Rock star Guy Fieri's son is making a name for himself

It's no secret that this man is a legend in North Dakota. When Guy Fieri decides to come to your town and take a scroll through your local restaurants, the excitement is overwhelming. Imagine having your own place, and this superstar comes in to try out some of your recipes. So what happens when he brings a film crew with him? Instant stardom pretty much.

His persona is electric

People flock around Guy for his genuine and humble personality. A couple of years ago he paid a visit to the Fargo-Moorhead area. His goal was simple, to showcase several places. When your cafe makes it on the Food Network it immediately proplels you to stardom. Fieri's show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" focused on Nichole's Fine Pastry and Cafe. With his flair of making people feel comfortable, Guy delighted everyone. One social media post summed it up perfectly - According to bringmethenews.com ""This was such an incredible experience and we can’t wait for you to hear what Guy has to say about some of Nichole’s famous treats and eats!"

Like father like son

Like most son's, they want to floow in their father's footsteps. That's what Hunter Fieri is striding towards. This 25-year old is no stranger to Guy's show. He ontroduced his first solo project last year, and just like his dad he went to North Dakota to pursue it. People.com reported he "... traveled to a farm in North Dakota to film a mini-documentery on how ZENB makes their yellow pea pasta for a partnership he has with the plant-based brand"

Hunter shows the same genuine entusiasm for what he does

"It's my first time really going out there by myself and believing in something and getting after it," he relayed to people.com. The world is a better place with another Fieri in it!


 

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