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Guy's finding real deal authentic eats in unusual spots. In St. Louis, the n'awlins roadhouse serving up rice and beans, cajun potstickers and a pulled pork pasta. And in Syracuse, N.Y., the tiny Mediterranean cafe crankin' out first-class falafel and baklava.
Guy's visiting restaurants with a definite direction. In Syracuse, N.Y., the longtime pasta institution makin' a tomato sauce just for dipping, spicy chicken wiggies and duck and cheese pizza. And in Nags Head, N.C., the local food-focused joint using funky techniques on deep fried pickles and soft shell crab.
Guy's honing in on spots doing it different. In Syracuse, N.Y., the basement joint rockin' out waffles with their fried chicken, and with a full blown Thanksgiving dinner. In Hoboken, N.J., the Cuban joint goin' deep into the repertoire with a salt cured beef dish and all kinds of classic Cuban appetizers. And in Duck, N.C., the gas station turned gourmet seafood stand grilling up scallops and packin' a crab boil to-go.
Matches Made In Heaven
Guy's meeting up with credible combos. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the barbecue joint mashin' up a variety of styles for their unique wings and their big time beef ribs. And in Manteo, N.C., the husband and wife tag-teaming in the kitchen to deliver on soft shell crab quesadilla, tuna tacos, and shrimp and chorizo.
Guy's warming up with some standout specialties. In Brooklyn, N.Y., the mom and pop diner flipping a skillet apple waffle with pancetta and deep-frying breakfast empanadas. In Olympia, Wash., the brew house cranking out crab cannelloni and bangers and mash. And in Grandy, N.C., the farm to table German joint rolling out the ruebens and a cheesy baked potato soup.
Guy's takin' a spin through the town favorites. In Chatham, N.J., the real deal Italian joint bakin' up some righteous fried chicken, arancini balls, and the decadent sacred swine sandwich. And in Olympia, Wash., the homestyle spot cranking out creole oyster benedict, a colorful winter squash and apple hash and a unique blueberry crunch roller.
Land To Sea
Guy's sampling from the land and the sea. In Syracuse, N.Y., the underground joint servin' up scratch made chicken caesar sandwiches and spicy sweet sausage fajitas. In Kitty Hawk, N.C., the ages-old seaside restaurant firing up fisherman's risotto and citrus chicken. And in Olympia, Wash., the brewpub combining beer with bangers and mash and crab stuffed cannelloni.
Guy's goin' coast to coast for decadent dishes. In Brooklyn, the southern-inspired spot crankin' out fried chicken and waffles, a spicy pulled pork sandwich and a daily donut to die for. And in Puyallup, Wash., the local's joint serving up homemade meatballs and fire grilled artichokes.
Guy's feasting on the many tastes of Europe. In Tacoma, the Eastern European joint heating up a hearty hangover soup and meat dish. In Toronto the meatball-only spot servin' up their unique versions of spaghetti and meatballs. And in Syracuse the Polish family restaurant piling their potato pancakes high with a savory stew.
Hittin' The Grill
Guy'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.
Guy's checkin' out some unique combos. In Los Angeles's Korea Town, the craft beer joint putting duck in the fries and in the French dip. And in Toronto the restored diner servin' up stuffed French toast, cornflake chicken club and a pie milkshake.
All Kinds Of Meat
Guy's visiting longtime carvinore-friendly haunts. In Toronto the restored diner cooking up pork belly, a mac and cheese burger and a Christmas burger. In Burbank, Calif., the long time chili parlor servin' up a decades-old recipe. And in Nags Head, N.C., the surfer spot for Jamaican jerk chicken and Carribean pork chops.
Real Deal Roots
Guy's digging into dishes with a personal connection. In Toronto the Jewish deli smoking meats and knishes the old school way. And in Los Angeles, the funky food truck infusing Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cake and lamb burger.
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