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Chef Ramsay visits Trobiano's, an Italian restaurant in Great Neck, N.Y., that is swimming in nearly a half-million dollars debt. When Ramsay confronts the owner about the cleanliness of the kitchen and the tastiness of the food, things do not go well.
Chef Ramsay visits Jack's Waterfront in St. Clair Shores, Mich., which suffers from a lack of fresh seafood and inattentive management. The goal is to make the eatery prosperous year-round, but the general manager's excessive socializing with patrons may s (more…)
Chef Ramsay visits Black Pearl, a seafood restaurant in New York City that has three owners, each running the kitchen in a different manner. This leads to a confused staff and inconsistent food. To add to the problems, one of the owners is resistant to cha (more…)
Chef Ramsay visits Lido di Manhattan Beach, an Italian eatery in Manhattan Beach, Cal. The sight of the kitchen results in Ramsay shutting the place down, and he tries to convey to the young, inexperienced owner that urgent changes are needed.
Chef Ramsay visits Sante La Brea in Los Angeles and finds a financially strapped restaurant owner who isn't respected by his staff. Adding to his troubles are spoiled ingredients and a shortage of customers. Then an incident occurs that results in a visit (more…)
Chef Ramsay visits Classic American in West Babylon, N.Y. The debt-ridden eatery is owned by two former waitresses, and things are so bad in the chaotic kitchen that Ramsay holds an intervention to address leadership and communication problems.