Seriously? Maybe I need to sign a release to watch this tripe.
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The other night we watched a KN episode about a Boston restaurant named La Galleria 33 and it was by far the best U.S. Kitchen Nightmares I've ever seen. The restaurant is owned by two sisters who are wonderfully hapless and unintentionally hilarious. Then there's a sly waitress who has it in for the owners and the douchey ex-husband cook. The older sister is straight out of a Christopher Guest movie. Very entertaining.
A friend of mine was at Yanni's for the filming at Friday dinner and it sounds like we missed some serious dramarama. I'm looking forward to seeing it.
I may have to check out this episode also. It is pretty cool that he is doing locations in Washington. I didn't realize he had such a cult following.
The brick-walled venue in downtown Everett fit the bill. Patrons come more for the belly dancing and live music than the gourmet collard greens and cheese grits.
The restaurant is open only by special invitation this week, but that isn't stopping the masses from trying to get a peek.
What is stopping them is Ramsay's version of the Secret Service -- a team of local hires in street clothes, carrying scanners and wired with ear pieces, diligently patrolling the sidewalk and alley.
"No, sorry, you can't look in the door," a stony-faced guard told those who ventured too close. Gawkers included The Herald reporter, who was told, "Give me your card and Fox Legal will call you."
Lets see if we can spot CR in the audience.
Television crews from FOX’s “Kitchen Nightmares” were in Phinney Ridge last November to film at Yanni’s Greek Restaurant, at 7419 Greenwood Ave. N. Now, the episode is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 15.Posted 9 months ago #
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