Hit series ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ returns Monday, Sept. 25, on FOX
FOX is opening restaurant-themed rage rooms and knife-throwing experiences on Saturday, Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 1, to celebrate the return of the hit series “Kitchen Nightmares.” Fans will embrace the furious fun by smashing away their aggravation with “Kitchen Nightmares”-branded bats, small kitchen appliances, rolling pins, liquor bottles, vases and more. They will demolish dinner plates and glasses, while host and executive producer Gordon Ramsay’s voice explodes throughout the experience, encouraging maximum breakage! FOX will also transform the traditional axe-throwing experience into a kitchen theme, giving fans the opportunity to pitch chefs’ knives at a bullseye in close range.
The rage rooms will open in five markets: Los Angeles, Tampa, Las Vegas, Rochester and Syracuse. Reservations to participate in the two-day immersive smashing experience will open Sept. 20 at www.KitchenNightmaresRageRoom.com. Fans 18 or older can book 15-minute time slots within the rage room, and are encouraged to share their experience on social media using @FOXFoodClub and #KitchenNightmares. Additional details regarding the experience will be available on the homepage.
Location details are as follows:
√ Los Angeles – Valley Smash 818 – 19314 Ventura Blvd. B, Tarzana
√ Tampa – iSmash Tampa - 863 E Bloomingdale Ave., Brandon
√ Las Vegas – Axehole Vegas – 450 Fremont St.
√ Rochester – iSmash Rochester – 1225 Jefferson Road, Suite 24
√ Syracuse – iSmash Syracuse – 2104 Genessee St.
Ramsay’s “Kitchen Nightmares” returns for an all-new season of restaurant makeovers beginning Monday, Sept. 25 (8 p.m. ET/PT). Each episode follows Ramsay as he revamps a restaurant in crisis, exposing the stressful realities of running a successful food business.
Now more than ever, restaurant owners are faced with seemingly insurmountable challenges, from health code violations and staffing issues to menu errors and kitchen conditions found only in nightmares. Ramsay is their restaurant 9-1-1 call and the last chance for their businesses to survive.
The Bel Aire Diner in Astoria is no stranger to these challenges as a family-run business crumbling under dysfunction. With their parents retiring, Ramsay urges two brothers to work through their emotional conflicts to save their beloved restaurant in the all-new “Bel Aire Diner” series premiere episode of “Kitchen Nightmares.”