Gordon Ramsay At Sherman’s Restaurant For 24 Hours To Hell And Back

Gordon Ramsay At Sherman's Restaurant For 24 Hours To Hell And Back
Gordon Ramsay At Sherman's Restaurant For 24 Hours To Hell And Back

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.

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 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

Sherman’s Restaurant

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

Image – YouTube/Screengrab

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