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Flavortown Mayor Guy Fieri Is Now Slinging Over-the-Top Eats in DFW Via a Ghost Kitchen

The delivery-only eatery has landed in Southlake, and yes, there is donkey sauce

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Guy Fieri at a January 2020 event
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Celebrity chef, flame-shirt enthusiast, and undisputed mayor of Flavortown Guy Fieri has officially landed in the DFW area via a new ghost kitchen that’s operating out of a Southlake Italian restaurant.

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen is slinging burgers, wings, and more via the kitchen at Brio Italian Grille at 1431 Plaza Place in Southlake. It’s one of many outposts of Fieri’s ghost kitchen that’s popped up across the country in recent months, joining locations in Austin, Boston, Washington, D.C., and other cities.

The menu for Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen boasts some of the restaurateur and Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives host’s most signature creations, including cheesesteak egg rolls stuffed with “super melty cheese” and served with sriracha ketchup sauce, a “crazy” Cuban sandwich that’s loaded down with ham and pulled pork and finished off with Fieri’s iconic donkey sauce, and spicy chicken wings. Queso, salads, and the “Mac Daddy” mac and cheese are also on the menu. Nothing on the menu is over $15, making it a surprisingly budget-friendly option.

Guy Fieri isn’t the only celebrity to open a ghost kitchen restaurant in DFW recently, either. Back in December, famed YouTuber MrBeast launched a similar concept focused on burgers that’s operating out of a local Buca di Beppo restaurant. Celebrities aren’t the only ones getting in on the ghost kitchen game, either — iconic California burger chain Fatburger also arrived in Dallas last year via a ghost kitchen, and most recently, Jose chef Anastacia Quinones launched a roasted chicken pop-up via a ghost kitchen inside her Park Cities restaurant Jose.

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen is currently operates on a delivery-only basis from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Scope out the full menu and see if you’re within the delivery radius here.

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