Welcome to the best-selling guide to the hit TV show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. 980 Diners locations as of 8/5//2017. No other app has every location like we do. UPDATED weekly with each new episode and from user updates. NEW FEATURE - Track where you've been and where you still need to go. In-app Purchase for $0.99 yearly. ****** Added from Season 27: Episode 13; Barbecue, Batter and Beer Can Chicken Restaurants Added: Three's Bar and Grill, Kihei, HI Horse Thief BBQ, Los Angeles, CA BatterFish, Los Angeles, CA ***** This app has all the locations visited by Guy Fieri on the show, geo-located around you wherever you are. Great for travelers looking for a good meal around the country. The Unofficial Guide to Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives has been one of the top 10 apps in the Food & Drink category almost every day for the last 6 months and was #1 for two weeks running. 80,000 users can't be wrong. We've collected all the locations for you, geo-located them, and organized them by season and state. Every venue from the show is in the app, including the closed locations or those that have changed hands and names. Some of the restaurants have closed over the years. We've left them in the directory, but added the word *Closed* to the name of each so you don't waste your time trying to go there. Major features: ► 980 Locations (as of 8/5/2017) and updated every week after the new episode airs, which is more than every other app – including the Food Network's own Food on the Road app (because we own them all and we check each week). Also, we regularly update closed or new addresses as we're informed by users. ► All locations are sortable by distance, alphabet, season, and state: ► Links to 456 recipes (so far) featured on the show (which you can also use as Guy's eating list) ► A Near Me map that lets you see as many or as few locations as you want ► Recipes are sortable by season or by type of dish (main, side, breakfast, etc). ► Post your visits to your Facebook or Twitter account. ► Leave comments about why you love each location for others to see. ► Update button if you find a mistake or a closed location ► Facebook, Twitter and Yelp links for every location that has them ------------------- Subscription - Track where you've been and where you haven't for $0.99/year reoccurring. - Checkin subscription is $0.99 annually, letting the user track which locations they've been to, and which ones they haven't. - Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. - Your subscription will automatically renew annually unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period. - Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription. - You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase. Terms of Service - http://bit.ly/gla-terms This app is not affiliated with the Food Network or Guy Fieri, but created using publicly available information about the locations highlighted in the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives TV show. GoLocalApps designs travel and wine region apps and this one was a labor of love as we enjoy the show and wanted to find the diners as we traveled around the country. So we did this for ourselves and are sharing it with you. If you have any problems with the app, or have suggestions use the support link or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be happy to help you troubleshoot any issues. Content by Ross Rojek (GoLocalApps has made apps for wine regions, downtown associations, restaurant chains and TV shows. Want an app for yourself or your business? Drop us a line at email@example.com.)
Just got it and looks like it hasn’t been updated in 3-4 years with any locations. Currently in San Diego and doesn’t show anything here. Closest diner is Los Angeles. On top of the app being outdated it doesn’t fit on any newer iPhone screen. You can tell this app hasn’t been updated since the size of a iPhone 5 screen size. Rather just have my $2 bucks back. Worthless.
I’m from Georgia and when I got to Georgia there is a US- Georgia then a “Georgia” it would be nice is the restaurants were linked under the same category for easy viewing. Also, I just paid extra for the “check-in” feature and once I clicked it there is no way to undo the “check-in”. Same thing with the “favorites” once you favorite a restaurant you cannot unclick it. I would like to see some minor changes there. Other than that I love this app!! Makes it so convenient to look up places you are going to visit. I love how the app tells you what Guy ate at the restaurant too!! Thanks for your hard work to keep the app updated.
Watching the show I have learned many techniques for bbq cooking. Keep up the great work.
It’s a good app in terms of mapping the spots out but I think you should be able to watch the tripple D scene of him at the particular restaurant. David Portnoys one-nite app blows this app out of the water
My wife and I travel in our motorhome and when we are on the road I whip this app. So for we are very pleased we did Russian River pub in Forestville CA the Bless my sole cafe in Eureka CA Guistis on the water and most recently the Moo creamery in Bakersfield loved the PB and B burger. Just a side note we have always frequented amity’s in Stockton and love the wings thanks Guy keep it going.
This app is so bad, so useless, that for someone who rarely leaves any reviews, ever, I felt compelled to take my time to log back into the App Store, find this app, look for the review section, hit “write a review” and warn everybody else to please, please, don’t waste your money on this app.
Just downloaded the app and spent the $1.99 to purchase it and then paid $.99 for their yearly subscription. Not letting me create a log-in or anything like that. Also doesn’t have the most recent episodes available from July.
Seriously one of the first things I do in any new area is take a look at the Near Me map and see where the closest diners are. Granted not every meal I've had at a DDD location has been good, but I'd rather try something new than go to an Applebee's. New look is more modern and I really like that the deveopers keep the app up to date every week with new episodes. And now I can track where I've been and where I haven't!
It's so annoying that the links on the map view don't work! If they did it would be a decent app!
Like other reviewers have to say I feel the app is only half working. You can search for local places to eat, but hitting the info button doesn't give you any description on the restaurants. Having to rely on a mix of the app and Google is less than ideal.