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Season 1

  • S01E01 Peter's

    • September 19, 2007

    Gordon Ramsay visits a family-run Italian restaurant in Babylon, NY that's being run into the ground by Peter, the hot-tempered manger and co-owner.

  • S01E02 Dillon's

    • September 26, 2007

    Chef Gordon Ramsay is hitting the big city in an attempt to revamp an Indian restaurant called Dillon's and make it one of the hottest venues in town. Ironically Dillon's is located right near Chef Gordon Ramsay's own restaurant.

  • S01E03 The Mixing Bowl

    • October 3, 2007

    Ramsay takes a trip to The Mixing Bowl, a small restaurant in Bellmore, NY. He looks to turn around this restaurant which has inexperienced staff and special discounts as the restaurants specialty.

  • S01E04 Seascape

    • October 10, 2007

    Chef Gordon Ramsay visits Seascape, a mother and son run restaurant located in Islip, NY. Ramsay must work together with a hard-headed chef, along with an inexperienced owner, to make some much needed changes to bring the customers back and to save the mother and son relationship.

  • S01E05 Olde Stone Mill

    • October 17, 2007

    Chef Gordon Ramsay takes on the challenge of helping Dean and his wife out by attempting to turn around the Olde Stone Mill restaurant located in Tuckahoe, New York. The restaurant has been renovated in the front of the house, but not in the kitchen when it comes to the horrible food.

  • S01E06 Sebastian's

    • November 7, 2007

    Chef Ramsay takes on the challenge of turning a pizza restaurant in Burbank, California, called Sebastian's, into a pleasurable place to dine at. Sebastian's serves frozen food from a complicated menu and the wait staff is always auditioning for their next big role.

  • S01E07 Finn McCool's

    • November 14, 2007

    Chef Ramsay helps a family in the Hamptons with their pub, Finn McCools. Retired cop Buddy, fights with sons Jason and Brian, both of whom work for their father. Can Chef Ramsay work his magic on this family owned business before it goes belly up?

  • S01E08 Lela's

    • November 21, 2007

    Chef Ramsay tries to rev up business for Lela's, an upscale restaurant in desperate need of clientele. When Gordon gets in the kitchen and starts criticizing the menu items, the executive chef is less than thrilled and they have a showdown in front of the entire staff. Find out if the changes stick and if owner Lela will withstand this type of behaviour in her restaurant.

  • S01E09 Campania

    • November 28, 2007

    Chef Ramsay visits Campania, an Italian restaurant in Fair Lawn, N.J. He discovers a lackadaisical wait staff is hurting business.

  • S01E10 Secret Garden

    • December 12, 2007

    Gordon goes to Moorpark, CA to assist an obstinate French chef in overcoming an empty restaurant with an off-putting decor.

  • S01E11 Revisited: Gordon Returns

    • September 4, 2008

    In this special two hour season premiere, Chef Gordon Ramsay wants to see if all of his hard work paid off, when he returns to check up on six of the failing restaurants he helped turn around.

  • S01E12 Handlebar

    • September 11, 2008

    Chef Ramsay heads to Mount Sinai, NY, and the Handlebar Restaurant & Lounge, which the owners seem oblivious to the 1880's decor and the head chef's apathy.

  • S01E13 Giuseppi's

    • September 18, 2008

    Chef Ramsay visits Giuseppi's Italian restaurant in Macomb Township, Mich., and discovers an abundance of bickering from the father-son team that runs the kitchen and a shortage of patrons.

  • S01E14 Trobiano's

    • September 25, 2008

    Chef Gordan Ramsey visits an Italian restaurant in Great Neck, New York, that is a half-million dollars in debt, but a confrontation over kitchen cleanliness and the food between Ramsey and the owner leaves the future of the eatery uncertain.

  • S01E15 Black Pearl

    • September 25, 2008

    Chef Gordon Ramsey visits a seafood restaurant in New York where three different owners run the kitchen, leading to a lack of consistency in food and service, and one of the owners is a "know-it-all," challenging each of Ramsey's changes.

