Prohibition Grille – 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?
Yanni’s – Chef Ramsay makes his first visit to Seattle, Washington, to Yanni’s Greek restaurant. In the beginning, Yanni’s saw great success, but with the changing demographic of the neighborhood, business has been very slow. Despite his family’s concern, owner Peter refuses to face reality and make some much needed changes, which has the family at war. Distraught over the failing business and constant fighting, Peter’s daughters beg Chef Ramsay to convince their father it is time for a change in the all-new “Yanni’s”
Nino’s Italian Restaurant – Since its opening in 1958, Nino’s of Long Beach, CA had been run by a well-liked and successful immigrant couple, but old age has forced them to retire and leave their family-owned restaurant under the misguided care of their eldest son, Nino. Afraid that Nino will run his family legacy into the ground, they call on Chef Ramsay to help, but Nino is extremely confrontational and has an excuse for everything.
Sam’s Mediterranean Kabob Room – Gordon visits Sam’s Mediterranean Kabob Room in Monrovia, Cal., where he learns that the owner’s seven children are fed up with their father’s mismanagement.
Olde Hitching Post – A visit to the historic Olde Hitching Post in Hanson, Mass., where the owner struggles with control issues.
La Galleria 33, Part 1 – Part 1 of 2. In the sixth-season premiere, Chef Ramsay visits La Galleria 33, an Italian restaurant run by two sisters in Boston’s North End, to help the owners improve their bland menu, reverse a dire financial situation and mend their broken relationships with their staff and customers.