In the Season 16 opener, Guy stops at a St. Louis roadhouse, where he samples rice and beans, Cajun-style pot stickers and pulled-pork pasta. Later, he visits a Syracuse café that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, including falafel and baklava.
Guy learns why a Syracuse restaurant located in a basement is famous for its chicken and waffles; and visits a Hoboken, N.J., eatery that specializes in Cuban fare. Also: a gas station-turned-seafood stand in Duck, N.C., offers a taste of their crab boil and grilled scallops.
Guy visits a barbecue place in Brooklyn that serves up wings and beef ribs. Also: seafood dishes prepared by a husband and wife from Manteo, N.C., include soft-shell-crab quesadilla, tuna tacos, and shrimp and chorizo.
Guy visits an Italian eatery in Chatham, N.J., and gets a taste of fried chicken, rice balls and a pork sandwich. Later, a restaurant in Olympia, Wash., serves up oysters Benedict, squash-and-apple hash, and a crunchy blueberry dessert.
Included: a Syracuse eatery with chicken-Caesar sandwiches and sweet-and-spicy sausage fajitas on the menu; and a seafood restaurant in Kitty Hawk, N.C., that serves fisherman's risotto and citrus chicken. Also: a brewpub in Olympia, Wash., known for its bangers and mash and crab-stuffed cannelloni.
Dishes that are decadent are found in Brooklyn at a Southern-style restaurant that serves chicken and waffles; a spicy pulled-pork sandwich; and a donut of the day. Also: Guy visits a place in Puyallup, Wash., known for homemade meatballs and fire-grilled artichokes.
Feasting on European flavors in Tacoma, Wash., where Guy tries a hangover soup and a dish called Frikadelle. Also: a Toronto place that only serves meatballs; and a Polish family restaurant in Syracuse known for potato pancakes and stew.
Guy turns his attention to foods that are grilled, beginning with a trip to a Los Angeles joint, where he tries a hot-pork sandwich and a lamb burger. Also: kabobs and beet salad are on the menu at a pub in Tacoma, Wash.
Unique combos are highlighted by Guy, beginning in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Koreatown, where he visits a place known for its craft beer and recipes for French dip and fries. Also: a Toronto diner that serves stuffed French toast, a Corn Flakes chicken club and pie milkshakes.
A restored diner in Toronto is celebrated for its pork belly, mac-and-cheese burger and Christmas burger. Also: Guy visits a surfer hangout in Nags Head, N.C., where Jamaican jerk chicken and Caribbean pork chops are served.