MANASQUAN – It appears that not one, but two local Jersey Shore establishments will be getting the Gordon Ramsay magic touch after the celebrity chef was spotted at a Manasquan restaurant.
News broke earlier this week that Ramsay would be filming an episode of his new show “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” at Caneda’s White Rooster, a Cuban restaurant located on Fischer Blvd. in Toms River.
Social media was abuzz with discretely taken photos of the celebrity chef from curious onlookers and local media outlets as Ramsay’s team began setup at the Toms River spot.
Now, it seems that Ramsay is taking on two NJ eateries, including Blend in Manasquan, a self-proclaimed “modern American bistro.” Ramsay’s film crew equipment was spotted at the restaurant, which has a “closed today-thank you” sign taped across the doors.
“Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” follows Ramsay on a road trip across the country in his “Hell On Wheels” truck that also serves mobile kitchen. Ramsay and his staff have 24 hours to makeover a restaurant in need while the truck transforms into a training ground for the chefs.