“Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives” locations in Boston

The self proclaimed “Mayor of Flavortown” has brought the Triple-D production to Boston on many occasions and we’re hungry for the details.

A Chipotle Pastrami Sandwich from Sam Lagrassas.

Double check the hours before heading to Sam Lagrassa’s to get this Chipotle Pastrami Sandwich.

Photo by @hungrygirlmo

Since everyone has food on the brain this month, let us help you visit Flavortown.

Guy Fieri is known for his signature hair and Food Network TV shows like “Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives.” The show has visited our city a number of times over the years. Here are just a few stops they have made.

Mike’s City Diner
Visit this classic ‘50s-style diner for the all-day breakfast or the hearty dinner plates. The pricing for these large portions will leave you and your wallet feeling full.

Lone Star Taco Bar
When you visit the Allston or Cambridge stop, try the Mexican grilled street corn, Crunch-wrap, jalapeno corn cakes + flan, then wash it all down with a couple of Mug-arita drinks.

Sam Lagrassa’s
The two most popular items on the menu have been around for nearly five decades: chipotle pastrami sandwiches + clam chowder. This counter service sandwich spot is only open for lunch during the week.

Pizza boxes outside of Dirty Water Dough

Visit this pizza shop on Newbury for dine-in or take out.

Dirty Water Dough
Drawing inspiration from the classic Boston song “Dirty Water,” this pizza shop features fresh pies made with a signature beer dough. Grab a pie and get cozy with a fireplace and great seating in the Back Bay.

This family-owned spot serves up delicious sandwiches, including lobster rolls, burgers, pastas, wraps, and breakfast items from the North End.

Angela’s Cafe
This Mexican-inspired eatery has two popular locations in Eastie, specializing in breakfast and lunch choices. Don’t skip the signature Chilaquiles Verdes.

Bonus: Guy also has two restaurants in Boston for now: Guy’s Kitchen is next to Boston Common at 186 Tremont St. and Guy’s Tequila Cocina will be closing soon in the Garden at 110 Causeway St.

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