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Three restaurants on Friday's all-Baltimore episode of 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives'

Three Baltimore restaurants are featured on a new episode of Guy Fieri's long-running Food Network show, "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives."

Here's the network's description of the "All Baltimore, All the Time" episode, which premieres Friday at 10 p.m.:

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"This trip, Guy's hitting the pavement for a tasty tour of Baltimore. First, just off Dundalk Ave, the local legend cranking out all kinds of crab plates. Then in the Hamilton neighborhood, the farm-to-table spot cooking up bacon-wrapped meatloaf and Asian braised pork. And in the Upper Fells Point neighborhood, the funky pizza joint firing up some outta bounds pies and savory risotto balls."

The local legend is Jimmy's Famous Seafood, the farm-to-table spot is Clementine and the Upper Fells Point pizza joint is Johnny Rad's.

Jimmy's is hosting a viewing party for the episode on Friday starting at 7 p.m., according to co-owner Tony Minadakis.

Johnny Rad's invited patrons to drop by on Friday night for a viewing party via a Facebook post: "Thank you all who nominated us for the show," the message said. "And we hope you'll understand when we're busy with a line out the door because 'We're on the TeeVee!.'"

Clementine won't be hosting a live viewing. Instead, the restaurant is having its viewing party on Sunday at 6 p.m. when it will show a recording of the episode. In the days leading up to the premiere, the restaurant is offering an amuse-bouche to diners who order dishes featured on the program.

The footage for the all-Baltimore episode was taped back in August, when Fieri was in Baltimore to open his restaurant at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Tapings were also done at Grano Pasta Bar in Hampden, Slainte in Fells Point and Swallow at the Hollow in Chinquapin Park. The episodes featuring Grano ("Meat in the Middle") and Slainte ("Soup-Centric") have aired. The episode featuring Swallow at the Hollow premieres on Nov. 28.

 

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