We live in an age when chefs have become rock stars (and, in some cases, rock stars have become chefs). And there’s no better example than Californian celeb chef Guy Fieri, who has walked onto the greatest restaurant stage of them all: New York City. His restaurant, a fist pump from Times Square, is a culinary power chord, with arena-rock-friendly dishes designed to appeal to the food TV-obsessed masses. While his animated looks and populist spirit set Fieri up as easy to dismiss, the food at Guy’s can — like a hit song — catch on. The super crispy Vegas fries, coated in a buffalo sauce, are addictive. Sashimi tacos could use a little less sweet soy sauce but are otherwise quite satisfying, and the pretzel-encrusted chicken tenders give new life to a well-worn dish. There’s a large cocktail selection, including a very good spicy margarita and a coffee-infused martini. And hope that the lights aren’t turned on before one last encore: the deep-fried ice cream.