The podcast about chain restaurants. Comedians Mike Mitchell and Nick Wiger review fast food/sit-down chains and generally argue about food/everything.
Aaron Mook • Erie Reader • Dec 15, 2021
"As with all great podcasts, only about half of any given Doughboys episode is actually about the restaurant they're reviewing. Mitchell and Wiger become increasingly antagonistic toward one another as the show goes on, resulting in increasingly hilarious and personal jabs."
Domenic Marinelli • Guilty Eats • Sep 6, 2021
"I don’t know which of these two would be the crème brûlée, but they are indeed hilarious and they talk about a massive subject of importance to foodies the world over. Just try not to listen with your mouths full; these two will have you laughing in stitches soon after they get rolling."
Nicole Gallucci • Mashable • Jul 16, 2020
"If you love talking about food, thinking about food, learning about food, and can often be found watching The Food Network, you need the Doughboys podcast in your life. In addition to delightful food banter and hilarious recurring segments, each episode also features a comedy or celebrity guest."
Sean Malin • Vulture • Jul 31, 2019
"From its first episode in May 2015, “Chili’s With Eva Anderson,” Doughboys was a propulsive joke laboratory for its hungry co-hosts. Still, while the hosts bill themselves as “fast-food connoisseurs,” real hostility or snootiness were never intended to be part of their shtick. Rather, as they signaled to Anderson during the first episode, the show is a celebration of its guests, and it relies on their willingness to get real about their relationships with food."
Tiffany FR • Food Republic • Oct 10, 2017
"The weekly podcast elicits a mixture of feelings, from celebration to self-loathing, similar to gorging on Endless Apps at the local TGI Friday’s."