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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, or Triple D, as host Guy Fieri sometimes calls the show, is a cooking show that is highly unique from the traditional "watch me cook" show. This 30-minute program takes the viewer across the country and into Canada to visit out of the ordinary restaurants serving delicious food from a non-traditional venue.

Each restaurant visited is one that viewers and patrons have recommended to the program's host. Many venues are unexpected food treasures that are easily overlooked. Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives has taken viewers to the smallest of diners that seat 15 people and dives that are hole-in-the wall establishments serving elegant cuisine not found in the most expensive restaurants.

During an episode, the host, Guy Fieri, introduces viewers to the restaurant owners, families, history and chef. Then, viewers are taken on a culinary journey into the restaurants kitchen where the chef creates his most popular dishes for Guy to sample.

However, this cooking experience is not only relating a recipe where viewers are instructed to add a teaspoon of salt or a cup of flour. Each chef, with the help of the host, demonstrates their culinary talent through the showmanship of skills and the humor parlayed between host and chef. Amongst the cooking entertainment, a delicious creation erupts that makes viewer's mouths water.

Throughout the entire 30 minutes, the audience is held captive by the host, the food and the stories revealed in every establishment the program uncovers. Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is a modern, trendy cooking show that engages everyone in the restaurant and at home from beginning to end. However, anyone searching for a matter of fact, boring and demonstrative cooking program will have to look elsewhere.

Triple D is a fun, lively, engaging, and informative experience that keeps viewers tuning in week after week. Not only can the program be watched on TV, the audience has the opportunity to bring the entire experience to a restaurant in their neighborhood.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is a Food series that is currently running and has 36 seasons (545 episodes). The series first aired on December 7, 2009. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.3.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is available for streaming on the Food Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on demand at Food Network, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Food Network, online.

Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
36 Seasons, 545 Episodes
December 7, 2009
Food
7.3/10
Cast: Guy Fieri
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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Full Episode Guide

  • Guy Fieri is checking out some chicken and diving into some pie on this trip. In Portland, Ore., a Southern transplant servin' up a killer chicken sandwich and catfish hush puppies. Three sisters in Oklahoma City puttin' their own funky spin on pizza, and, in Dania Beach, Fla., a brewery going next level with their shrimp pizza and wings.

  • Guy Fieri's family combines great restaurant food and cooking at home with some Triple-D style takeout. Four DDD alums send ingredients for some real-deal recipes, then join Guy and his son Hunter over video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's authentic Mexican from Phoenix, kolaches from Salt Lake City, Baltimore pit beef and pork belly all the way from Maui.

  • Guy Fieri does takeout Triple-D style, combining cooking at home with great restaurant food. Four DDD alums send ingredients for their most off-the-hook recipes, then join Guy and Hunter via video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's gourmet grilled cheese from Nashville, primo pizza from Boulder, Colo., Memphis fried chicken and Greek kebabs out of Houston, Texas.

  • On this trip, Guy Fieri is filling up on a taste of Philadelphia. There's a funky malt house serving the bomb Buffalo wings and a Polish twist on the cheesesteak. A longtime tavern making mama's real deal Italian recipes.

  • Guy Fieri and family cozy up to take a look back at the pilot episode; this cross-country drive down memory lane includes a nine-seat counter in New Jersey, and a 1950s-style diner in Boston cranking out its own corned beef hash.

  • Guy Fieri and his family love cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they combine the best of both worlds with some Triple-D style takeout. Four DDD alum send ingredients for their most off-the-hook recipes, then join Guy and Hunter via video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's Roman-style pizza from Arizona, a wicked-hot burger from Boston, Hawaiian surf and turf and Trinidadian specialties out of Seattle.

  • Alex Guarnaschelli's killer cavatelli; Brooke Williamson's seafood roll; Beau MacMillan's shrimp and sticky rice; G. Garvin's short rib ragu; Buddy Valastro's famous lobster tail pastries.

  • Guy Fieri's family loves cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they're combining the best of both worlds by firing up takeout with a twist. Guy calls in the heavy hitters with five all-star chefs who send ingredients for their most off-the-hook recipes then join Guy and his son, Hunter, via video chat to guide them through cooking up all that flavor. On this menu, there's tandoori chicken poutine from Maneet Chauhan, Christian Petroni's famous polenta flavor bomb, arancini and empanadas from Antonia Lofaso, fried chicken and waffles with a spin from Marcus Samuelsson and Michael Voltaggio's crab-cake crepes and caviar.

