On tonight’s episode of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Gordon Ramsay and his team are in California to try and save The Brownstone Bistro, a Californian-Caribbean fusion restaurant located in Los Angeles.
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The failing restaurant is owned and operated by executive chef Clive Jackson, who is still recovering from the loss of his son Clive Jr. to gun violence.
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Facebook Page, and website for The Brownstone Bistro.
- An article published Mid City Big Life reveals Ramsay redesigned bistro’s dining area, culled the menu, and dedicated a “Tree of Life” located in the middle of the restaurant to the memory of Clive Jr. The article also reveals The Brownstone Bistro is now flourishing, thanks to Ramsay’s intervention.
- You can check out customer reviews of The Brownstone Bistro via Google Reviews (mostly positive) and Yelp (mostly positive)
The Brownstone Bistro
Here’s a view of the restaurant via Google Street View:
Sneak Peek Videos
A Bistro Employee Has A Bad Attitude
Nicole, an employee, has an attitude that Gordon does not like.
Gordon Ramsay Receives Poor Service
Gordon Ramsay grabs the attention of the restaurant after his guest receives poor service.
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