While you were busy perfecting those bleached spikes for your Mayor of Flavortown costume, the actual Guy Fieri was hard at work on a new restaurant concept, Tequila Cocina.
The street food-inspired eatery, which opened in Boston on Halloween night, has an impressive lineup of latin fare, including guacamole (four varieties!), tacos, and small plates. But here's the real sell: the bar is stocked with over 100 tequilas. There's a dedicated menu with way too many to list outright. But to make your selection a little easier, it's broken down into four categories: blanco, reposado, añejo, and mezcal.
Fieri's 6,000sqft space houses 185 seats and boasts a vibrant design with bright blue walls and custom Dirty Dek murals. Though the chef's impressive portfolio includes 70 more restaurants -- including an a chicken finger chain that boasts 22 dipping sauces -- this marks his first Tequila Cocina, a Big Night Entertainment Group collaboration.