Guy Fieri didn't register his Times Square Restaurant's domain, so a random person bought it and made a fake website.
Restaurant owners would probably give and arm and a leg to get a spot in Times Square, one of the most highly trafficked places in one of the busiest cities in the world.
Of course, when you disappoint in a place like that, people notice.
Guy Fieri’s not-so-cleverly-named restaurant ‘Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar’ was certainly noticed for this.
A New York Times review sarcastically asks “Did panic grip your soul as you stared into the whirling hypno wheel of the menu, where adjectives and nouns spin in a crazy vortex?” And that was only the start of the review.
Flash forward some months and one man, Bryan Mytko, noticed something else lacking from the restaurant: a website. He jumped on the opportunity, registering the domain guysamericankitchenandbar.com and posting a satirical menu.
On it are cleverly, overly detailed items including some not-so-appetizing choices such as deep fried snake.
One item is certain to become a patron favorite: Guy’s Big Balls.