The Truth About Chase Davis From Guy's Chance Of A Lifetime

The always-interesting Guy Fieri is once again up to what he does best: making entertaining television. His latest show "Guy's Chance of a Lifetime" pits seven chefs against each other in a series of restaurant-related challenges for the chance at winning the ultimate prize: a job at one of Fieri's Chicken Guy franchises (via Food Network). One contestant, Chase Davis, may already be a familiar face to Atlanta residents who know the city's bustling food scene.

Apparently, Davis is no stranger to cooking competitions. The chef used to have breakfast-making challenges with his buddies as a child, according to an interview he did with Voyage ATL. The chef also explained that during high school, he attended Rockdale Career Academy's culinary program, and eventually went on to earn a bachelor's in food and nutrition science from South Carolina State University. Davis served as a sous chef at a country club, according to the interview, before launching the business where he has made quite a reputation for himself in A-Town.

Chase Davis' food truck serves up some creative kabobs

If any of the competitions in "Guy's Chance of a Lifetime" center on running a successful business, Chase Davis just may have an edge. Davis runs King Kabob, an Atlanta-based food truck that has earned some impressive distinctions. According to its website, King Kabob was awarded Creative Loafing's Best Food Truck in Atlanta in 2017, 2018, and 2019. A look over the menu provides some mouthwatering clues on why this food truck is so popular.

King Kabob isn't just hocking your standard street meat; the food truck sells a variety of inspired creations. Whether you're in the mood for something savory like the Low Country Boil Kabob combining shrimp, turkey andouille sausage, corn, and red potatoes, or something sweet like a French Toast Kabob complete with strawberries, syrup, and powdered sugar, you can find it at King Kabob. We certainly know Davis can make a mean dish on a stick, but if you want to see how he holds up under Fieri's watch, you'll have to tune into the show.

"Guy's Chance of a Lifetime" premieres on the Food Network Sunday, January 2 at 9/8 Central.