  • S01E16 J Willy's

    • October 30, 2008

    Chef Ramsey heads to South Bend, Ind., and J Willy's Bar & Grille, a business has lost $1.2 million. He gives them a challenge of using fresh ingredients, but the inexperienced chefs become overwhelmed, causing one customer to break down and cry.

  • S01E17 Hannah & Mason's

    • November 6, 2008

    Chef Ramsey heads to Cranbury, NJ, to visit a French bistro named Hannah & Mason, owned by a pair of friends who lack both business experience and motivation. The staff are holding bounced paychecks, but that isn't as bad as what chef Ramsey finds inside the cooler which causes the place to be shut down on Valentine's Day.

  • S01E18 Jack's Waterfront

    • November 6, 2008

    Chef Ramsey heads to St. Clair Shores, Michigan, to visit Jack's Waterfront, which is suffering from a lack of fresh seafood and an inattentive management. Chef's goal is to make this eatery a year-round money maker, but the general manager's excessive socializing with his patrons may put a roadblock in this plan.

  • S01E19 Sabatiello's

    • November 13, 2008

    Chef Ramsey visits Stamford, Conn. and Sabatiello's, an Italian restaurant which is owned by a hot-tempered and has poor customer service. His staff has turned against the owner and Ramsey's offer of criticism, that he decides he will shut the place down himself.

  • S01E20 Fiesta Sunrise

    • November 13, 2008

    Chef Ramsey heads to West Nyack, N.Y. and the Fiesta Sunrise, a Mexican restaurant, and meets up with a stubborn owner who seems to be ruining his own business. Ramsey gives the place an inspection and shuts the place down, declaring it is unsanitary.

  • S01E21 Sante La Brea

    • November 20, 2008

    Chef Ramsey treks to Los Angeles and the Santa La Brea restaurant and finds that the owner is financially strapped and gets no respect from his staff. To make things worse he has spoiled ingredients and very few customers. Then the police arrive for an incident.

  • S01E22 Cafe 36

    • January 15, 2009

    The season 2 finale finds Chef Ramsey visiting a French-American eatery in La Grange, Illinois, named Cafe 36. The owners have very little experience in running a restaurant and need a hand with their shortage of customers and the head chef, who doesn't practice quality control.

Season 2

  • S02E01 Hot Potato Café

    • January 29, 2010

    Philadelphia is known as "The City of Brotherly Love," but one restaurant, the Hot Potato Cafe, is tearing a family apart. Passion, motivation and spirit fueled the restaurant when it was founded two years ago, but all of these mandatory ingredients are now in short supply.

  • S02E02 Flamangos

    • February 2, 2010

    When Chef Ramsay visits Flamangos in Whitehouse Station, NJ, he feels like he's stepped back in time and into the rainforest. This family-run restaurant is in desperate need of a total overhaul, and with one of the owners stuck in the past and resistant to change, it's nearly impossible for Ramsay to make any improvements.

  • S02E03 Bazzini

    • February 5, 2010

    Chef Gordon Ramsay takes on Bazzini Cafe, an Italian restaurant in Ridgewood, NJ, that struggles with slow service, poorly crafted dishes, a lackluster sous chef and a disappointing head chef.

  • S02E04 Mojitos

    • February 25, 2010

    Chef Ramsay visits a Cuban restaurant in Brooklyn, NY. Owners Marcelo and Kata, former husband and wife, fight about everything. After moving to Brooklyn and getting married Kata and Marcello wanted to pursue their dream of opening a Cuban Cafe. Seven years ago Kata and Marcelo fell in love, got married and decided to open up a fast food style Cuban cafeteria. Kata and Marcelo are both from Columbia.

  • S02E05 Lido di Manhattan Beach

    • March 4, 2010

    Chef Ramsay visits a Lido Di Manhattan Beach in Manhattan Beach, CA. Lisa Hemmat grew up in and around the food service industry and inherited the entrepreneurial spirit from her parents. Shortly after graduating with a business degree from USC Marshall School of Business she secured a loan (with her parents as co-signers) and purchased Lido Di Manhattan in June of 2004, at the ripe old age of 23. Having been left with a strong staff, including a veteran cook in the kitchen, Lisa felt secure and confident in her decision to become the next great Los Angeles restaurateur. Five years later, Lisa is struggling to pay her bills and has come to the harsh realization that she is barely making ends meet. Chef Ramsay gives Lisa a lesson in restaurant business 101.

