Guy Fieri Biography
Guy Fieri”Guy Ramsay Fieri” is an American restaurateur, author, game show host, and also an Emmy Award-winning television personality. He co-owns three restaurants in California, licenses his name to restaurants in New York City and Las Vegas, Nevada, and is famous for his television series “on the Food Network”.
By mid-2010, the series had made him(face of the network). In 2010, The New York Times reported that Fieri brought an “element of rowdy, mass-market culture to American food television”, and that his “prime-time shows attract more male viewers than any others on the network”.
Guy Fieri Age
Guy Ramsay Fieri is an American restaurateur, author, game show host, and an Emmy Award-winning television personality. He was born on 22nd January 1968, in Columbus, OH. He is 51 years old as of 2019.
Guy Fieri Family
He is the son of Penelope Anne”Price” and Lewis James Ferry. He changed his name from Ferry to Giuseppe (his family’s original surname) when he got married in 1995, in honor of his immigrant great-grandfather.
Guy Fieri Wife | Guy Fieri Sons
He is married to his wife, Lori. The couple has two sons, Hunter and Ryder. He collects classic American cars, such as a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle, a 1968 Pontiac Firebird, a 1976 Jeep CJ-5, a 1969 Chevrolet Impala SS, and a 1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup. Fieri lives in Santa Rosa, California, with Wife and sons.
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Guy Fieri Height
He stands at a height of 5feet 10 inches tall(1.78m). He has a weight of 210lbs(85kg). He has blonde hair and brown eye color. His’s body build is average and he belongs to white ethnicity.
Guy Fieri Net Worth
Fieri has an estimated net worth of $8.5 million dollars as of 2019. After more than a decade of being America’s most rambunctious cook. He’s become a household name due to his bleach blonde hair and big personality.
Guy Fieri Flames
Guy Fieri Talks About Flame Prints on the Latest Episode of ‘Sneaker Shopping’
On the latest installment of Sneaker Shopping, The Chef hit Flight Club in Miami to reveal his thoughts on sneakers and clothing decorated with flames.
The food personality notes how he usually bonds with his kids over the latest sneakers and needs to buy shoes in bulk for his family. Being a huge Golden State Warriors fan, Guy also reveals how his kids have received sneakers from both Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. Moving on Guy talks about how he feels about being associated with the flame pattern that has become pervasive in streetwear.
During the shopping section of the video, He picked up two BAPE x Adidas UltraBOOSTs, YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Zebra” and the atmos x Nike Air Max 95.
Guy Fieri Memes
It involves a lot of things:
- Television personality
- Human shot of Fireball whiskey
- Fashion icon.
- The spiky-haired
- Walking Ed Hardy advertisement is one hell of a meme.
Guy Fieri Sayings | Guy Fieri Quotes
Most hilarious food-related quotes and catchphrases In honor of his’s 50th birthday.
- “Holy moly, Stromboli!”
- “We’re takin’ you on a road rockin’ trip down to Flavortown,
- where the gravitational force of bacon warps the laws of space and time.”
- “I wake up in the morning thinking about food.”
- “Peace, love and taco grease!”
- “Some people are just born to cook and talk.”
- “You know what, it might just be a mound of oil-logged
- “Pillsbury crescent dough, but it’s bomb-dot-com tasty, amigo.”
- “[They] make porchetta that you won’t forgetta.”
- “That [deep fryer] looks like the community pool in Flavortown.”
- “His seafood is so fresh it’ll slap ya!”
- “What a hot frisbee of fun!”
- “Dude, I’ve been stricken by chicken!”
- “I could put this on a flip-flop and it would taste good.”
- “I can’t play the guitar, but I can play the griddle.”
Guy Fieri Recipes
- Black Bean and Corn Salad
- Grilled Tequila Garlic Lime Flank Steak.
- Grilled Tuna Burgers with Spicy Mayo.
- Stuffed Double-Cut Pork Loin Chops.
- Dragon’s Breath Chili.
- Trash Can Nachos.
- Mac Daddy Mac n’ Cheese.
- Fully Loaded Baked Potato Soup.
