Air date, viewing party changed for Waddell’s appearance on Guy Fieri’s ‘Triple D Nation’
Wed., Aug. 15, 2018
Waddell’s Pub and Grille is now scheduled to appear on Guy Fieri’s new “Triple D Nation” in mid-September.
According to Waddell’s Facebook events page for the party, the brewpub is slated to be featured on the episode airing on Food Network at 9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 14.
The viewing party starts at 5 p.m.
It was originally planned for Friday, Aug. 17.
“Triple D Nation” features Fieri returning to some of his all-time favorite spots from “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Chefs and restaurateurs share what’s new since they last appeared on the show. Episodes take Fieri from Chicago to Denver, Seattle and more.
Fieri recently traveled through the Inland Northwest, revisiting some of the spots where he filmed eight years ago, including Capone’s in North Idaho and Waddell’s in Spokane and more.
Waddell’s is known for its beers, burgers and generous portions. During his 2010 visit, Fieri “demolished” – with an exclamation point, according to the pub’s website – the “Lamb-Strosity,” which features Alligator Stout-braised lamb, Cougar Gold cheese, mayo, a hoagie roll and au jus.
Fieri, 50, won the second season of “Food Network Star” in 2006 – and the prize of a six-episode show of his own: “Guy’s Big Bite.” He’s also since starred in “Guy’s Grocery Games,” “Guy’s Big Project,” “Guy’s Ranch Kitchen” and “Guy’s Family Road Trip” along with “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and now “Triple D Nation.”
Waddell’s is at 4318 S. Regal St. in Spokane. The
viewing party features specials on pub grub, such as the Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich and Pop Rockin’ Chicken Wings, along with Waddell’s craft beers.
Call (509) 443-6500. On the web: waddellspubandgrill.com. The viewing party invite is on Facebook.
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