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Food Network's Fieri filming shows in Duluth, Superior

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A taste of northeastern Minnesota is coming to the Food Network.

Northland's NewsCenter reports the network's hit show, "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," is filming in Duluth and Superior, Wisconsin, this week.

The production crew and the show's host, Guy Fieri, started shooting footage for the reality show Monday at Ganucci's Italian Market in West Duluth, and Shorty's Restaurant in Superior.

"It was pretty exciting, I mean it was pretty fun, especially when he came in," Shorty's owner Brian Noel told Northland's NewsCenter.

Fieri is no stranger to Duluth. The blog Fans of Guy Fieri says the TV host also filmed segments in the city in 2010, featuring such restaurants as the Duluth Grill.

The website Flavortown USA also has a map of the places in Minnesota that Fieri has featured in his show.

There's no word on when the new Duluth and Superior "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" will air.

See the segment Fieri filmed at the Duluth Grill below.

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