Triple D Nation

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For the first time Guy Fieri is heading back to some of his all-time favorite Diners, Drive-ins and Dives spots on Triple D Nation. On this all-new spin on DDD, Guy checks in on some of the most memorable joints he has previously visited to see how they have been doing, and to get a taste of some of the new and classic recipes they are dishing out. Whether they have opened new locations, expanded their old ones, or added to their menus, these restaurants are always pushing the boundaries of their culinary comfort zone.

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  • Guy Fieri's taking a trip around the world without leaving the U.S. An Italian eatery in Boston is still serving up real-deal dishes from the homeland, and just down the street, a popular place is making major-league burgers and poppin' up all over the city. There's a first time for everything when Guy decides to revisit a ramen spot in El Paso, Texas, that he just discovered for dinner the night before!

  • Guy Fieri has a righteous time revisiting joints offering everything from pie to Thai. In Honolulu, a family spot going strong with their specialties straight out of Thailand. In Dallas, a funky spot blowing up all over town with their pizza and pasta, and in Washington, D.C., a pizza-ping pong mashup serving up even more winning combos.

  • Guy Fieri is reliving his most meat-tastic memories, starting in Kansas City, Mo., at an award-winning BBQ joint serving up pork belly burnt ends. Then, a taqueria in Dallas is still flipping the script on Tex-Mex and bringing real deal Mex-Tex to the masses. And a sub shop is winning over Washington, D.C., with their huge hoagies and homemade everything.

  • Guy Fieri is lightening the load on this trip, starting in Boston, where he pops into Triple D's first diner to check out the egg-white omelets. Then, a Cuban joint in Los Angeles is trading in bread for plantains and stuffing avocado with fresh fish. Finally, jackfruit tacos in Park City, Utah, are perfect for devouring after a day jumping moguls.

  • It's Diners, Drive-Ins, Dives and decadence … with plenty of sweet to go along with the savory! First up, Guy Fieri's in Kansas City, Mo., where a brunch spot is serving up a vegan treat rich enough for any meat eater. Then, a burger joint in Dallas is stirring things up with their mouthwatering milkshakes. Finally, a hidden steakhouse in Albuquerque, N.M., is keeping Mama's Greek classics -- and confections -- coming out of the kitchen.

  • The sun is out and the surf is high as Guy Fieri hits up some ultimate DDD spots by the shore. First, he's in Honolulu to say "Hi" to an old buddy who's reelin' in fresh poke and smokin' pork by the plateful. Then, a fresh fish market in San Diego is growing their menu -- and their real estate. And in Kona, Hawaii, there's a never-before-seen Triple D hot spot where a do-gooder is using his pirating ways to spread international flavor and give back to his community.

  • Guy Fieri's heading out to check in on family-run favorites. In Honolulu, a set of siblings ready to roll their mom's Filipino food all around the island. In San Diego, a taqueria that has been serving taquitos the same way for three generations, plus, a brother-sister team in Kansas City, Mo., still dishin' out off-the-hook, Asian-inspired eats.

  • On this trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up some of his favorite hometown haunts. First, he pops into a Mexican joint right in his Santa Rosa, Calif., 'hood, where he chows on the pozole every time he's off the road. Then in Eureka, Calif., near where Guy grew up, a pizzeria is still bringing authentic New York pie to the West Coast. Finally, it's off to Las Vegas and an old college hangout where strombolis still reign supreme.

  • Guy Fieri starts things off internationally as he brings the whole family to his favorite jerk joint in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Then it's back to the States, where a cafeteria in Tucker, Ga. hasn't changed a thing -- including its true Southern staples. In Austin, Texas, a sandwich spot has a new name and a new location, but the food is still out-of-bounds, and finally, a barbecue hot spot is seriously smokin' in Salt Lake City.

  • Guy Fieri's trip is all about the three B's: beef, barbecue and bar food. First, he stops in Taylor, Texas, at one of the first DDD barbecue joints to pay homage to an old friend whose son is carrying on his legacy. Then, it's on to Las Vegas, where Bolivian food and the ultimate Triple D prank reigned supreme. Finally, in Atlanta, a punk rock bar is still flippin' the script on bar food.

