Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Guy Fieri on "Live!" this Friday, plus more from Restaurant Radio

Guy Fieri is set to be Kelly's co-host on Live! with Regis Guy and Kelly, Friday, October 8, 2010. For more, visit the show's website,

The show is taped at studios located on the corner of 67th Street and Columbus Avenue in New York, NY. Audience ticket information is at You can follow "Live!" on Twitter @Regis_and_Kelly or find them on Facebook.

Also in our Upcoming Events, Guy Fieri is scheduled to make an appearance for a "Knife Signing" at Dillard’s NorthEast Mall in Hurst, TX, introducing new additions to the Knuckle Sandwich line of knives by Ergo Chef.
Friday, Nov. 5th - 4:30 pm-6:00 pm

Last weekend, Restaurant Radio w/Dane & Tom interviewed Guy Fieri, a few restaurant owners from Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, and crew from Johnny Garlics in Santa Rosa. Here are a few excerpts:

Guy Fieri - click here to listen

with Guy & Gorilla Rich - click here to listen

Stretch from Kansas City and Panini Pete from Fairhope AL - click here to listen

Top Gun Chef Johnny Garlics and Tex Wasabi's Corp Chef Davin Vculek - click here to listen

Food Radio star Marcy Smothers - click here to listen

Guy on Restaurant Radio LIVE from Johnny Garlics w/Dane and Tom and Gorilla Rich talking love 4 muscle cars and the people workin' the food biz - click here to listen

More segments from their time at Johnny Garlic's plus more talk about all things Diners, Drive-ins and Dives are scheduled for Restaurant Radio's show this weekend. You can follow @restaurantradio on Twitter, find them on Facebook, or visit their website at

Also, Guy Fieri met up with Talk Sporty To Me in Seattle after a Tailgate Warriors shoot. She and Guy ... talked sports! From @TalkSportyToMe on Twitter, @chefguyfieri on talking sporty Check it out and get your conversation starters for the week. Click here to read part 1 of what Guy had to say about being a fan of sports, and click here for a second installment.

Related Posts:
Restaurant Radio interviews Guy Fieri at Johnny Garlic's
"Tailgate Warriors" in Seattle
Guy Fieri's knives now at Dillard's, more to come

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think this guy "Guy" is great. I look forward to DDD all the time. I think that he definitely missed the mark on Long Island, but I am not sad. I like having my favorite places without huge lines. The Pit Stop???????????? I don't know... He has hit a whole bunch of Home Runs in my eyes, but the pit stop, I don't know about that one. I might have to give it a try, I live in the area for 45 years and although it hasn't been around long, I have never heard anything about it (good or bad).