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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2009) Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Genre Food Travel Starring Guy Fieri Country of origin United States Language(s) English No. of seasons 8 No. of episodes 103 Production Producer(s) David Page Location(s) Food Running time 22 minutes Production company(s) Page Productions Broadcast Original channel Food Network Original run November 4, 2006 (2006-11-04) – present External links Website Production website Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (DDD, The Triple D[1]) is an American food television series that premiered in November 2006[2] on the Food Network. Produced by Page Productions, the program stars and is hosted by Guy Fieri. The show originally began as a one-off special, based on the idea proposed by David Page.[3] When Food Network launched its HD simulcast of its SD channel on March 31, 2008, later episodes of the series began to be presented in high definition, although it never aired on the former Food Network HD channel. The show features a "road trip" concept, similar to Road Tasted, Giada's Weekend Getaways and $40 a Day. Fieri travels around the United States looking for the best drive-in restaurants, diners and dive bars. Contents 1 Episodes 2 Episode guide 2.1 Season 1 2.2 Season 2 3 Lawsuit 4 Notable appearances 5 References 6 External links Episodes Each episode generally has a unifying theme (such as burgers or comfort food) with the host visiting multiple restaurants to sample the food that corresponds to this theme. The program focuses on small independent eateries featuring traditional American-style cuisine (such as barbecue, smoked meat, hamburgers, deep fried food, steak, and bacon-and-egg breakfast), regional styles, or ethnic specialties. Most often, the restaurants that the show chooses use fresh ingredients, home-style recipes, and gourmet culinary approaches to what is usually considered non-gourmet food. The host interacts with both the customers, to get their opinion on the food, and with the kitchen staff, who demonstrate how to prepare one or more of the dishes. Episode guide Season 1 Episode Show Number Topic Restaurant Location 1 DV0101 Classics Mac & Ernie's Tarpley, Texas 1 DV0101 Classics Brint's Diner Wichita, Kansas 1 DV0101 Classics Mad Greek's Diner Baker, California 2 DV0102 That's Italian Four Kegs Sports Pub Las Vegas, Nevada 2 DV0102 That's Italian Hullabaloo Diner Wellborn, Texas 2 DV0102 That's Italian Pizza Palace Knoxville, Tennessee 3 DV0103 Blue Plate Special The Penguin Charlotte, North Carolina 3 DV0103 Blue Plate Special Patrick's Roadhouse Santa Monica, California 3 DV0103 Blue Plate Special Frosted Mug Chicago, Illinois 4 DV0104 Breakfast The Coffee Cup Boulder City, Nevada 4 DV0104 Breakfast Franks Diner Kenosha, Wisconsin 4 DV0104 Breakfast Gaffey Street Diner San Pedro, California 5 DV0105 BBQ Louie Mueller BBQ Taylor, Texas 5 DV0105 BBQ Baby Blues BBQ Venice, California 5 DV0105 BBQ Barbecue King Drive-In Charlotte, North Carolina 6 DV0106 Local Legends A1 Diner Gardiner, Maine 6 DV0106 Local Legends Leo's BBQ Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 6 DV0106 Local Legends Eveready Diner Hyde Park, New York 7 DV0107 Burgers Triple XXX Family Restaurant West Lafayette, Indiana 7 DV0107 Burgers Hackney's Glenview, Illinois 7 DV0107 Burgers Squeeze Inn Sacramento, California 8 DV0108 House Specials Red Arrow Diner Manchester, New Hampshire 8 DV0108 House Specials Hank's Creekside Restaurant Santa Rosa, California 8 DV0108 House Specials Voula's Offshore Cafe Seattle, Washington 9 DV0109 Retro South Side Soda Shop Goshen, Indiana 9 DV0109 Retro Gott's Roadside (formerly Taylor's Automatic Refresher) St. Helena, California 9 DV0109 Retro Byways Cafe Portland, Oregon 10 DV0110 Worth the Trip Big Star Diner (Under new ownership) Bainbridge Island, Washington 10 DV0110 Worth the Trip Harold's Gaffney, South Carolina 10 DV0110 Worth the Trip Mo Gridders Bronx, New York 11 DV0111 Diners A-Plenty Kelly's Diner Somerville, Massachusetts 11 DV0111 Diners A-Plenty Bayway Diner Linden,New Jersey 11 DV0111 Diners A-Plenty The Beacon Drive-In Spartanburg, South Carolina 12 DV0112 American Cookin' Rosie's Diner Rockford, Michigan 12 DV0112 American Cookin' Russian River Pub Forestville, California 12 DV0112 American Cookin' Al's Breakfast Minneapolis, Minnesota DV0709H Blast From the Past Cattlemen's Steak House Oklahoma City, Oklahoma DV0709H Blast From the Past Sam LaGrassa's Boston, Massachusetts DV0709H Blast From the Past Nickel Diner Los Angeles, California Season 2 Episode Show Number Topic Restaurant Location 1 DV0201H Totally Fried Falafel's Drive-In San Jose, California 1 DV0201H Totally Fried Ramona Cafe Ramona, California 1 DV0201H Totally Fried Silk City Diner Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2 DV0202H Route 66 Emma Jean's Holland