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Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine Announces Sin City Debut with New Restaurant Concept at the Tropicana Las Vegas

Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine Announces Sin City Debut with New Restaurant Concept at the Tropicana Las Vegas

Restaurant: Impossible host to take on Las Vegas with new signature restaurant Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine, host of Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible, announced today that he is teaming up with Tropicana Las Vegas to open his first signature restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. At the press conference, the exterior […]

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Chef Robert Irvine: Seven Factors That Determine Restaurant Success or Failure

Chef Robert Irvine: Seven Factors That Determine Restaurant Success or Failure

Chef Robert Irvine has spent the past five years attempting to save 140 failing restaurants across America for the Food Network show “Restaurant: Impossible,” now in its 13th season. Of the 137 restaurants whose episodes have aired, 82, or 60%, have closed since their makeovers, according to the blog Food […]

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Chef Robert Irvine In New Food Network Culinary Competition “Restaurant Express”

Chef Robert Irvine heads to Las Vegas to give nine chefs a chance at fulfilling their lifelong dream of launching a restaurant in Sin City in new series, Restaurant Express, premiering Sunday, November 3rd at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network. Over the course of seven episodes the chefs will visit […]

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Behind the Scenes: Chef Robert Irvine of Restaurant Impossible

If you’ve ever tuned into the Food Network, it is hard to miss Chef Robert Irvine of the most popular show on the network, Restaurant Impossible. With his muscular physique and his Lexus SUV this ex-marine takes on failing restaurants across the US and gives more than he takes on […]

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The Business Turnaround Tactics Of Restaurant: Impossible’s Robert Irvine

From coast to coast, there are plenty of amazing restaurants for America’s foodies to salivate over; a more amusing pastime, however, may be marveling at the truly bad ones on The Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible (is that a smelly petting zoo in the back of your Italian restaurant? Why yes, […]

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