Guy Fieri, from Food Network’s “Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives,” has been spotted in El Paso, along with his red Camero.
It is unknown what he is shooting while in town, but here is a look at all the places he has been spotted so far:
Lick It Up, 204 E. Rio Grande Ave.
Video of Fieri outside of Lick It Up circulated on social media on Monday. KTSM reached out to the owners of Lick It Up and Monarch Bar, where the vegan Juarez street food truck is located, and they said they could not contractually speak about a possible visit from the food superstar. If you look closely in their Instagram post from Monday, you can see Fieri autographed their trailer.
Lick It Up owners are also in the process of moving into a permanent restaurant space. They will be holding a fundraiser and launch party on Tuesday, April 2 at Monarch with food specials, bands, and merch for a $ entry fee.
I will like to thank everyone who helped out yesterday and last Sunday and made this happen for LIU/@monarchriogrande. I feel so blessed to be around talented and motivated people who had made our spot into something bigger. LIU, mij@s. @crudaintentions @pinchi_caca_seca @treezypoos @chief_trick @dasaphex @tullamoredewd @stabbyface @stevie.nipslip @chulaaaquilez @missionofdeadsouls @scaredyrat @bacon_bits_69
Kaedama, 204 Boston Ave.
The Ramon Noodle restaurant posted this Instagram post with the Food Network host.
Delight, 502 N. Oregon St.
KTSM viewer Roger Navarro shared this photo of Fieri’s car after he went inside Delight. Navarro said he saw Fieri recording for a segment on the show. Once they went inside the restaurant, Navarro was allowed to snap a photo of the car.
El Paso may not be known as a food town, but maybe Fieri will help us be known as Flavor Town! There is no information when the episode featuring the El Paso restaurants will air or if additional restaurants will be featured.