On tonight’s episode of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Gordon Ramsay and his team are in Greenville, Mississippi to try to save Sherman’s Restaurant.
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In what is being described as his biggest challenge yet, Gordon must take on a couple of “Nimrods” that he’s not even sure are fit to run a restaurant.
Allison Nimrod and her husband Peter Nimrod purchased Sherman’s Restaurant from Charles Sherman Jr. in 2012. The restaurant is described as a full service steakhouse restaurant.
The Sherman’s Restaurant episode was filmed back in November 2017.
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Facebook Page and website for Sherman’s Restaurant
- You can check out recent online reviews of Sherman’s via Google Reviews (mostly positive), Trip Advisor (very positive), and Yelp (somewhat positive).
Here’s a Facebook post with a photo of Allison wearing her 24 Hours To Hell And Back t-shirt a couple of months after filming. She describes the experience as “truly unforgettable: and a “little traumatizing.”
This is the FIRST time I’ve put this back on my body since 11.15.2017. A truly unforgettable (albeit a little traumatizing) “24 hour” experience! ?
Posted by Allison Crandall Nimrod on Thursday, January 11, 2018
Here’s a view of the restaurant via Google Street View:
Sneak Peek Videos
All The Food Is Microwaved
Gordon is appalled to hear that the restaurant heats up everything on their menu in the microwave.
Gordon’s Biggest Challenge
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