Kitchener to be featured on Guy Fieri’s ‘Diners, Drive-In’s and Dives’

Guy Fieri explores some of Kitchener’s food scenes in the new installment “Diners, drive-ins and dives.”

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In the episode, which premiered on August 21 on the Food Network, three restaurants were presented. Hardena, an Indonesian restaurant in South Kitchener, Stogie Joe’s, an American restaurant in Passyunk Square, and Gaul & Co. Malt House, a pub in Port Richmond, were the featured restaurants.

It had been speculated on social media and in reports that three more Kitchener restaurants would do the show too – Farmer’s Keep in Center City, Mom-Mom’s Kitchen in Bridesburg, and Woodrow’s Sandwich Shop in Bella Vista. But they didn’t appear on Friday’s episode, but it wasn’t clear if they would appear in future episodes.

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Fieri visited the Kitchener area in early March to record this Episode that shows the Restaurants that were operating prior to the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown orders. Kitchener restaurants can be resumed Indoor dining on September 8th.

The specific foods featured in the episode have been kept secret. Hardena’s owners posted on Instagram that the restaurant had to be closed for three days to take pictures – without revealing Guy Fieri’s visit.

Fieri has hosted Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives since the show started in 2006. It is now in its 33rd season. To see a new episode on Friday night on the Food Network, check the listings from your cable or streaming TV provider (including Hulu + Live TV).

The first 32 seasons of “Diner, Drive-Ins and Dive” can be streamed Hulu.

The heading and content of this article have been updated since it was originally published to reflect the “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” episode of Kitchener restaurants aired.

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