Cafe Hon

The newsiest celebrity visit was in late October, when Gordon Ramsay and the "Kitchen Nightmares" crew came to Hampden. Although the crew typically acts as kitchen consultants, at <b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/cafe-hon-baltimore">Cafe Hon</A></b>, they were more like ghost-busters, tasked with dispersing the funky karma that had enshrouded Cafe Hon. <P>
The "Kitchen Nightmares" episode featuring Cafe Hon is scheduled to air in late February 2012, but Baltimore fans already know one major plot point. Before Ramsay left town, he joined Cafe Hon owner <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEBSL000125" title="Denise Whiting" href="/topic/lifestyle-leisure/dining-drinking/denise-whiting-PEBSL000125.topic">Denise Whiting</a> at a news conference in which she renounced the Hon trademark that had caused her and her restaurant so much grief.

( Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun / November 7, 2011 )

The newsiest celebrity visit was in late October, when Gordon Ramsay and the "Kitchen Nightmares" crew came to Hampden. Although the crew typically acts as kitchen consultants, at Cafe Hon, they were more like ghost-busters, tasked with dispersing the funky karma that had enshrouded Cafe Hon.

The "Kitchen Nightmares" episode featuring Cafe Hon is scheduled to air in late February 2012, but Baltimore fans already know one major plot point. Before Ramsay left town, he joined Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting at a news conference in which she renounced the Hon trademark that had caused her and her restaurant so much grief.

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