The Foodstuff Community is on the lookout for longstanding spouse and children-owned restaurants to be highlighted on a spinoff of the popular collection “Restaurant: Impossible” hosted by Robert Irvine.
“We are seeking for prolonged operating multi-generational household-owned places to eat who are seeking to move on the reins to the next era,” explained Felicia Tassone, casting associate producer.
“Given the pandemic, we know that a lot of dining places are having difficulties, and we want to give them a probability to flip things all over. In just two times with only $10,000 (price range delivered by
creation), Chef Irvine takes on the problem of revamping your restaurant again to accomplishment.
“After examining the complications with the cafe, Chef Irvine makes a system for the new decor, oversees the refurbishment of the restaurant, decreases the dimension of the menu and
enhances the high quality of the entrees, develops advertising action, educates or resolves conflicts for the restaurant’s entrepreneurs, or trains the workers, as needed for just about every cafe with the
purpose to restore it to prominence and profitability,” Tassone added.
If picked, the restaurant will be element of a creation plan lasting two-to-a few times. Tassone requested intrigued cafe owners to speak to her directly.
Photo of Robert Irvine courtesy of Food stuff Network