Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The Capri From Kitchen Nightmares Has Closed

The Capri restaurant in Eagle Rock, California which appeared on season 4 of Kitchen Nightmares has closed.  The restaurant posted on their Facebook page in September 2019 stating, "The end of an era. Thank you all. We will miss you!!"  The owners, twins Jim and Jeff also posted a video after their last night of business and thanked everybody including Gordon Ramsay.

The Capri was featured on Kitchen Nightmares in 2011 and since their appearance, the reviews for the restaurant were pretty positive with 4-star ratings on most online sites.  Capri has been marked as 'Closed' on the Kitchen Nightmares Updates Page and this is the 10th restaurant from season 4 to close.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Catfish Cabin From 24 Hours to Hell and Back Has Closed

Catfish Cabin in Memphis, Tennessee which appeared on season two of 24 Hours to Hell and Back has closed.  The restaurant closed in August 2019 and a new restaurant opened at the location in September 2019.

Catfish Cabin owner Charles Ezzell still owns the building and leases it to a new restaurant called Bell’s Catfish & Soul Food Restaurant.  Charles also shared the recipes from Catfish Cabin with new the owner Bevis Bell. (Link)

Catfish Cabin went back to their old recipes and stated after the makeover that they were still struggling, so the fact that they closed isn't much of a surprise.  Here is the more detailed update from the Catfish Cabin episode of 24 Hours to Hell and Back and the restaurant has been marked 'Closed' on the 24 Hours to Hell and Back Update Page.

UPDATE 12/2020 - Catfish Cabin founder Charles Ezzell passed away due to COVID-19 complications. (Link)