  • S02E06 Le Bistro

    • March 11, 2010

    Chef Ramsay travels to sunny South Florida, where he encounters a dreary situation. Le Bistro, a small French restaurant, is barely surviving, and the head chef, Andy, has no idea why. He doesn't believe there is anything wrong with the food, service or dining experience. When Chef Ramsay finds out that he and Chef Andy share similar culinary training, he is in disbelief. Can Ramsay cook up a plan that will get through to the stubborn chef and revive this sinking ship?

  • S02E07 Casa Roma

    • March 12, 2010

    Chef Ramsay heads to Lancaster, California to help out an Italian restaurant called in Casa Roma. The owners are clueless when it comes to getting people in the restaurant and how to help manage the kitchen. The restaurant is merely surviving on the packed bar area.

  • S02E08 Mama Rita's

    • March 19, 2010

    Chef Ramsay helps a woman with her struggling Mexican restaurant that is facing foreclosure.

  • S02E09 Anna Vincenzo's

    • March 26, 2010

    Gordon tries to give some constructive criticism but it gets thrown right back in his face. Will he be able to take it?

  • S02E10 Revisited #2

    • April 9, 2010

    Chef Ramsay comes back to Sante La Brea and Giuseppi's to see if they have improved or not. He also takes a look at some of his noteworthy kitchen fights over that time.

  • S02E11 Fleming

    • May 7, 2010

    Gordon Ramsay heads to Florida to help the owners of Fleming, a Danish restaurant in Miami, Florida. The husband and wife team bought the business eight years ago in the hope of continuing the place's success, but started losing money rapidly. With a Cuban chef cooking Nordic cuisine and a filthy kitchen, things go from bad to worse until it all comes to a head on relaunch night.

  • S02E12 Sushi Ko

    • May 14, 2010

    Chef Ramsay visits Sushi Ko in Thousand Oaks, Cal., a failing second location of a family-owned eatery. Problems include debt, a breakdown of the family dynamic, and a relative who has lost his passion for cooking.

  • S02E13 Revisited #1

    • May 21, 2010

    Chef Ramsay revisits Handlebar (Long Island), Casa Roma (Lancaster) and Black Pearl (New York).

Season 3

  • S03E01 Spanish Pavillion

    • January 21, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits Spanish Pavillion in Harrison, NJ, a family-run business established in 1976 whose owners, brothers Michael and Jerry, have allowed their differences to compromise the quality of the restaurant. With a head chef consistently absent from the kitchen and an unhappy staff, Chef Ramsay is determined to transform the outdated ambiance and menu in order to keep the family business afloat.

  • S03E02 Classic American

    • January 28, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits Classic American in suburban West Babylon, NY, a restaurant struggling to make ends meet with mounting debt and whose two inexperienced owners are fighting to keep their American dream alive. Owners Colleen and Naomi, former waitresses at Classic American, purchased the restaurant years ago, but their lack of business experience proves to be too much for the business to handle. Chef Ramsay has his hands full with a disorganized staff and a disappointing menu, but after observing dinner service, he realizes the restaurant's problems are rooted in the lack of leadership and communication in the kitchen. In the most emotional Kitchen Nightmares episode to date, Chef Ramsay is forced to stage an intervention with the staff and help the restaurant find its way with a modern spin on classic American fare. Find out if better communication and a new menu will be enough to keep the restaurant's doors open.

  • S03E03 PJ's Steakhouse

    • February 4, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits PJ's Steakhouse in Queens, NY, determined to breathe new life and energy into the establishment. Husband-and-wife owners Joe and Madalyn have given up their home and belongings in order to preserve the memory of Joe's beloved brother, PJ, but the restaurant's inconsistent food, lackluster service, and uncooperative chef may prove to be too much a labor of love. Ramsay steps in to evaluate the restaurant's hospitality and food quality, but he makes startling discoveries within the restaurant's operations that force him to make tough changes. He gives the owners and chef one last chance to turn things around, but will a revamped menu and fresh professional outlook be enough to save PJ's Steakhouse?

