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Parody website pops up for Guy Fieri’s infamous NYC restaurant

For those who like to rip into Guy Fieri, the spiky-haired Food Network star's New York City restaurant is like the comedy gift that keeps on giving.

Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar in Times Square infamously received a scathing review in the New York Times for its subpar food and decor, which then went viral and even led to an unaired, but rehearsed, Weekend Update segment on Saturday Night Live.

Now, GuysAmericanKitchenandBar.com, a website with a fake menu for the low rated eatery, is making the rounds on the Internet, according to Eater. The real site for Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar is GuysAmerican.com.          

Among the highlights of the parody menu is the Superbowl Bash Bro’det: “A bidet jammed to the brim with bubbling, overflowing Velveeta over a hidden layer of hamburger-fisted pig skins and a generous sprinkling of Dirt South Couch Crumbs. The bidet is an MP3 player that plays Smash Mouth while you eat.”  

Another item on the fake menu is “Guy’s Big Balls,” which are described as “two 4-pound Rice-A-Roni crusted mozzarella balls endangered with shaved lamb and pork and blasted with Guy’s signature Cadillac Cream sauce.”

Claiming responsibility for the spoof is programmer Bryan Mytko.

“Guy Fieri didn't register his restaurant's domain name, so I picked it up. I think this new menu look great,” Mytko tweeted on Tuesday. However, it is worth noting that, apparently, many of the jokes were taken from other Twitter users without their knowledge.  

So far Fieri has been mum on the fake menu, and his representative has not responded to questions from FoxNews.com. 

Fieri’s restaurant isn't the only restaurant to recently come under attack.  On Monday, hackers breached the Twitter account of Burger King, posting obscene messages and changing its profile picture to a McDonald's logo.

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