We’ve all seen in the first couple of episodes of Bar Rescue (airing Sundays at 10/9c) that running a small business is no small feat. Because of this, Spike TV has partnered with our friends at SCORE (AKA Service Corps of Retired Executives) to bring you help for your own budding bar or restaurant business in the form of an awesome toolkit.
In honor of the premiere of our new show Bar Rescue airing Sundays at 10/9c, we’re starting a Friday cocktail recipe series here at barrescue.spike.com. This week, you can learn how to make the perfect Old Fashioned cocktail after the jump.
In honor of Spike's new show Bar Rescue airing Sundays at 10/9c, we decided we'd take a look at a few celebrities (like, ahem, Lindsay Lohan) who we think could use some rescuing from the bar.
By now, you've heard about Jon Taffer, star of Bar Rescue (airing Sundays at 10/9c), and how he's nothing short of a miracle worker when it comes to transforming bars. Need more proof of his skills? Check out the inspiring story from the folks at Pelican Larry's of Naples, Florida, on how he transformed their business for the better.
Spike TV’s new series Bar Rescue gives failing nightlife establishments one last chance at success when it airs Sundays at 10/9c. Over the course of the series, one bar per week in cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, and Philadelphia will be reborn under the watchful eye of Jon Taffer.
Yes, bars can be dirty and unsanitary, but nothing beats some of the bars we’ve seen on Bar Rescue. A successful bar doesn’t involve bugs, snot and rodents crawling through your food and drinks, but some of the dirtiest bars certainly do.
Jon Taffer has seen some of the most ignorant and selfish bar owners in his long career of trying to help failing bars. From drunks, creeps, and ego ridden owners, Jon has had to deal with some of the most difficult bar owners in America. Here is a list of the Top 10 most difficult owners Jon has come across on Bar Rescue. Let’s just hope we...