Somebody Bought The Domain Name For Guy Fieri's Restaurant And Put Up A Ridiculous Fake Menu

The folks at Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen & Bar — you know, the Times Square restaurant that was eviscerated by The New York Times — apparently forgot to buy up domain names related to the brand name.

The real website for Fieri’s restaurant is, however, doesn’t take you to a Fieri-owned website. 

Now someone has put up a funny parody menu of Fieri’s restaurant at the site, loaded with offerings like Captain Beefheart and Football: The Meal.

We realise there are a lot of variations of a domain name that pranksters can hijack, but c’mon man — it doesn’t get any more simple than the actual name of the restaurant.

UPDATE: It appears that programmer Bryan Mytko is the man who snatched up the domain name. Well played, sir.

Here's the menu, via @steveannear:

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