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No More Kitchen Nightmare? It's Business As Usual At Amy's Baking Company, Re-Opening Draws Hordes Of Onlookers


May 22 2013, Published 9:15 a.m. ET

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After a whirlwind week in which they gained fame both on TV and online, Scottsdale, Ariz. restauranteurs Amy and Samy Bouzaglo held the grand re-opening of their eatery Amy's Baking Company Tuesday night, and we've got all the details for you right here on

Things went seamlessly inside after the restaurant's 5 p.m. opening, the Phoenix New Times reported. Outside, extra police and security were on hand to manage the situation, which stayed calm, with dozens of spectators (many of them teens), news crews and photographers on hand for the event.

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"I just figured, its on the way home, I'll stop by," Justin Keefer told the paper.

Before the Bouzaglos re-opened their restaurant -- which gained them TONS of notoriety after they appeared on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares program, and subsequently became the target of online posters -- security and hostesses emerged to tell the crowd Tuesday's customers were limited to reservation only, distributing business cards and advising potential patrons to e-mail for availability.


As exclusively reported on Monday, the couple have gotten many online death threats, forcing them to cancel a planned press conference at their re-launch, as well as a threatening legal letter from Kitchen Nightmares production officials.

The video below shows the scene outside the restaurant with calm restored after a frenzied week!



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