Marino Monferrato left Hell’s Kitchen to pursue other opportunities. He was the maître d’ on the show from Season 13 to Season 18.
Marino Monferrato became a familiar face on the popular cooking competition show “Hell’s Kitchen,” hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. As the maître d’, Marino was responsible for the front-of-house experience, greeting guests, and ensuring that service ran smoothly during the show’s dinner services. His professional demeanor and Italian charm made him a favorite among fans of the series.
After Season 18, Marino decided to step away from “Hell’s Kitchen.” His departure was not due to any controversy or issues with the show; rather, he chose to explore new ventures and opportunities in the hospitality industry. Marino has a rich background in the restaurant business, having worked at prestigious establishments before joining the show, and he has continued to build on his experience in the field.
Since leaving “Hell’s Kitchen,” Marino has been involved in various projects. He has continued to work in the restaurant industry, taking on roles that allow him to use his expertise in service and management. His departure from the show was amicable, and he remains a respected figure in the culinary world. Fans of the show have missed his presence, but they also respect his decision to grow professionally and personally outside of the “Hell’s Kitchen” spotlight.