ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (FOX 5 DC) – A city that has survived two devastating floods is getting some a lot wanted optimistic consideration and a nationwide highlight due to a well-known TV chef.
Ellicott Metropolis shall be featured on Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Again Tuesday at eight p.m. on FOX 5.
It’s a city that’s already been to hell and again, twice.
“I feel folks will be capable of see not simply all through the nation, however the world about how Ellicott Metropolis has proven that we don’t keep down,” stated Howard County Government Calvin Ball.
Chef Gordon Ramsay and his movie crew have been noticed within the city’s historic district on the finish of February, serving to revive Phoenix Higher Primary brewpub, Little Market Cafe and Jaxon Edwin Social Home.
The episode guarantees to be Ramsay’s “largest rescue but.” After all, nobody would’ve thought that after all of the work, the renovations and massive time publicity, companies within the city could be going by way of one other disaster, this time together with the remainder of the nation.
”We needed to lay off everyone,” stated Mark Hemmis, who owns Phoenix Higher Primary. “Proper now we’re working with a bare-bones crew. We’re placing out meals. We’re open Tuesday by way of Saturday.”
Like many within the city, Hemmis rebuilt his enterprise twice, solely to be compelled to shut once more because of coronavirus.
Hemmis stated he is aware of some eating places throughout the nation received’t make it by way of, however this city is one which is aware of grasp on it doesn’t matter what.
”We’re uniquely certified to deal with this sort of closure,” Hemmis stated. “This city is amazingly resilient. It has come again over and over and over. And Ellicott metropolis will thrive sooner or later.”
On Good Day DC on Tuesday, FOX 5’s Kevin McCarthy is speaking to Chef Gordon Ramsay in regards to the episode.
— to www.fox5dc.com