Guy Fieri is here to bring you the best of the diners, drive-in restaurants, and dive bars across the country.
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Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives premiered on April 23, 2007, and is still going strong today.
In each episode, which usually revolves around a theme like “burgers” “mashed potatoes” or “comfort food”, Fieri visits a handful of diners, drive-ins, and dive bars to sample their food.
Along with Fieri, the show has welcomed a number of guests, including Robert Irvine, Andrew Zimmerman, Michael Symon, Matthew McConaughey, Gene Hackman, Rosie ODonnell, Kid Rock, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, and Kevin James among others.
In a 2017 interview with Thrillist, Guy spoke about what he has learned from his many experiences on the road with Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Asked what the biggest change he has witnessed in ten years of travel, he said, “The change has been enormous. It’s mind-blowing. I’ve seen not just a lot of mom-and-pop restaurants popping up but people getting out of the corporate world, wanting to do their own thing, wanting to have their own food expressions, wanting to have their own mantra in food. You see that angle on food trucks so often. I know these folks aren’t making a ton of money, but they do it because they love it.
Fieri is no stranger to the food business. He opened his first food operation at age 10, and after college, he worked as a restaurant manager. In 2006, he won Next Food Network Star. The rest, as they say, is history.