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Guy Fieri to Unleash Three New Restaurants in Nevada, Baltimore, and Atlantic City

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Here are some more details about kool kulinary dude Guy Fieri's plans to spread his Donkey Sauce to three new restaurants across the land. As previously suspected, Fieri is expanding his partnership with Caesar's Entertainment to open establishments in Baltimore, Atlantic City, and Laughlin, Nevada. The Laughlin location will open inside of the Harrah's, while the Baltimore outpost will open in the Horseshoe Baltimore. Eater Las Vegas notes that he will open a steakhouse at the Bally's Atlantic City while the Laughlin and Baltimore locations will each get restaurants that feature "Guy's most popular dishes" and "regional favorites."

According to a press release, Fieri's Atlantic City steakhouse will be called Guy Fieri's Chophouse at Bally's and will feature a menu with "New Jersey flare." That means dishes like a Jersey tomato salad and Cape May fried flounder. There will also be a bar that "spans the length of the entire restaurant" that will serve California wines, craft beer, and spirits "from a small batch distillery." It's slated to open early this Summer.

So far details about the Baltimore location appear to be quite similar to his recently opened Las Vegas restaurant, Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen and Bar. There will be a menu of "burgers, wings, small bites, and shareable dishes" and diners will also be subject to decor inspired by his tattoos. Plus, there will be "a patio and a restaurant designed to resemble the Food Network star's home kitchen." No details have been revealed yet about the opening dates for Baltimore or Laughlin, or for where the rumored fourth location with a "Mexican theme" will open. Who knows, at this rate, maybe the USA will soon be the USF, the United States of Flavortown.

· The Guy Fieri Flavortown Invasion Continues in Laughlin [Eater Vegas]
· All Guy Fieri Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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