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Diners, Drive Ins, Dives, and Guy Fieri

09.29.2009 · Posted in Arts and Entertainment Article

What could be better than settling back for Diners, Drive Ins, Dives, and Guy Fieri? He has such a knack for finding some of the most interesting places to stop for a bite. He also has a way of finding some of the most interesting recipes and food combinations around. Who doesn’t want to get in on the same type of action that Guy sees?nnThis is the Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives New Jersey tour, which I have seen before but decide to watch intently anyway. There is no question that the faire at the Skylark Fine Diner and Lounge totally wipes out the remainder of the appeal that my bowl of popcorn had for a minute.nnIt’s a lot of fun to watch the way Guy Fieri goes about this little adventure of his. He is dedicated to the review process but he is also just as dedicated to figuring out what makes the places he visits tick, as well as the people behind that ticking.nnBeing able to map out clusters helps you to determine you location destination for your next food driven vacation. If you happen to be lucky enough to live near one of the Food Network clusters, you will still need the Diners, Drive Ins, and Diners map in order to plan out your feeding grounds for the next few weeks.nnI just didn’t believe that there would be a following for the show. However, we can all thank Guy Fieri for bringing such personality into the show that even those who aren’t Food Network fans have been tuning in to watch Guy work his magic as he makes his way to all kinds of drive-ins, diners, dives, and even a few little roadside markets.nnDiners, Drive Ins, and Dives Texas style will bring you through an entire host of different types of foods with some of the biggest plates you’ll ever be challenged to put down. If you look toward the Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives California style get ready for some fantastic scenery, some of the world’s friendliest people, and food that will span across origins for your culinary delight.nnI have seen Guy plant his face into some of the largest dishes, opening his mouth in a sort of snake-like jaw loosening fashion just to grab a full bite of some of the dishes that he has been served. Yet he does it in a way that reminds me of a hungry child, which is good because men stuffing their face on television usually doesn’t go over very well. How Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives manages to keep the flair and the flavor coming season after season is one of those mysteries that I don’t want to solve.nnFinding a new and interesting place to eat thanks to Guy is a treat. You know you’re taking one of the best recommendations when it comes to restaurant choices. Who can turn down a guy like Fieri? Finding the closest dive in a new town or destination can turn into a fun game for the whole family. Bragging rights are nothing compared to a fantastic meal and the Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives list.

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