  • S03E04 Revisited #1

    • February 11, 2011

    Over the years, Chef Gordon Ramsay has helped numerous restaurant owners get back on their feet by laying the groundwork for their failing restaurants to succeed. It's been a while since Chef Ramsay first paid a visit to these restaurants, so he decides to check in with some of the restaurant owners he has helped in the past and find out if his advice has been put to good use. Find out if he will be pleased with the restaurants' progress or if he will find even more problems than before.

  • S03E05 Grasshopper Also

    • February 18, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits Carlstadt, NJ, restaurant Grasshopper. Find out if Chef Ramsay will be able to turn the restaurant around or if it will be forced to close its doors forever.

  • S03E06 Davide

    • February 25, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits Davide, a restaurant in Boston, MA. Find out if he will be able to turn the restaurant around or if it will be forced to close its doors forever.

  • S03E07 Down City

    • March 11, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits DownCity, a restaurant in Providence, RI. Find out if his attempt to turn the restaurant around will be enough to keep its doors open.

  • S03E08 Revisited #2

    • March 18, 2011

    Over the years, Chef Gordon Ramsay has helped numerous restaurant owners get back on their feet by laying the groundwork for their failing restaurants to succeed. It's been a while since Chef Ramsay first paid a visit to these restaurants, so he decides to check in with some of the restaurant owners he has helped in the past and find out if his advice has been put to good use. Find out if he will be pleased with the restaurants' progress or if he will find even more problems than before.

  • S03E09 Café Tavolini

    • March 25, 2011

    Chef Ramsay's next restaurant project is Café Tavolini in Bridgeport, CT. Find out if his experience and expertise will help transform the eatery into a success or if Café Tavolini will have to shut its doors.

  • S03E10 Kingston Cafe

    • April 15, 2011

    Chef Ramsay tries to help a struggling restaurant in Pasadena, Calif.

  • S03E11 La Frite

    • April 29, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits La Frite in Sherman Oaks, CA. Find out if his efforts to turn the restaurant around will be enough to keep the its doors open.

  • S03E12 Capri

    • May 6, 2011

    Chef Ramsay heads to Eagle Rock, Calif., to help a struggling Italian restaurant.

  • S03E13 Zeke's

    • May 13, 2011

    Chef Ramsay heads to New Orleans, LA, to help transform Zeke's Restaurant. Will he be able to breathe new life and add some spice into this Southern eatery?

  • S03E14 Oceana

    • May 20, 2011

    In the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares, has Chef Ramsay met his match? The culinary master visits another restaurant struggling to keep its doors open. Find out if Ramsay can help pull the establishment from the brink of failure on the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares.

Season 4

  • S04E01 Blackberry's

    • September 23, 2011

    Chef Ramsay heads to New Jersey in hope of helping the owners of Blackberry's improve their service and food quality.

  • S04E02 Leone's

    • September 30, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits Leone's, an Italian eatery in Montclair, N.J., in hope of keeping the restaurant from being closed.

  • S04E03 Mike and Nellie's

    • October 7, 2011

    Ramsay tries to help the owners of an Oakhurst, N.J., restaurant called Mike and Nellie's turn their business around.

  • S04E04 Luigi's

    • October 14, 2011

    Chef Ramsay lends his expertise to the owners of a failing California eatery called Luigi's.

  • S04E05 Revisited #1

    • October 21, 2011

    Chef Ramsay returns to eateries he's helped in the past, including DownCity in Providence, R.I.; Classic American in West Babylon, N.Y.; and Davide in Boston.

  • S04E06 Burger Kitchen (1)

    • November 4, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits the Burger Kitchen in Los Angeles in hope of revamping the menu and reviving the establishment.

  • S04E07 Burger Kitchen (2)

    • November 11, 2011

    Chef Ramsay pays a visit to Burger Kitchen in Los Angeles in order to revamp the bland menu and to revive the tired establishment with a fresh look and a renewed vibe fit for the hip Hollywood crowd.

