This burger spot in Narragansett, Rhode Island, is so good that Guy Fieri went back for seconds.

American restaurateur, author and television personality Guy Fieri was spotted in Little Rhody recently at the popular Crazy Burger Cafe and Juice Bar. These two have crossed paths before and Fieri is giving Crazy Burger its flowers again.

"Crazy Burger will be closed on Wednesday, September 13th for an exciting reason," the restaurant told online fans as it prepared for its special guest. "We are being filmed for the TV show Triple D Nation. ... We are happy and honored to be included in the show."

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Triple D Nation is a spin-off of Fieri's hugely successful Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. The lively chef will re-visit "the most memorable joints" previously featured in Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to check in on how things are going.

Crazy Burger was featured on Season 8, when Fieri drooled over the Whassupy Burger made with melted Brie cheese and a sesame-fennel-wasabi spice mix.

But honestly, Crazy Burger is so much more than burgers. I favor their breakfast menu, with their mouth-watering items like the Cinnamon Roll French Toast and the Mexi-Burrito.

And here's a pro tip: Visit them now during the off-season. With their location down the street from Narragansett Beach, a line out the door during the summer is common.

Whatever item you choose, expect it to be locally sourced, fresh and comforting.

Keep your eyes peeled for the return of Crazy Burger on the next season of Diners, Drive-In and Dives: Triple D Nation.

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