Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares Show Coming to Washington

The British chef, notorious for his volatile personality, is looking for restaurants to feature on his Fox TV series.

By: Kate Nerenberg

Ever been to a restaurant in Washington that has terrible food, dirty bathrooms, and not many customers? Here's your chance to help the owners avoid going belly up: The Fox TV show Kitchen Nightmares, now in its third season, is hoping to feature a restaurant from this area for an upcoming show, and we learned via a press release that producers are looking for nominations. Every episode, British chef Gordon Ramsay—better known for his explosive temper than his Michelin stars—revamps all facets of a failing restaurant, from its menu to its decor. Here's how you can nominate a restaurant:

Send the name and location of the place, and a brief explanation of why you think it deserves to be considered for the show, to kitchennightmares@theconlincompany.com or call and leave a message at 866-226-2226. You can submit nominations through Friday, July 8. And, of course, tell us in the comments what restaurants you think need Ramsay's help.

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