  • Guy Fieri is goin' global with flavors from all over the world. In Warr Acres, Okla., a Middle Eastern smorgasbord serving standout samosas and chicken kebab. A funky spot in Portland, Ore., turning out real-deal Mexican tortas, and in Hollywood, FL.

  • Guy Fieri checks in on some favorite East Coast eats. First stop is a neighborhood joint thats dishin out diner classics from a cramped kitchen, and in Baltimore, third time is the charm with this out-of-bounds pit beef stand.

  • This trip, Guy's going from Italian to seafood. In Oklahoma City, a funky food truck puts out wood-fired pizza and grandma's Sicilian meatball recipe. In Portland, Oregon, a spot cooks up crab cake cioppino.

  • Guy Fieri is biting into burgers and barbecue, starting with a barbecue joint in Oklahoma City. Then, a burger biz in Roy, Utah, is flipping patties for a third generation, and in Virginia Beach, VA, its brisket and burnt ends like you wouldnt believe.

  • Guy Fieri's family loves cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they combine the best of both worlds with some Triple-D style takeout. Guy and his son, Hunter, chat via video with four DDD alums who send ingredients to make their most off-the-hook recipes. On this menu, there's a wild West Virginia weenie, a new spin on a burger from Charlotte, N.C., a Miami Asian-barbecue mashup and a righteous baloney sandwich from Atlanta.

  • Guy Fieri video chats with four DDD alums who guide him on a trip to Flavortown. The off-the-hook recipes include a funky waffle from Syracuse, gourmet mac 'n' cheese from Cleveland and pork with an island twist straight out of Charlotte, NC.

  • Guy Fieri and his son, Hunter, video chat with four DDD alums to cook some off-the-hook recipes at home. On the menu are Boston pasta, real-deal New York Neapolitan pie, mole enchiladas from Cleveland and an apple-pie funnel cake from Orlando for dessert.

  • With restaurant takeout and delivery at an all-time high, Guy Fieri is hosting a virtual Triple-D family reunion to bring Flavortown to his own kitchen. He video chats with four DDD alums who have sent him ingredients for their latest top sellers, and they guide him through cooking four knockout dishes: a French dip from Seattle, San Diego arancini, Boston kebabs and bangin' shrimp all the way from North Pole, Alaska.

  • With restaurant takeout and delivery taking over the nation, Guy hosts a virtual Triple-D family reunion, bringing Flavortown to his own kitchen. Four DDD alum are updating Guy via video-chat.

  • Guy cooks chicken tamales, fritters and more with DDD alums on video chat.

  • Guy Fieri hits the road to meet chefs putting their roots into their menus. In Logan, Utah, a joint servin' Louisiana specialties like blackened chicken pasta and a marrow butter burger. In Portland, Oregon, a spot putting a vegan spin on Israeli flavors, and in Denver, a pizza place all about Detroit-style pies, plus a new take on fries.

  • Guy Fieri is getting in touch with his Italian roots. First up, he pops back into an Italian market in Baltimore, where the arancini and eggplant lasagna are both off-the-hook. Then, in Park City, Utah, a ski bum turned chef has the apres-ski crowd clamoring.

  • On this trip, Guy Fieri's digging into dishes from beef to buns. In Logan, Utah, a joint servin' up worldwide flavor, like lomo saltado and a funky peanut butter burger. In Juneau, Alaska, the bomb bao buns served out of a tiny trailer.

  • Guy Fieri's hitting the road and digging into some down-home cooking. In Garland, Utah, a century-old staple servin' up savory sandwiches and a legendary sweet treat. In Oklahoma City, a local landmark first opened in the 1950s dishing out Southern specialties, and in Denver, a joint putting a healthy, paleo spin on classic comfort food dishes.

  • Guy Fieri's taking a culinary trip around the world without leaving the U.S. He chows down on real-deal Italian dishes and major-league burgers in Boston, and he hits up a ramen spot in El Paso, TX, two days in a row.

  • On this trip, Guy Fieri's hanging out at real-deal mom-and-pop spots. In Logan, Utah, a family-run Indian joint hooked up to a gas station with Dad dishin' out specialties from his homeland. In Burlington, Vt., a dumpling house born out of a legendary food cart where mother and daughter are serving up authentic flavor, and in Denver, a neighborhood landmark where Mom leads the whole family in cookin' up Caribbean-soul favorites.

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The "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" and "Minute to Win It" star's prized 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo (a car worth over $200,000) was parked outside a car dealership on Van Ness in San Francisco when a thief reportedly rappelled down the wall of the dealership, entered the car through a window, and drove off.