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(NEXSTAR/WKRN/FOX 56) — One of the best-known food personalities is spilling his secrets.

Known for his spiked hair and sunglasses, many have put their trust in Guy Fieri when it comes to homestyle cooking, cheap eats, and comfort food. It is estimated that Fieri has visited more than 1,250 restaurants for his popular Food Network television show “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”

The show, which is in its 42nd season, focuses on finding the best local food spots around the country.

After reviewing thousands of restaurants, Mashed, a food news and recipe site, went across the map and compiled a list of their favorite food destinations Fieri visited for his show.

According to Mashed, Fieri’s favorite place to eat in Kentucky is Gralehaus. Located in a century-old Victorian home in Louisville, the “bed and beverage” has become a local favorite.

The small inn with its first-floor cafe offers coffee, juices, and teas as well as seasonal scratch-made, southern-style dishes with a twist. During his visit, Fieri became a fan of the fried bologna sandwich: Haus bologna, aged cheddar, sunny egg, and Crystal Hot Sauce on a brioche bun. The Flavortown food critic said it was “straight-up legit-awesome!”


Gralehaus is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day and is located at 1001 Baxter Ave. in Louisville.

To view a list of Fieri’s favorite food spots in all 50 states, click here.