  • Guy Fieri hits up his favorite Italian joints from over the years. In Scottsdale, Arizona, a real-deal Italian grocer crankin' out scratch-made staples like gnocchi and prosciutto that bring a tear to Guy's eye. And a San Antonio pizzeria serving authentic Neapolitan pie -- and they have the papers to prove it. Plus--BONUS! Guy pops into a by-the-slice stand in Austin, Texas, that the Nation has never seen before.

  • It's all about the beef on this trip as Guy Fieri pops into a classic diner in Marietta, Georgia, for a taste of what's topping the charts these days. Next, it's on to San Antonio where a carwash-laundromat-kitchen combo is crankin' out killer burgers. And in Gilbert, Arizona, there's a joint pullin' all their ingredients from their own backyard and giving new meaning to the phrase, "farm to table."

  • It's meat mayhem and Guy Fieri is checking out a joint known for cheesesteaks and meatballs that have taken over Salt Lake City. Then, a father-son team stays true to their Italian roots in -- of all places -- Glendale, Arizona. And in Omaha, a Triple-D chef's son pays tribute to his father by carrying on his legacy and his recipes.

  • A Vietnamese sandwich shop in Salt Lake City; a Greek chef whips up Mexican food for breakfast, lunch and dinner in San Antonio; a German restaurant in Glendale, Ariz.

  • Guy Fieri heads back to see what the Triple D Nation is cookin’ up from under the sea. For starters, an oyster shuckin’ shack is putting a new spin on an old favorite in the Big Easy.

  • Guy Fieri tries some stuffed food items in different spots through California, Colorado, and Oregon.

  • A Hawaiian hideaway in Seattle has branched out to serve sweet island treats, and a Denver restaurant takes Korean barbecue to the next level. Plus, there’s a bonus, never-before-seen-on-Triple-D Italian hot spot that Guy visits every time he hits Chi-Town.

  • Guy Fieri's always down for a good sandwich, so he's stopping in to check out some of the Triple D Nation's latest creations. A food truck in Nashville put down roots and started churning out cheesy concoctions. A Denver diner's gone global, dishin' up eats from all over the world. A seafood joint in Miami put their signature dish inside two pieces of bread, and as a bonus, Guy's letting us in on a Fieri family tradition in Northern California.

  • Ain't no thing but a chicken wing in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, when Guy Fieri stops by to taste a couple of new eats they've added.

  • Guy Fieri heads to Miami to see what his buddy is doing with chicken and duck; a noodle shop in Portland, Ore., is churning out thousands of dumplings a week these days; in Spokane, Wash., chicken wings have never been so explosive!

  • Guy Fieri is going downright dough crazy over new recipes from old joints. A noodle shop in Portland, Oregon, is churning out thousands of dumplings a week these days, and a Hawaiian hideaway in Seattle has branched out to serve sweet island treats. Plus, in Jackson, Wyoming, Guy is giving his two cents as he taste-tests new pizzas for an ever-expanding menu.

  • It's east meets west when Guy Fieri revisits a place in Miami known for their Asian Funk Fusion to see what the chef is doing to Chinese food these days. Then, a Hawaiian hideaway in Seattle has branched out to serve sweet island treats and two dudes in Portland are still cranking out crazy sandwich concoctions all over the city. Finally, with the word out in Jackson, Wyo., a small, all-organic cafe had to expand to handle the DDD Nation.

  • Guy Fieri's kicking it old school as he pops into one of his favorite places from the very first season of DDD. Also, a lobster food truck's looking a lot different in Minneapolis and an out-of-the-way rustic restaurant's got some new dishes to inspire the DDD Nation. Plus, a place in Spokane had to move to bigger digs to keep up with their big dishes.

  • Guy Fieri's taking a walk down memory lane to check on some of his favorite DDD finds. He gets a second helping at his first Peruvian place in Chicago. In Seattle, tradition stands firm at an old school chili parlor. Plus, local dives in Minneapolis and Portland, Ore., both have their fair share of dining developments.

  • Guy finds things have changed a lot for his poke buddies at Big & Littles in Chicago. In Denver, it's a second serving at a unique 'triple threat' location that is part bar, part pizzeria and part biscuit shop, where they are dishing out breakfast biscuit sandwiches and a couple of new late-night Italian options. Over at The Shanty, in Wadsworth, IL, the owner reminisces about how DDD changed his life and his menu with new dishes, including braised pork shanks and goat cheese wontons. Finally, in Seattle, a return to Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives first, and only, Trinidadian joint reveals their new take on an old staple - fry bread.

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