  • S04E08 Greek at the Harbor

    • November 18, 2011

    Chef Ramsay visits The Greek at the Harbor, an eatery in Ventura Harbor, Cal., and observes poor service and variable food quality.

  • S04E09 Michon's

    • January 13, 2012

    Chef Ramsay heads to the Peach state eatery Michon's Smoked Meats & Seafood restaurant for a much needed update. Find out if Chef Ramsay's advice and guidance will be enough to keep this establishment in College Park, GA, open.

  • S04E10 El Greco

    • January 20, 2012

    Chef Ramsay heads to the lone star state to give Austin, Texas eatery El Greco a much-needed update that would still maintain family-held traditions. Dismayed by the careless treatment of traditional Greek cuisine and sub-par service, Chef Ramsay must intervene before the restaurant owners are forced to shut El Greco’s doors for good. Find out if Chef Ramsay’s advice and guidance will be enough to keep this establishment open.

  • S04E11 Revisited #2

    • January 27, 2012

    Over the years, Chef Gordon Ramsay has helped numerous restaurant owners get back on their feet by helping them refresh their menus, customer service and business outlook – but once he leaves, do restaurateurs stick with it -- Chef Ramsay heads to Southern California to check up on La Frite in Sherman Oaks, Kingston Café in Pasadena and Capri in Eagle Rock to see firsthand if his advice has changed the restaurants for good. He also visits Harrison, NJ, to find out if the owners of family restaurant Spanish Pavilion have mended their problems outside the kitchen, or if their disagreements are too much for their business to handle. Tune in to see if Chef Ramsay will be pleased with the restaurants’ progress, or will he have to stage yet more dramatic and emotional interventions.

  • S04E12 Park's Edge

    • February 3, 2012

    Chef Ramsay visits Atlanta, GA, to help the owners of contemporary American restaurant Park’s Edge refresh their menu and service. Although the owners of Park’s Edge take pride in their diverse menu and innovative dining experience, Chef Ramsay is shocked by the restaurant’s lack of cohesiveness in the kitchen, inattentive service and disorganized management. Find out if Chef Ramsay’s advice will be enough to help the restaurant regain its elegance and stylish flair.

  • S04E13 Spin a Yarn

    • February 10, 2012

    Chef Ramsay visits Fremont, CA, to help out 50-year-old steakhouse and banquet center Spin-A-Yarn. Despite the restaurant's rich history as an old-time hideaway and meeting place, the restaurant's bland menu and outdated decor are long overdue for visual and culinary makeover. Shocked by the restaurant's inconsistent service and disorganized kitchen staff, Chef Ramsay is put to the test to give the steakhouse a refreshed menu and ambience. Find out if Chef Ramsay succeeds in updating the restaurant's image or if it will remain stuck in its old ways.

  • S04E14 Charlie's

    • February 17, 2012

    Chef Ramsay visits Charlie's in La Verne, CA to help the owners of the Italian bistro refresh its outdated look and update the menu's bland and unoriginal options. Displeased by the wishy-washy service, unappetizing dishes and old-fashioned ambiance, Chef Ramsay has his work cut out for him to turn the restaurant's luck around. Find out if Chef Ramsay can infuse the restaurant with authentic Italian elegance or if the restaurant's woes are too much for even Chef Ramsay to tackle.

  • S04E15 Café Hon

    • February 24, 2012

    Chef Ramsay heads to Baltimore, MD, and immediately has his hands full when he visits Café Hon, a Southern Comfort eatery in need not only of a restaurant renovation but also a public image makeover. The owner of Café Hon has come under fire from the city of Baltimore for trademarking the word "Hon," a term of endearment for Baltimore culture. Find out if the restaurant revamp and renewed public image will be enough to win back the city of Baltimore and revive its tradition of southern comfort cooking.

