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Guy Fieri Takes On Fast Food With His New Fried Chicken Chain

Guy Fieri is officially jumping into the fast food business with his newest concept: An empire of affordable fried chicken restaurants.

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Fieri’s new chain is called “Chicken Guy!” and is all about showing off one of America’s favorite foods. The model is pretty similar to a place like Raising Cane’s, since the only poultry cut that will be served out of the restaurant will be tenders. They’ll be repurposed into a variety of items, including salads and sandwiches.

Unlike Cane’s, who has one signature sauce to their name, Fieri will have a whopping 22 options available for anyone to dunk their fries or chicken in. The sauces are as numerous as they are diverse, with flavors ranging from Nashville Hot Honey to Teriyaki and even Cumin Lime Mojo. For those wondering, Guido’s signature Donkey Sauce will be an option as well.

You can pair the tenders with sides like mac & cheese and fried pickles, and finish things off with desserts that include a bowl of soft serve topped with various types of cereal.

While most celebrity chefs tend to charge big bucks for their food, Fieri could challenge McDonald’s with the prices he’s running at Chicken Guy! None of the items on the menu will cost more than 9 bucks, making them all affordable options so that anyone can get in on his tenders.

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It’s unclear just how fast America’s culinary hypeman plans to spread his new fried chicken concept around the nation. What we do know, though, is that the flagship location is now open at Disney World’s Disney Springs district. Chicken Guy! plans to set up several more across the country, potentially even rivaling the size of Cane’s or Zaxby’s one day.

(UPDATE 8/3/2018): With Chicken Guy! officially opening today, they’ve released their full menu with pricings to the public. If you’re at Disneyworld and want to check the flagship restaurant out, here’s what you can expect to find at their respective costs: