It’s been more than a decade since America was introduced to a wholesome, bleach-tipped, Hawaiian-suit wearing gourmand know to most as Guy Fieri. Anytime he hits the road, you can bet there’s a new Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on the horizon.
While Fieri is a television chef in his own right, the domain where he shines is on his road-trip reality show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. In every episode, Fieri samples the best eats that the country has to offer from popular downtown restaurants to hidden, off-the-beaten-path “dives.”
Here’s everything you need to know stream Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
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What is Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives?
Also known as Triple D, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is began in April of 2007. Each episode highlights different restaurants across a few cities usually following a certain theme like “That’s Italian” and “All Kinds of BBQ.” Certain episodes also cover cities like London, Florence, or even the entire country of Cuba.
- Launched: April 2007
- Channel: Food Network
- Genre: Reality
- Starring: Presented by Guy Fieri
- Seasons: 31
- Status: Pending
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What the critics are saying
- “The down-to-earth series features lots of mouth-watering old-time favorites as well as interesting variations of popular dishes. The series also highlights how many of these restaurants reflect the local flavors and/or traditions of the local culture. Fieri’s energy and excitement for every dish adds to the show’s charm. Foodies looking for examples of elegant dining won’t find it here. But if you are looking for examples of places that serve up finger-licking good food, or some ideas on how to prepare it, this show will be sure to please.” –Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
How to stream Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
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