What would your expectations be if you had to wait 6 hours for a meal to be created? There was a time when food celebrity Guy Fieri was blown away by a Missouri dish that did take at least 6 hours to fix.
Clint Bowyer was an entertaining NASCAR driver when he was in a car. Guy Fieri is almost always a riot on his Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives TV show. What happens when those two personalities combine? You get that fun time when they both nearly wrecked a Missouri BBQ joint.
You would think that having your diner featured on food celebrity Guy Fieri's TV show would be your ticket to the big time. Sadly, that's not always the case. Did you know there are at least 8 Missouri diners that Guy has featured that are now closed forever?
When you want an opinion on food, it's helpful to turn to the true professionals. When it comes to French fries, who better to declare the best fries in Illinois than TV food celebrity Guy Fieri who thinks he found the best in the Land of Lincoln hands down.
When you do something in your life and get a trophy, that's a pretty good sign that you're doing it well. If that's really true, Food Network may be right about the best place in Iowa to get BBQ as their walls are lined with shiny awards.
The list of diners, drive-ins and dives visited in Illinois by food celebrity Guy Fieri is long, but there can only be one "best". That place in the Land of Lincoln is a diner in Chicago that offers the most 'metal' burger you'll ever find (and that's a good thing).
Food celebrity Guy Fieri has visited so many diners, drive-ins and dives over the years, it's a pretty big deal when he selects a favorite. A new ranking claims to know what his Missouri go-to place is and it's a diner in St. Louis.