While reviewing the filthy kitchen at The End Zone, Chef Vegas sees more than he can stand.
In one of the most tragic aspects of this failing bar, Sean and his wife can't afford to send their four year old daughter to school.
The investors pit a stubborn steakhouse veteran with the perfect prime rib against an outdated owner with an oversized ego to battle it out for an investment.
Two muscle-bound meatheads can't see pec-to-pec on how to run their Houston bar. Now their tempers and testosterone threaten to tear their friendship apart.
Josh Capon offers some pointers on creating your very own frankenfood and goes over the best and the worst flavor combinations on the show so far.
During the invest test at The Grotto in Houston, Chef Besh takes control of the kitchen in order to get food out in a timely manner. There was a 43% increase in wine sales, which bodes well for a good investment.
Chef Vic Vegas makes a simple yet delicious menu catered to sports fans. It consists of burgers, dogs, and powder puffs. No game would be complete without some ballpark themed fare.
The Investors chose The Grotto over Mac's Steak and Seafood in Houston, TX. They did so on one condition: that Morris change the name of his restaurant.
Jon Taffer, Chef Derry and Chef Besh sit down to debate over which restaurant should earn an investment. Will they choose the market potential of Mac's? Or the customer experience potential of The Grotto?
Jon Taffer and Vic Vegas are appalled as they inspect the kitchen at the End Zone in Katy, TX. This is one of the most cross contaminated kitchen's Jon Taffer has ever seen.