On tonight’s episode of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Gordon Ramsay and crew are in Seymour, Connecticut to help save the Stone’s Throw, a fine dining restaurant located on the Housatonic River.
Gordon Ramsay and his team visited the Stone’s Throw back in October 2018, for the filming of tonight’s episode. Located on the Housatonic River, the Stone’s Throw is owned by chef Peter Hamme.
For tonight’s episode, Ramsay went undercover as an elderly woman, where he dined with guests to get a feel for the operation before confronting the Stone’s Throw staff and owner.
The Stone’s Throw is hosting a viewing party during Wednesday’s broadcast:
“Come and share this special night with us. There will be laughter, tears, fun and games as we relive this unique experience. Reservations being accepted for the viewing party now.”
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Stone’s Throw website and Facebook Page,
- Here are the Facebook Pages for owners Peter Hamme, his wife Tara Hamme, waiter Connnor Hamme and bartender Lisa Marie Grzywacz.
- Online reviews are available via Yelp, Trip Advisor, and Google Reviews.
Upgrades to Stone’s Throw by Ramsay’s Crew
Our Dining Room Updates by Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back design team. Thanks to M Vargas Photography.
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Google Street View of Stone’s Throw
Gordon Goes Deep Undercover
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