Guy Fieri stops in Bowling Green
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – He didn’t stay in Bowling Green but he did eat like a local.
Guy Fieri sat his camper in Diamond Cavern camp ground but swung through Bowling Green to do a little filming around town. Fieri spent some time at Chaney’s Dairy Barn so News 40 went to talk to Carl Chaney, who owns the farm.
Chaney told News 40 in his interview that he couldn’t say much, but they wanted the ice cream making process on the show. Steven and Cindi Garden of Groovy Gus Mini Donuts said the same thing, telling us they had to sign an NDA.
Both business owners expressed how nice the camera crew and Fieri were, saying they’re the same even when the cameras weren’t rolling. Groovy Gus and the dairy barn said they were very excited to meet the food legend and they were honored to be featured in the show. In a closing statement by Cindi Gardner, she said her overall thought of the experience was that this will be a great thing for Bowling Green.
Bowling Green will pop up on the season 2 return of Guy Fieri’s All American Road Trip on Food Network, episode 1 airing on June 2.