What's blonde, has a chin strap, an insatiable appetite for barbecued meat and is probably pissed he didn't secure this website domain—GuysAmericanKitchenAndBar.com—for his Times Square eatery? Well, Guy Fieri, of course.
A prankster bought the domain and posted a hilarious menu roasting the American Kitchen and Bar's big-and-bold offerings. The mock menu boosts items such as "The Panamania," described as: "Deep fried snake with a printed out picture of David Lee Roth stapled on it and a sparker sticking out of each eye. Served with a side of Bud Light you have to wring out of a Hawaiian shirt." See the rest of the menu's prized offerings here.
This isn't the first time the Times Square eatery has taken a hit. In a scathing food review by The New York Times' critic Pete Wells, entitled "As Not Seen on TV," everything from the restaurant's greasy dishes, small portions, margaritas the color of "nuclear waste," to the gaudy decor was called out. The best part was the review was written entirely in questions to the big man himself.