  • S04E16 Chiarella's

    • March 23, 2012

    Chef Ramsay visits the "City of Brotherly Love" to check in on family-owned Italian restaurant Chiarella's. Although the Philadelphia eatery boasts over 30 years of business, Chef Ramsay is shocked by the restaurant's outdated menu, sloppy service and disorganized staff. Find out if Chef Ramsay is able to infuse the restaurant with classic Italian flair and revive its lackluster dining experience.

  • S04E17 Zocalo

    • March 30, 2012

    Chef Gordon Ramsay visits University City, Pennsylvania, in the heart of West Philadelphia. The thriving neighborhood houses Zocalo, an authentic Mexican restaurant run by longtime employees-turned-owners Greg and Mary Russell.

Season 5

  • S05E01 La Galleria 33 (1)

    • October 26, 2012

    Chef Ramsay goes to Boston's North End to pay a visit to La Galleria 33, opened in 2006 by sisters Rita and Lisa. The two siblings grew up in the Italian neighborhood and worked at their father's very successful restaurant, L'Osteria, which was established in 1985. They branched out and opened their own establishment only 100 feet away, hoping to feed off their father's success. But the customers never came. The sisters blame everything from the weather to the tablecloths to the font on the menu. They don't know how to fix their problems because they don't know how to identify them. The employees, however, know exactly what is wrong - Lisa and Rita. They say the sisters treat people badly and talk unprofessionally. Plus Lisa drinks on the job and Rita smokes in the restaurant. They have slipped into complacency about the failing business, but their parents stand to lose everything if La Galleria fails. When Chef Ramsay arrives, he's confused by the restaurant's name, dated décor and proximity to their parents' eatery. He also discovers there is an issue with smoking and drinking on the job. Lisa and Rita in turn complain to him about the poor service and the lazy employees. As the icing on the cake, Rita admits that the head chef is her ex-husband, which causes a lot of tension.

  • S05E02 La Galleria 33 (2)

    • November 2, 2012

    In the last episode of "Kitchen Nightmares," Chef Ramsay traveled to Boston's North End to visit La Galleria 33, a restaurant run by sisters Rita and Lisa. He quickly discovered the establishment to be fraught with issues. Rita smokes and Lisa drinks on the job, and their unprofessional behavior has lost them the respect of their staff. The food, which is prepared by Rita's ex-husband Doug, is horrific. Chef Ramsay finds it to be frozen, bland and evidently made without passion. As the dramatic conclusion to the saga begins, Chef Ramsay has a heart-to-heart talk with the siblings, imploring them to strive for excellence. Rita concedes that they have to fix their problems, but Lisa asks to be left alone. The sisters tell Chef Ramsay that the staff doesn't respond to them, and he begs them to stop tiptoeing around the issues. In an attempt to give the proprietors some focus, Chef Ramsay asks them both to make a list of all the things that bother them the most that they want to change. The next morning, he gathers the owners and staff so that the sisters can share their agenda of issues. Rita kicks off the meeting by saying they would like the employees to stop treating La Galleria as if it were a competition to see who can do the least. Most of the workers, except Sarah the waitress, admit to being lazy.

  • S05E03 Mama Marias

    • November 9, 2012

    Chef Ramsay heads to Mama Maria's in Brooklyn. This Italian restaurant and pizzeria was passed down from mother to son more than 25 years ago, but has proven to be more of a burden than a family gem. The owner is exhausted from trying to make ends meet for his family, which in turn has taken a toll on the staff, food and overall performance of the restaurant. Chef Ramsay is disgusted to find 12 freezers filled with rancid and inedible pre-made meals and he reaches his breaking point when one diner needs an ambulance after eating a defrosted piece of seafood. When Chef Ramsay levels with this owner, he leaves him in tears. Find out if Ramsay's push was enough to wake this owner and save his family and restaurant.

  • S05E04 Ms. Jean's Southern Cuisine

    • November 16, 2012
  • S05E05 Barefoot Bob's

    • December 7, 2012
  • S05E06 Revisited No. 8

    • December 14, 2012
  • S05E07 Olde Hitching Post Restaurant & Tavern

    • January 25, 2013

    Chef Ramsay confronts the stubborn owner of the Olde Hitching Post in Massachusetts, who refuses to let his daughter and eatery co-owner have any control.

