Satisfy Your Late-Night Hunger Pangs with a Week of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Specials

by in Shows, December 14th, 2013

Guy FieriNext week, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives fans, tune in for five days’ worth of special episodes. Guy has pretty much seen it all on Triple D, but he’s broken down his favorite places to eat by theme in a series of five late-night specials. On Monday it’s all about the Deep-Fried All-Stars. On Tuesday it’s the Wildest Joints Guy has ever visited. Wednesday Guy reveals his BBQ Legends. On Thursday it’s all about the Top 10 Burgers featured on DDD. And on Friday it’s the Best of New York City — the top eats the Big Apple has to offer. Don’t miss out on this chance to see some of the best of the best Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives from Monday, Dec. 16 to Friday, Dec. 20 at 11pm.

Deep Fried All-Stars

Deep-fried dishes have been all over the map on DDD. You won’t want to miss these fried beauties, from classics like the fried chicken sandwich at Show Dogs, fish and chips from Mac’s Fish & Chip Shop, and the chicharrones that Guy went bananas over at Highland Tavern to the righteous lobster pups at Rizzo’s Diner and deep-fried bacon at Tupelo’s. And something you never had in your school lunches — fried peanut butter and jelly at South Philadelphia Tap Room. This is a fully fried hour of all-out righteousness.

Tune In on Monday, Dec. 16 at 11pm/10c

Wildest Joints

On DDD, Guy has seen it all, and he has the scoop on the some of the wackiest and wildest joints out there, like R&R Taqueria serving up real-deal tacos out of a gas station, the church-turned-brewpub Clarkston Union serving up a divine lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, the silver-bullet food truck for Fresh, Local, Wild on Fisherman’s Wharf cranking out seafood fries and The Duce, an old boxing gym, dishing out scratch-made comfort food. It gets even more ridiculous at the Taco Bus, a real-deal bus pulling out all the stops for Mexican food, and the funky DJ/breakfast spot housed in a basement called Funk ‘n’ Waffles putting its spin on waffles. These joints may be wacky, but the food is off the chain.

Tune In on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 11pm/10c

BBQ Legends

Guy loves ‘cue. The BBQ Hall of Famer loves makin’ it and you know he loves tryin’ it. There’s a long list of off-the-chain barbecue joints in the DDD history books, and Guy’s handpicked some of his all-time favorites. From whole hogs to righteous ribs, smoking sammies to mouthwatering sides, you’re in for the best BBQ from coast to coast.

Tune In on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 11pm/10c

Top 10 Burgers

Guy’s had a lot of burgers on DDD, and we asked you, the viewers, to vote for your top 10 favorites of all time. From old school to gourmet, it’s a countdown of the most creative and delicious combinations found in Flavortown.

Tune In on Thursday, Dec. 19 at 11pm/10c

Best of New York

Guy has visited lots of killer joints in New York and we’ve rounded up some of the best bites in the Big Apple. You can’t visit New York City without having old-school Italian at John’s of 12th Street or traditional Jewish favorites at Ben’s Best Kosher Deli. And no one does classic NYC sandwiches like Defonte’s. But Guy’s also discovered some surprises, like authentic barbecue at The Smoke Joint, German pretzels at The Redhead and hubcap-sized doughnuts at Pies ‘n’ Thighs.

Tune In on Friday, Dec. 20 at 11pm/10c

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