After one owner or Mike & Nellie's passes away, things get so bad it's on the verge of closing, with the remaining owner clocked out and even drinking beer in the kitchen during service, and oblivious to the quality of the food.
Mickey achieved the American dream, opening Greek at the Harbor, and prospering, but in recent years the quality of the food has dropped as much as the clientèle. Now, unless Ramsay can help, things are looking more like a Greek tragedy.
Burger Kitchen is run by an incompetent owner who used money from his son's trust fund to keep it going, but between that, a frustrated chef, bad and undercooked food, over five thousand in loses each month, and the annoying wife/co-owner, things are about to go nuclear...
Michon's, a restaurant named after the middle name of the owner's daughter, hoped to one day take over but seems more content doing nothing while her father in poor health watches his once successful business dwindle away.
Ramsay revisits the restaurants Spanish Pavillion, Kingston Café and La Frite, from season four, to see if they have succeeded; also an update on the lazy twins of the pizza restaurant Capri. There is good news all around.
Unsurprisingly, when you say the city residents are racist and don't like a minority owned restaurant, your business tanks. Then combined that with odd and bad tasting food with owners who have no restaurant experience, and you have a mess.