Chef Robert Irvine is in Madison, Tenn., to help owner, Tommy, keep the doors of the Dinner Bell Restaurant open. And Robert is just in time, as Tommy's only two days from having to close the doors on his four-year-old business for good. Robert and his team must clean the restaurant, freshen the menu and fix the staff's bad habits in two days, before Tommy loses everything.
Chef Robert Irvine travels to Fishkill, N.Y., to help Joe and Dena save their floundering restaurant, Joe Willy's Seafood House. While experienced in purchasing seafood, Joe's skills as a head cook leave a lot to be desired. And the stress of the failing business is taking its toll on Dena and their three kids. Robert must force Joe to get past his pride in order to save his restaurant - and his family.
Chef Robert Irvine has just two days to address trust issues, frozen food in the kitchen and finances that aren't adding up, if there's any chance of restoring this restaurant, "Mama Campisi's Restaurant" in St. Louis, to its former glory.
Robert ruffles quite a few feathers when he heads to Kokomo, Indiana to help the Duncan family save their 33-year-old "Ducky's Family Restaurant". Robert's assessment of the terrible food and dysfunctional management was hard to hear.
The Windsor 75 in Windsor, CT, is just 7 years old, but is plagued with problems. George's family is fed up with the restaurant and his stubborn ways. Can Robert Irvine pull the restaurant into the 21st century?
Robert Irvine's baffled after arriving at the Coach Lamp Restaurant and Pub in Louisville. The restaurant, the food and the owners are all great, so why is it failing? Robert sifts through things to discover why.
Robert Irvine travels to Hagerstown to save the Georgia Boy Cafe. The stress of the restaurant is ruining the once loving relationship between the owners, who avoid each other to keep from screaming in front of the guests.
On his biggest mission yet, Robert Irvine heads to the Jersey Shore to renew two places devastated by Hurricane Sandy. He works to restore the LBI Pancake House and give the Ship Bottom Fire Company a much deserved "thank you."