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Guy Fieri Defends His Awful Restaurant From ‘New York Times’ Meanypants Pete Wells

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By HVnews on November 15, 2012

If you haven’t read The New York Timesreview of celeb chef Guy Fieri’s 500-seat Times Square behemoth, do yourself a favor and see what all the buzz is about.

Pete Wells’ scathing takedown of Fieri’s entire menu is written all in questions, such as “when we hear the words Donkey Sauce, which part of the donkey are we supposed to think about?,” and prompted the restaurateur to take a red-eye to New York, take off his stupid sunglasses and make an appearance on Today.

It’s good that he did, because we finally know the truth about “what’s really going on,” i.e., the hidden agenda driving schmucks like Wells to tell New Yorkers who like food what food is good and what food is bad.

He also notes that Wells, dining editor at the most well-respected newspaper on the planet, was “trying to make a name for himself.” OK, Guy.

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