Dallas can get wings and things from Guy Fieri at new ghost kitchen
DFW guests can now take part in the rib sticking food from celebrity chef Guy Fieri: The Food Network star has opened a ghost kitchen concept in Dallas-Fort Worth with one location in Southlake and others in Frisco and Dallas.
Called Guy Fieris Flavortown KitchenIt’s a delivery-only restaurant with Fieri’s “real-deal flavors,” from Bourbon Brown Sugar BBQ Wings to its “award-winning” Mac N Cheese Burger.
Fieri has partnered with Earl Enterprises, which owns a number of chains including Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo, Bertuccis, Earl of Sandwich, Chicken Guy !, Brio Italian Grille, and Bravo Italian Kitchen.
He introduced the concept in a number of cities such as Boston.
In the DFW area, Flavortown Kitchen works from Brio Italian Grille at 1431 Plaza Pl. In Southlake with Buca di Beppo locations in Park Lane near the NorthPark Center and in Frisco near the Stonebriar Mall in the starting blocks.
You can’t go out to eat and unfortunately you won’t see Guy. According to a company representative, you must live within 10 miles of the location to receive delivery.
The menu consists of prototypical guy food including
Buffalo Wings served with “Blue-Sabi”, also known as Blue Cheese & Wasabi Dip
Jalapeño poppers wrapped in bacon
Burger topped with mac & cheese
Cheesesteak egg rolls
Cuban sandwich with smoked pork, ham, Swiss cheese, cucumber, mustard and his typical donkey sauce on a pressed hoagie, served with crispy potato sticks
Chicken “Parm-Eroni” with chicken, mozzarella, provolone, pepperoni-red sauce, crispy pepperoni-hay, parmesan and spaghetti
A queso dip consists of pepperjack cheese, “super melty cheese”, corn, poblanos, bacon, spring onions and jalapeño and is served with corn tortillas.
There are also salads, seared pickles with ranch dip, and desserts that feature a towering chocolate whiskey cake. It all sounds pretty good to be honest.
You can order online. There is a flat shipping fee of $ 5 and the current delivery time estimate is 18 minutes.
DFW isn’t the only place in Texas you can find Guy: At the same time, he opened a ghost kitchen in Austin from the Buca di Beppo at 3612 Tudor Blvd.