Port Chester restaurant to be featured on celebrity chef Guy Fieri's show
A Port Chester restaurant is set to make its first small screen debut.
The Rinconcito Salvadoreño will cook Salvadoran food on Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."
Co-owner David Sorto and his brother ensured to keep traditional foods alive like their chicken tamales, steak and the signature slow cooked pork pupusa.
The dish Fieri will feature on the show is a corn tortilla with marinated pork and mozzarella cheese served with cold slaw and tomato sauce.
"This show, being about to highlight what we do, people are going to just fall in love with what we serve and working with Guy. He loved it, I think, 'cause he ate the whole thing," Sorto said.
The episode will air on Sept. 8.
Sorto added that being picked as a feature on the show out of all the great eateries in the Westchester County food hub was an honor.