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Gordon Ramsay goes Stateside as he attempts to rescue more struggling restaurants from ruin with his own menu of extremely frank and forthright advice for the owners

About the Show

Gordon Ramsay goes Stateside as he attempts to rescue more struggling restaurants from ruin with his own menu of extremely frank and forthright advice for the owners

Series 6 Summary

The sixth series of Gordon Ramsay's stateside adventures in which the chef offers forthright advice to the owners of ailing restaurants that are facing imminent catastrophe.

  • Episode 1 - La Galleria 33 Part 1

    Gordon Ramsay heads to Boston's La Galleria 33, an Italian restaurant opened by raucous sisters Rita and Lisa. With the restaurant on the verge of disaster, can Gordon save the business from collapse?

  • Episode 2 - La Galleria 33 Part 2

    This programme features the dramatic conclusion to the saga of Boston eatery La Galleria 33, as Gordon Ramsay confronts restaurant owners and sisters Rita and Lisa with an ultimatum

  • Episode 3 - Mama Maria

    Gordon Ramsay visits Mama Maria's, a failing restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, where owner John is overwhelmed by the work of running a business that has become firmly stuck in the past

  • Episode 4 - Ms Jean's Southern Cuisine

    Gordon pays a visit to Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, home to Ms Jean's Southern Cuisine, which was opened 12 years ago by retired special education teacher Ms Jean Gould.

  • Episode 5 - Barefoot Bob's

    Gordon Ramsay travels to Hull, Massachusetts, to visit beachside restaurant Barefoot Bob's, which is owned by husband-and-wife team Marc and Lisa

  • Episode 6 - Olde Hitching Post

    Gordon Ramsay visits the Olde Hitching Post restaurant in Hanson, Massachusetts. Owner Tom bought the business for his daughter Andrea six years ago but is still refusing to let her run it.

  • Episode 7 - Levanti's

    Gordon Ramsay visits to Beaver, Pennsylvania, where he finds a brother-and-sister team who are unable to work together in a positive manner at an Italian restaurant called Levanti's

  • Episode 8 - Sam's Mediterranean Kabob Room

    Gordon Ramsay visits family-owned restaurant Sam's Mediterranean Kabob Room in Monrovia, California, where he attempts to mend frayed relationships between the owner, his wife and children

  • Episode 9 - Nino's

    Gordon heads to the coastal community of Long Beach, California, to save Nino's, an Italian family restaurant that was opened in 1958 and is now under the misguided leadership of the eldest son, Nino

  • Episode 10 - Yanni's

    Gordon Ramsay pays a visit to Greek restaurant Yanni's in Seattle, where he clashes with defiant owner Peter

  • Episode 11 - Amy's Baking Company

    Gordon is in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he visits Amy's Baking Company and meets husband-and-wife bistro owners Samy and Amy Bouzaglo

  • Episode 12 - Mill Street Bistro Part 1

    Gordon is in Norwalk, Ohio, for the first of two visits to the Mill Street Bistro, where the owner boasts of the best menu between New York and LA but the diners tell a different story

  • Episode 13 - Mill Street Bistro Part 2

    In the dramatic conclusion to the Mill Street Bistro saga, Gordon's disagreement with proprietor Joe Nagy erupts into one of his most intense confrontations yet

  • Episode 14 - The Prohibition Grille

    Gordon heads to the Prohibition Grille in Everett, Washington, where he meets a belly dancer-turned-restaurateur named Rishi Brown

  • Episode 15 - Chappy's

    Gordon heads to country music's spiritual home, Nashville, Tennessee, but his visit begins on a sour note at Chappy's Cajun restaurant

  • Episode 16 - Revisit

    Gordon Ramsay revisits Café Hon in Hampden, Maryland, Chiarella's in Philadelphia, and Leone's in Montclair, New Jersey, to see whether the restaurant owners have taken his advice on board