  • S05E08 Levanti's Italian Restaurant

    • February 1, 2013
  • S05E09 Sam's Mediterranean Kabob Room

    • February 15, 2013
  • S05E10 Nino's Italian Restaurant

    • February 22, 2013
  • S05E11 Mill Street Bistro (1)

    • March 1, 2013
  • S05E12 Mill Street Bistro (2)

    • March 8, 2013
  • S05E13 Yanni's

    • March 15, 2013
  • S05E14 Prohibition Grille

    • April 26, 2013

    Chef Ramsay is in for a challenge when he heads to Everett, WA, to visit the Prohibition Grille. Professional belly dancer-turned-restaurant owner Rishi is struggling to keep her business afloat and is in desperate need of help. As a result of her lack of prior restaurant experience, Rishi leaves control of the kitchen in the hands of her head chef, who is constantly preoccupied and gives little focus to the restaurant. Constant complaints from customers have Rishi worried, but will she take Chef Ramsay’s advice?

  • S05E15 Chappy's

    • May 3, 2013

    Chef Ramsay heads to Chappy's, a Cajun-style restaurant in the heart of Nashville where he meets owners John (Chappy) and Starr. The couple's original restaurant in Mississippi was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina, forcing them to move. However, since opening in Nashville, Chappy's hasn't found the same loyal customer base they once had. Find out if Chef Ramsay can help turn this restaurant around.

  • S05E16 Amy's Baking Company

    • May 10, 2013

Season 6

  • S06E01 Return to Amy's Baking Company

    • April 11, 2014

    Chef Ramsay pays another visit to the defiant owners of Amy's Baking Company.

  • S06E02 Pantaleone's

    • April 11, 2014

    Ramsay helps a Denver pizzeria owner who believes he makes the best pizza in town despite taste test results proving otherwise.

  • S06E03 Old Neighborhood

    • April 18, 2014

    Ramsay helps the owners of Old Neighborhood in Arvada, Colo., transform their restaurant.

  • S06E04 Kati Allo

    • April 18, 2014

    Ramsay tries to help the owners of Kati Allo in Queens, N.Y., turn things around.

  • S06E05 Mangia Mangia (1)

    • April 25, 2014

    Ramsay travels to Woodland Park, Colo., to save Mangia Mangia, an Italian restaurant saddled with tension between the owner and her staff, and problems with the food, atmosphere and service.

  • S06E06 Mangia Mangia (2)

    • April 25, 2014

    Ramsay travels to Woodland Park, Colo., to save Mangia Mangia, an Italian restaurant saddled with tension between the owner and her staff, and problems with the food, atmosphere and service.

  • S06E07 Zayna Flaming Grill (1)

    • May 2, 2014

    Chef Ramsay heads to Redondo Beach, Calif., to try and save Zayna Flaming Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant plagued by substandard food and owners playing the blame game.

  • S06E08 Zayna Flaming Grill (2)

    • May 2, 2014

    Chef Ramsay heads to Redondo Beach, Calif., to try and save Zayna Flaming Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant plagued by substandard food and owners playing the blame game.

  • S06E09 Bella Luna

    • May 16, 2014

    Gordon travels to the town of Easton, PA, where he tries to wake up a mother and son pairing who are running their Italian restaurant into the ground.

  • S06E10 Revisited

    • September 12, 2014

    Gordon Ramsay revisits some of his greatest challenges on this all-new special episode. Back in Boston’s north end, Ramsay catches up sisters Rita and Lisa from La Galleria to see if this duo has kept up his improvements. In Hanson, MA, Ramsay checks in on the Olde Hitching Post to see if owner Tom has fulfilled his promise to hand over the reins to daughter Andrea. Then, at the Prohibition Gastropub in Everett Washington, Ramsay pays a visit to Rishi, the professional belly dancer-turned-restaurant owner, to see if she’s given up dancing and shifted focus to running the establishment. Find out if Chef Ramsay’s guidance was taken seriously or if his advice was tossed in trash in the all-new “Revisited” Season Finale episode.