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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.
Three years ago, Rosaria and her two sons moved from New York to Easton, PA, to open an Italian restaurant called Bella Luna. Rosaria bought the restaurant to fulfill son Gianfranco's dream of becoming a chef. But despite the best of intentions, the restaurant is failing. Bella Luna's future looks especially grim due to Gianfranco's lack of real experience in the kitchen, combined with his mother's refusal to acknowledge the restaurant's flaws. Find out if Chef Ramsay can save the restaurant and restore this family's dream.
Zayna Flaming Grill: Part 2
Zayna Flaming Grill: Part 1
Chef Gordon Ramsay travels to Redondo Beach, CA, to visit Zayna Flaming Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant owned and operated by aunt-and-niece duo Faye and Brenda. Faye believes she has the weight of the entire restaurant on her shoulders, while Brenda does not feel she is treated as an equal in the partnership. With tensions rising, the food not up to standards and everyone playing the blame game, Chef Ramsay is faced with one of the stickiest situations he's ever encountered. Find out if Ramsay can open their eyes to the real issues and get them working as a team.
Mangia Mangia: Part 2
Conclusion. An Italian restaurant in Woodland Park, Colo., is beset with problems that include an incompetent head chef and low morale among the staff.
Mangia Mangia: Part 1
Chef Ramsay heads to Woodland Park, CO, where he attempts to save an Italian joint with an identity crisis. But the atmosphere, food and service prove to be the least of its problems, as tension flares and the morale among owner Julie and her staff is at an all-time low. The restaurant has an incompetent head chef and fiery staff with a myriad of their own problems, bringing everything to a boil. Julie is driven to her breaking point, and with everything on the line, she looks to Chef Ramsay as her last resort. Can he get through to these warring personalities and wake Julie up to make the dramatic changes needed for success?
Chef Ramsay heads to Arvada, CO, where owners Alexa and Randy are desperately calling on him to help restore their 25-year-old restaurant, the Old Neighborhood. Alexa and Randy have so much pride in their family-run establishment, which is why Chef Ramsay is shocked to find the food and conditions are not up to par and mounts one of the biggest transformations in the series history. Then, Chef Ramsay heads to Queens, NY, in hopes of restoring Kati Allo, a Greek restaurant run by husband-and-wife team Manny and Christine. Ramsay is surprised when he finds Kati Allo isn't the only thing in jeopardy - quickly seeing that the couple's marriage and family life with daughter Evelyn are suffering, as well. Can Chef Ramsay help these two couples?
Ramsay helps a Denver pizzeria owner who believes he makes the best pizza in town despite taste test results proving otherwise.
Return to Amy's Baking Company
In an epic season premiere event, KITCHEN NIGHTMARES is catching up with the most talked-about restaurant in the series' history: Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale, AZ. Find out what has happened with Amy and Samy in the past year since the original episode aired, and the media firestorm ensued. Then, Chef Ramsay heads to Denver, CO, where he meets a restaurant owner who is truly stuck in the past. Pete claims his family owned-and-run restaurant makes the "Best Pizza in Denver," based off a review from the 1980s. But when Ramsay holds a local taste test and a store-bought pizza is preferred over Pete's, it is clear the Denver community disagrees with that claim.