At GuysAmericanKitchenandBar.com, they’re serving up “two jumbo Big Gulp Slurpee cups filled with nacho cheese and tied to each other with 25 bacon strips fashioned into a giant bow.” If you’re among the fans of this and other generously portioned culinary delights, tough luck — the website is a parody.
Guy Fieri, the famed Food Network personality best known for bringing down-home American food to the television masses with his show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, owns a restaurant called Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar in New York City. Unfortunately for him, however, he doesn’t own the domain name.
Instead, GuysAmericanKitchenAndBar.com was snapped up by Bryan Mytko, an NYC-based programmer who decided to have a little fun with the eatery’s new (albeit, imaginary) menu.
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
But rather than serving up the restaurant’s tamer sounding appetizers and entrées — including “Sashimi Tacos” and “BBQ Buffalo Meatloaf” — Mytko’s menu features outlandish meals, some of which we’ve listed below for your reading pleasure:
- Honky-Tonky Double Barrel Meat Loaded Blast: “A Sammy Hagar lookalike pushes your face into a leather bag filled with oil and if you eat the whole thing, you get to eat a 13 pound burger.”
- The “Hobo Lobo Bordello Slam Jam” Appetizer: “We take a 38 oz of super-saddened, Cheez-gutted wolf meat, lambast it with honey pickle wasabi and pile drive it into an Ed Hardy-designed bucket. Sprayed with Axe and finished with a demiglaze of thick & funky Mushroom Dribblins.”
- Panamania!: “Deep fried snake with a printed out picture of David Lee Roth stapled on it and a sparkler sticking out of each eye. Served with a side of Bud Light you have to wring out of a Hawaiian shirt.”
Mytko’s parody site recalls the awesomely bad review of American Kitchen and Bar from New York Times food critic Pete Wells. In the viral review, Wells writes almost entirely in rhetorical questions, lambasting everything about the restaurant.
Do you think Guy Fieri should try to acquire the GuysAmericanKitchenandBar.com domain name, and end the parody? Give us your take, below.