Food NetworkGuy Fieri brings his "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" show to Syracuse.

As if we needed proof that Central New York has its share of diners, drive-ins and dives: Food Network host Guy Fieri is bringing his TV show of that name to town this weekend.

The “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” star — famous for his spiky blonde hair and the red 1967 Chevy Camaro convertible he drives — will also be in town for an appearance at the state fair’s Chevy Court at 2 p.m. Wednesday. That show is free with fair admission.

Before that, Fieri and his production crew will profile some local restaurants.

One is Byblos, a Lebanese restaurant at 223 N. Clinton St. (just outside The Post-Standard’s back door).

Word is Fieri will concentrate on Byblos’ Lebanese-style falafel, which was the subject of a 2010 Post-Standard story.

Look for the film crew — and the red convertible — at Byblos on Saturday. Fieri himself is not expected there until Monday.

The show is also reportedly featuring Eva’s European Sweets, at 1305 Milton Ave.

Officially, however, the Food Network isn't talking.

"Unfortunately we don’t confirm shoot locations in advance," said Seth Hyman, Food Network public relations manager.