• its just a restaurant. not fine dining so i don't understand why even be critical about it.

  • IF there is one more fucking food pun in the video, I will kill a fucking human kid.

  • ate their the worst ever they wanted to give me free booze all night just to give a positive review…walked out went to Carmins

  • fuk anywon who ant down wit guy feiri you must be a fuking bich not to be taken to falver town by GUY FIERI!

  • Just my opinion. Not well educated on culinary arts, or its history, but I've been following the food movement since it took off as a kid on the foot network. Not for nothing but Guy isn't a gourmet "Guy" lol. DDD wasn't about gourmet food like today's shows are. Nope. Back then it was all about simple down home cooking really. Things like homemade pasta, homemade stock, etc. Cooking fresh was just taking off. But I wouldn't go to a Fieri restaurant expecting anything more than slightly above average. He was more of a celebrity in the industry that was a good vehicle for popularity of the movement in my opinion. But not 5 star. I think he did a good job overall though, if an adult sometimes he can be annoying and immature? But, that's how hes getting younger people interested. And its not enough and never was to push away the older crowd. I think people can be less critical.

  • I ate at his new place in Foxwoods, it was solid for sure but nothing extraordinary and his restaurant is the only one there that charges a 25 percent surcharge for using your players points so consumer beware

  • This is what Americans do best shit on successful hard working people. That guy started from the bottom. WHO IS NEXT? McDonalds taste like shit in made from who the fuck knows in people love it.

  • "A good friend, a great Dad"…follows a script, has a fun show and has earned his culinary props…..remember, he won the show? I am betting that his awesome life and his bank account say a big "phuck you" to the haters….I love the irony!! bwaaaahahahhah!

  • was in NYC last Thanksgiving and made a reservation at this place. The greeter was awful and we had to find someone to let them know we had a reservation to an empty place. They took our party of 4 up stairs and we were seated. We waited over 30 minutes with menu's in our hands. The place looked and felt worse than a Friday's. We looked at some plates on peoples tables and made a quick exit out of the restaurant. With the help of my YELP application signs pointed us to Charlie Palmer's Steak House in Time Square. They made room for us and what an experience!!! Absolutely perfect. From their special Thanksgiving Day menu to the original NY Sirloin! We are going back to NYC for Thanksgiving again. Guess where we will be dinning on Thanksgiving???