Earlier this week Guy Fieri, the Demon Barber of Flavortown, flung open the doors to his newest foodatorium, Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar. There were no survivors.
Eater published the full menu (with prices) on Monday. The bill of fare is packed with eerie, evocative lines ("We have built this salad in a crown of prosciutto-wrapped smoked provolone") and sprinkled with a liberal dusting of exclamation points ("We have built this salad in a crown of prosciutto-wrapped smoked provolone!").
At times, the menu appears to be warning prospective customers about itself. "These wings are certainly not for the faint of heart & should probably be illegal," it cautions of "Fireball Whiskey Wings," which it continues to advertise despite the fact they should probably be illegal.
Fireball Whiskey Wings ($14)
These wings are certainly not for the faint of heart & should probably be illegal. Classic buffalo sauce + fireball whiskey meet to ignite a flavor explosion of epic proportions. Try Guy's blue-sabi sauce to put out the fire!
"The Off-Da-Hook Original Smash Burger," it panics, will "leave you in a food coma!"
The Off-Da-Hook Original Smash Burger ($16)
This burger is money! Crunchy righteous rojo rings, LTOP + the kicker- Guy's bourbon brown sugar BBQ sauce is sandwiched between a toasted brioche bun. It'll leave you in a food coma!
The restaurant's cheesecake offering, described as "a huge mountain of cheesecake," is identified BY NAME as a "challenge."
Guy's Cheesecake Challenge ($12)
A huge mountain of cheesecake topped with potato chips, pretzels + hot fudge.
One of the menu's five strains of wings is served with a marinara sauce that is described as "apocalyptic," with no elaboration.
Parmageddon Wings ($13)
Our breaded chicken parmesan wings + apocalyptic marinara. They might not end the world, but they'll end your hunger!
A sundae ("Fried Ice cream Boulder Sundae," $11) is not a sundae, but "a sundae brouhaha." A burger ("The Mayor of Flavortown Burger," $17) arrives violently smothered under a blanket made of meat ("meat blanket").
There is bread wrapped in meat for you to dip in a warm mixture of meat and cheese. They put tomatoes on it.
Guy-talian Fondue Dippers ($13)
Pepperoni-wrapped breadstick twists served alongside our smoky provolone + sausage cheese dip, topped with fresh tomato bruschetta.
For the complete catalogue of abominations, visit Eater.
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