This road trip begins in Atlantic City, with crab-stuffed flounder and cannelloni. Later, Guy visits Phoenix, where he visits a mom-and-pop pizza shop, that serves pies topped with baked ziti and chicken Marsala.
Guy hits three joints with the same name, twice: "Niko Nikos", a converted gas station in Houston serving authentic Greek specialties; "Tap Tap", a Italian restaurant in Miami Beach; and "Pok Pok", an Asian eatery in Portland, Oregon.
Guy rolls in for real family cooking. In Providence, R.I., 2 brothers put a modern spin on old family recipes. Bosnian classics are sampled at a Houston strip mall; & a joint in Glendale, Cal., serves Cuban favorites, from pork to ceviche.
Guy Fieri hits nothing but diners on this trip. An E. Coast-inspired diner serves Vietnamese dishes in Santa Cruz, Cal. And N. England favorites are sampled in a lunch-car-turned-diner in Peabody, Mass. and a local landmark in Norman, Okla.
Guy visits some longtime favorite diners: a local landmark in Attleboro, Mass., serving New England classics since 1911; a 50-year-old diner in Buffalo; a family-run Italian restaurant in Cleveland that's been around more than 50 years.