On tonight’s episode of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Gordon Ramsay and his team are in Wichita, Kansas to try to save the struggling Fetch Bistro. The episode was filmed during Thanksgiving week 2017.
The Fetch Bistro is a dog-themed and dog-friendly café owned and operated by Greg Buss and Pamela Buss since 2016. Dogs are invited to enjoy culinary delights on the patio or inside the café.
The Busses told the Wichita Eagle that Ramsay and his crew gave the restaurant a major makeover to the tune of about $100,000 in improvements.
Ramsay also insisted that the Busses change their approach by putting people first and dogs second. Ramsay’s crew changed the restaurant’s slogan from “For the love of dogs and good food,” to “A place for people and pets.”
Gordon Ramsay transforms Fetch Bistro for makeover TV show
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Fetch Bistro website, Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram page.
- Here are the Facebook pages for owners Pamela Buss, and Greg Buss, as well as kitchen manager Sue Smith,
- Greg and Pamela Buss will be hosting a viewing party for the premiere of the episode on FOX.
- Behind-the-scenes of the big Gordon Ramsay television shoot at Fetch Bistro
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) January 15, 2018