Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Remember Guy Fieri's Times Square-located "restaurant," Guy's American Kitchen and Bar—the one that was absolutely savaged by the New York Times to such a degree that they removed menu items?
Well, it appears that Fieri didn't purchase the domain name, guysamericankitchenandbar.com — so someone else did, and created a menu full of insane(ly hilarious) menu items. Care for an appetizer?
And if Guy's Big Balls weren't enough to sate your appetite, consider one (or more! This is America, after all!) of the entrees below:
My personal favorite: "The Panamania!," a deep-fried snake with a picture of David Lee Roth stapled to it and a sparkler in each eye; served, of course, with a Bud Light that must be wrung out of a Hawaiian shirt.
Apparently, New York City-based programmer Bryan Mytko is claiming responsibility for this work of genius:
Guy Fieri didn't register his restaurant's domain name, so I picked it up. I think this new menu look greatguysamericankitchenandbar.com— Bryan Mytko (@BryanMytko) February 19, 2013
Well done, Bryan. Go look at his hilarious website—quickly!—before the bleached hedgehog that resides upon Guy Fieri's head orders him to pull it down.
Tags: guy's american kitchen and bar , guy fieri , new york times , parody websites , false menus , real american heroes