Posted on: October 25, 2013
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It is completely illegal to serve homemade food in a bar or restaurant. The law doesn't seem to stop management from poisoning their customers.
Ivan, owner of this Jersey City watering hole, is more concerned with DJing than running a successful business. It has already cost him his marriage, but will he lost his business?
The main problem at this Staten Island bar is the owners: they let patrons walk all over them. Taffer knows that to make this bar a success, he has to instill some NY toughness into these brothers.
Things have gotten so dire at Rhythm & Brews that one of the owners has become homeless. He's now forced to lay his head in the basement of the bar.
Jon Taffer successfully drove the seedy biker element out of the bar and made it a classy wine & cheese hotspot. This is the result.
Rhythm & Brews in Staten Island started out as a booming success. Unfortunately, the recent occupation by bikers has driven away local clientele and their dollars.
The gutless owners at this bar routinely let strangers waltz right into their kitchen. Wait until the end of the clip, because things get "explosive."
Bar Rescue mixologist Russel Grant teaches the staff to make The Soyo Tea.
Taffer re-invigorates this failing bar and comes up with a speakeasy theme. "P's & Q's Auto Body" is now on the short list for coolest bar on Long Island.
The staff at Artful Dodger fails miserably when they allow a supposedly underage girl to drink. This is a giant liability.