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Finn McCool’s On Kitchen Nightmares

November 14, 2007 12:02 AM by Joe Blackmon

On this week’s Kitchen Nightmares, Chef Gordon Ramsay takes a trip to
West Hampton, NY.  Ramsay visits the family-run restaurant, Finn
McCool’s, which is in serious financial trouble.

Finn McCool’s was funded by the life savings of retired dad Buddy, who has never cashed a paycheck from the restaurant.  Buddy’s son Brian serves as head chef of the restaurant. 

Chef Ramsay has to make some serious changes that could affect this family forever.  Kitchen Nightmares airs on Wednesday, November 14 from 9:00PM to 10:00PM ET/PT on FOX.

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  1. What Would Ramsay Do? Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 1:22 am

    I’m looking forward to this episode. If you missed last weeks Kitchen Nightmares, Sebastians video has been uploaded.. as well as this episode after it airs…

    http://whatwouldramsaydo.com

  2. Pat Dwyer Says:
    November 15th, 2007 at 12:37 am

    Chef Ramsay: As one who has owned a food store AND cooked in several restaurants, I am APPALLED at the Health Departments in those jurisdictions where you have been helping those restaurant owners. I applaud your patience with “sticking it out” for a week with each and every one of the places you’ve helped. I am surprised that there are no reported deaths linked with any of the customers who’ve been to those eateries…they were all disgustingly filthy. You are some sort of miracle worker to be able to turn those folks’ attitudes around…whether it was Brian, Sebastian or any of the chefs/owners whom you’ve encountered. Can you tell that I love the show? And can you guess that I almost NEVER eat out any more? I believe that you are probably scaring the hell out of most of the people who watch your show, unfortunately. Also unfortunately, it shows the disconnect between desire, talent, ability, training and ignorance on the part of not only the people you’ve visited (and helped), but also, undoubtedly, a VERY large percentage of extant establishments. In sum, I commend you and look forward to visiting a city where you have a restaurant. And God bless you for what you’re doing, Chef. You’re a good man. –Pat Dwyer (San Francisco)

  3. Anonymous Says:
    November 15th, 2007 at 1:38 pm

    Gordon, you’re the bee’s knees.

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