Burger Cafe Victorville, California 2 DV0202H Route 66 The Rock Caf' Stroud, Oklahoma 2 DV0202H Route 66 Cafe on the Route Baxter Springs`, Kansas 3 DV0203H One of a Kind JT Farnham's Seafood & Grill South Essex, Massachusetts 3 DV0203H One of a Kind Joe's Gizzard City Potterville, Michigan 3 DV0203H One of a Kind Grubstake Diner San Francisco, California 3 DV0203H One of a Kind Los Tapatios San Jose, California 4 DV0204H Local Flavor Clanton's Cafe Vinita, Oklahoma 4 DV0204H Local Flavor Mike's Chili Parlor Seattle, Washington 4 DV0204H Local Flavor Duarte's Tavern Pescadero, California 5 DV0205H Real Deal BBQ Jay Bee's Bar-B-Que Gardena, California 5 DV0205H Real Deal BBQ Smoque Chicago, Illinois 5 DV0205H Real Deal BBQ BBQ Shack Paola, Kansas 6 DV0206H Seaside Eats Evelyn's Drive-In Tiverton, Rhode Island 6 DV0206H Seaside Eats Hodad's Ocean Beach, California 6 DV0206H Seaside Eats Keegan's Seafood Grille Indian Rocks Beach, Florida 7 DV0207H Talkin' Turkey Mike's City Diner Boston, Massachusetts 7 DV0207H Talkin' Turkey Willie Bird's Restaurant Santa Rosa, California 7 DV0207H Talkin' Turkey Alpine Steakhouse Sarasota, Florida 8 DV0208H Viewer's Choice Bobby's Hawaiian Style Restaurant Everett, Washington 8 DV0208H Viewer's Choice Ted Peters Famous Smoked Fish South Pasadena, Florida 8 DV0208H Viewer's Choice Psycho Suzie's Motor Lounge Minneapolis, Minnesota 9 DV0209H Family Owned El Indio San Diego, California 9 DV0209H Family Owned Charlie's Diner Spencer, Massachusetts 9 DV0209H Family Owned Paradise Pup Des Plaines, Illinois 10 DV0210H Open 24/7 Studio Diner San Diego, California 10 DV0210H Open 24/7 White Palace Grill Chicago, Illinois 10 DV0210H Open 24/7 The Dining Car & Market Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 11 DV0211H Off the Hook Specials Schooner or Later Long Beach, California 11 DV0211H Off the Hook Specials Grinder's Kansas City, Missouri 11 DV0211H Off the Hook Specials The Fly Trap Ferndale, Michigan 11 DV0211H Off the Hook Specials Galewood Cookshack Chicago, Illinois 12 DV0212H Burgers, Rings and Fries Joe's Cable Car San Francisco, California 12 DV0212H Burgers, Rings and Fries The Nook St. Paul, Minnesota 12 DV0212H Burgers, Rings and Fries Krazy Jim's Blimpy Burger Ann Arbor, Michigan 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour Mustache Bill's Barnegat Light, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour Tick Tock Diner Clifton, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour White Manna Hamburgers Hackensack, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour The Ritz Diner Livingston, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour Hightstown Diner Hightstown, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour Skylark Diner Edison, New Jersey 13 DV0213H The New Jersey Diner Tour Jefferson Diner Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey Lawsuit In May of 2011, the Plymouth, Minnesota-based producer of the show filed lawsuit against the Food Network. The lawsuit alleges that the network failed to pay required production costs, and failed to retain the show's host, Guy Fieri. [4] It remains unclear how the lawsuit or pending litigation will affect the show's future production. Food Network has not announced who will produce the show going forward. Notable appearances LaMont Jordan, NFL player Rosie O'Donnell, comedian, actress, and talk show host Michael Symon, chef, Iron Chef, and TV personality Gene Hackman, actor References ^ Page Productions - Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives ^ Internet Movie Database (pilot aired 11/4/2006) ^ "World chefs - Fieri finds history is made in diners" Reuters; Mar 21, 2007 ^ [ "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives producer says Food Network wants to dash "] Twin Cities Business Journal; May 16, 2011 External links Official website Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives at the Internet Movie Database ‹See Tfd›Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives at v · d · eThe Next Food Network Star Seasons 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 Winners & series Dan Smith & Steve McDonagh (Party Line with The Hearty Boys) • Guy Fieri (Guy's Big Bite · Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives · Guy Off the Hook · Minute to Win It) • Amy Finley (The Gourmet Next Door) • Aaron McCargo, Jr. (Big Daddy's House) • Melissa D'Arabian (Ten Dollar Dinners) • Aarti Sequeira (Aarti Party) Other contestants & series Adam Gertler (Will Work for Food · Kid in a Candy Store) • Tom Pizzica (Outrageous Foods)  • Kelsey Nixon (Kelsey's Essentials) Selection committee Bobby Flay • Susie Fogelson • Bob Tuschman • Marc Summers • Gordon Elliot • Giada De Laurentiis Production Food Network • CBS EYEtoo Productions This article about a television show originating in the United States is a stub. 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