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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine attempts to turn around a failing family restaurant in just two days. 

Crew:
Robert Irvine (Host)

7/12/14
02:00 PM
"Dirty Laundry"  The owner of Hillbillies Restaurant in Murphys, Calif., needs to transition from pushover to an empowered business owner.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/16/14
07:00 PM
"Something's Fishy"  The owner of Joe Willy's Seafood House in Fishkill, N.Y., has to get past his pride in order to save his restaurant.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/16/14
10:00 PM
"Fiery Family Fusion"  The two year old restaurant, Pasion Latin Fusion in Albuquerque, N.M., has found little success.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/16/14
11:00 PM
"His Way or the Highway"  Just seven years old, the Windsor 75 in Windsor, Conn., has its share of problems, including an outdated decor, and an overworked staff.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/17/14
01:00 AM
"Fiery Family Fusion"  The two year old restaurant, Pasion Latin Fusion in Albuquerque, N.M., has found little success.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/17/14
02:00 AM
"His Way or the Highway"  Just seven years old, the Windsor 75 in Windsor, Conn., has its share of problems, including an outdated decor, and an overworked staff.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/19/14
02:00 PM
"Mumbo Jumbo"  The owner of the San Francisco Mexican restaurant Estrada's is over $400,000 in debt.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/23/14
07:00 PM
"Drowning in Debt"  Mom & Dad's Italian Restaurant in DeFuniak Springs, Fla., is deep in debt but the owner doesn't want to make changes.  (Repeat) FOOD
7/23/14
10:00 PM
"Fork in the Road"  The owners of Fork Diner in Calhoun, Ga., are faced with a failing business and a damaged friendship.  FOOD
7/23/14
11:00 PM
"Feathers Fly"  Chef Robert Irvine ruffles quite a few feathers when he tries to save the family run business, Ducky's Family Restaurant.  (Repeat) FOOD
Restaurant: Impossible

Premise
Chef Robert Irvine tries to turn around restaurants across America that are facing an impending demise if things don't improve. With a $10,000 budget and two days to work, Irvine uses his creativity and resourcefulness to turn the eatery's fortunes around. On day one, he assesses the business by observing the staff and kitchen during a full service. He then updates the menu and makes aesthetic changes to the restaurant in preparation for the grand reopening the following day. Irvine goes out into the community to get a crowd into the building to check out the improvements on the second day of the project.

Current cast
Robert Irvine

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.