever had a burger with a fried egg on top? Yeah, it's all "outta bounds"! They've even won the best of San Joaquin award 2011. Not too shabby for an out of the way, non conventional place. Check it out please.

  9. Pamela Poulsen says:

    I have a great place for Guy to visit right outside of Las Vegas. It is called Bonnie Springs Ranch and it is only about a 30 minute drive from Las Vegas. It use to be an actual stage coach stop, I believe. There is an old western town to explore, a petting zoo for abandoned animals, horseback riding and so much more. But the best part is the restaurant, whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The onion rings are freshly made and the absolute best I have ever eaten. Their burgers and steaks are cooked over flame and have the best flavor. When my family visits at Christmas, this restaurant has become part of our annual tradition to have lunch at and we ALWAYS order 2 orders of rings to start.

  10. james says:

    There are two places you need to try. The 1st place you need to try in the Country Café in Festus, mo. They have great homemade biscuits with homemade apple butter. Their fried fish is the bomb, they also have killer homemade biscuits and gravy with home fries. The 2nd place is Blake's BBQ in Desloge, MO. They have the best big ugly tater, it is a baked potato with bbq inside. They also have the best falling off the bone smoked BBQ.

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