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Reader: Fat Sully's needs to slice Guy Fieri's name off the menu!

When Fat Sully's opens its walk-up window on South Broadway tomorrow, one of the pizzas it will be offering will be the "Guy Fieri," after the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives star who stopped by the original Fat Sully's at the Atomic Cowboy a few weeks ago. "We made him a slice topped with sausage, mushrooms, feta, banana peppers and basil, and he told us that it was one of the top five slices of pizza he'd ever had," chef Jonathan Larsen told Lori Midson.

But will anyone order a pizza named after this guy?

See also: - Get your "Guy Fieri" slice at Fat Sully's, opening Thursday - Five reasons why Guy Fieri should drive to Douchebagistan and never come back - Love him, or hate him, Guy Fieri is prancing around Denver

Says Jevan:

Fat Sully's has great pizza, but they need to drop this guys name from their pizza line-up.
And Sean offers this:
I like to think that Guy Fieri is an extremely dedicated performance artist and these last several years have been one long-form comedy piece
What do you think of Guy Fieri? More of the point, what do you think of Fat Sully's? The new spot will open its window tomorrow at 4 p.m., and hand out free pizza, with more freebies through the weekend. On Monday, the spot will open for its regular business hours: 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily.

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