- Chipotle-Mango BBQ Chicken
Guy Fieri Shows
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Guy Fieri Restaurants
The 12 Days of Guy Fieri: A Tour of the Flavortown Restaurant Empire
The host of ‘Triple D’ has restaurants in Las Vegas, Cancun, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Dubai
When he’s not busy shooting one of his Food Network shows or tending to the vines at his acclaimed Russian River Valley winery, Guy Fieri is keeping tabs on his vast international stable of restaurants. Although the celebrity chef is perhaps best known for Johnny Garlic’s, a chain he sold several years ago, and Guy’s American Kitchen + Bar, the critically-dogged Manhattan restaurant that closed last year, Fieri has recently been expanding his dining empire at an impressive clip, spinning off new concepts left and right.
On this, the tenth day of The 12 Days of Guy Fieri, it’s time now to take a tour of the Platinum Prince’s restaurant kingdom.
Guy’s ever-growing restaurant empire
Guy Fieri’s [Insert City] Kitchen + Bar: Although the original New York City location didn’t last too long, the Mayor of Flavortown has had a lot of success bringing this family-friendly bar and grill concept to other cities around the globe. These restaurants serve an amalgam of mostly American comfort foods, like burgers (with donkey sauce!), wings, big-ass salads, overstuffed sandwiches, and Guy’s signature dish, Cajun chicken alfredo pasta.
The “trash can nachos” and “tuna poke won-tacos” are staples of the appetizer menus, but each location also has a few specialties that reflect the local scene. Fieri currently has Kitchen + Bar restaurants in Cancun, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Mt. Pocono, Pretoria, Playa Del Carmen, and the Foxwoods Resort in Connecticut. The Spiky One also recently opened a Kitchen + Bar/movie theater hybrid in Dubai.
Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho: True to its name — which means “Guy Fieri’s the drunken donkey” in Spanish — this restaurant has a sombrero-wearing, cocktail-swigging farm animal as its mascot, and a menu that includes 24 tequilas, 11 margaritas, and four chimichangas. Fieri opened one location at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and another at Harrah’s Laughlin.
Guy Fieri’s Chophouse: This somewhat upscale steakhouse in the Bally’s resort-casino in Atlantic City lacks the visual flair of Fieri’s other restaurants, but it also includes a few items you won’t find anywhere else, like the “java-rubbed rib chop” ($50) and “Guy’s mixed grill big bite” (also $50) .
Guy’s Bar-B-Que Joint: Smoked meat by the pound, plus hot dogs, “Guywiches,” and, of course, those trash can nachos. This restaurant — which, by the way, is inspired by “Guy’s National BBQ Hall of Fame Team, Motley Que” — has locations in both the Baltimore Horseshoe Casino and Bally’s Atlantic City.
Guy’s Smokehouse: What we have here is basically a meatier version of Guy Fieri’s Kitchen + Bar, with locations in both Louisville, Kentucky, and Norfolk, Virginia. The menu features an “andouille brisket meatloaf,” “royal ribs,” and “pit smoked pig wings” (Louisville-only).
Guy’s Pig & Anchor: Fieri’s third barbecue-centric restaurant is a fast-casual operation serving smoked meat and sides like “mac daddy mac and cheese” and “old skool potato salad.” Find it only on the Carnival Breeze, Carnival Dream, Carnival Magic, and Carnival Vista cruise ships.
Chicken Guy!: A new chicken tender-centric fast-casual restaurant in Orlando’s Disney Springs complex. Guy also revamped the menu at the Planet Hollywood restaurant in the open-air dining/shopping/entertainment center last year, and he brought a similar menu to the Planet Hollywood in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
Guy’s Sammich Joint: Burgers, salads, and sandwiches (both cold and hot) served inside the Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. Many of the menu items feature “sammich spread,” which is a mixture of “mayo, mustard, cream cheese, pickled Italian vegetables, and garlic.”
Guy’s Burger Joint: Made-to-order burgers with gonzo toppings, available on the Carnival Breeze, Carnival Conquest, and Carnival Dream cruise ships. Guy also opened spinoffs in the Aeropuerto El Dorado in Bogotá, Colombia, and the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California.