One of TVs favorite chefs is bringing his new restaurant brand to Iowa, and it'll be ready to open in May, according to the Des Moines Register.

A New Spot To Grab A Bite

The host of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy Fieri has picked a western Iowa town to host his newest restaurant, Guys Fieri's Kitchen & Bar, which will set up location inside of a casino.

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As the restaurant becomes part of Harrah's in Council Bluffs, the casino is undergoing a $22 million renovation to expand the casino floor, which will add 200 new slot machines and 250 more hotel rooms, the Des Moines Register reports.

For the $4 million restaurant, plans are to build an outdoor patio area that will sit next to the outdoor venue, the Stir Concert Cove.

The Menu

Everything on this menu is huge. To start, five burger options will be found on the menu;

  • Bacon Mac and Cheeseburger
  • Ringer Burger with Onion Ring and Bourbon Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce
  • Kobe Beef with Carmelized Onion Jam and Smoked Gouda
  • Turkey and Veggie options for all of the above.

Most of the burgers will come with Guy's Donkey Sauce - garlic aioli, mayonnaise, mustard, salt, pepper, and Worcestershire.

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Keep an eye out for a few other items, like the Motley Que pulled pork sandwich, the Big Dipper french dip sandwich, and the Hawaiian Huli Chicken Sandwich.

About Guy Fieri's Kitchen & Bar

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The restaurant is under the Caesars Entertainment brand, with the first opening at the Las Vegas casino in 2014, and 75 expansion locations worldwide opening since.

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