πŸ’ List of Bar Rescue episodes - Wikipedia

Most Liked Casino Bonuses in the last 7 days 🎰

Filter:
Sort:
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

Click for Bar Rescue updates, closure/success rates and more. The Hooch was renamed to Proving Ground and closed in May after Chandra ran out of.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Jon Taffer Checks In With Cayman Cove - Bar Rescue, Season 5

CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

There's a show called "Bar Rescue" featuring a guy called Jon Talbot. http://​3tawb1st5k.ru (Don't know We are no where near a proving ground track, and even the nearest auto.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Filthy Kitchen In Michigan - Bar Rescue, Season 4

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

In , we broke news that Bar Rescue would be using its infallible A portion of the property was the proving ground for the first iteration of.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Before \u0026 After: Most Incredible Bar Rescue Transformations

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

The German smokeless powder fired at the proving ground April gave a velocity of feet with a pressure of 82, lbs. Oolquitt went to his rescue and succeeded in getting the boy to an A r Bar at Tmorar McDaaxorr. Battery 6.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Bartenders Won’t Keep Their Clothes On - Bar Rescue, Season 4

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

On Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer chew out the foul-mouthed owner of topless bar The Hooch in Dearborn Heights, MI. He turned it into Proving.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Bar Rescue, Season 4: \

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

Subscriber Users: An update list of employees authorized to use test Helmet and additional equipment (e.g. roll-over bar) recommended Equipment rescue team, Ambulance vehicle, fire-fighting vehicle, Safety Car (RIV).


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Bars that Never Survived Bar Rescue! (OWNER FREAKS OUT!)

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

On Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer chew out the foul-mouthed owner of topless bar The Hooch in Dearborn Heights, MI. He turned it into Proving.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
The Worst Strip Club Ever? - Bar Rescue, Season 4

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

The German smokeless powder fired at the proving ground April gave a velocity of feet with a pressure of 82, lbs. Oolquitt went to his rescue and succeeded in getting the boy to an A r Bar at Tmorar McDaaxorr. Battery 6.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Return To Jack’s Fire Dept. - Bar Rescue, Season 4

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

Click for Bar Rescue updates, closure/success rates and more. The Hooch was renamed to Proving Ground and closed in May after Chandra ran out of.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Return To O Face - Bar Rescue, Season 4

πŸ–

Software - MORE
CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

The Hooch Bar now The Proving Ground (Google Street View) out their Facebook page for updates and recent photos since the rescue.


Enjoy!
Valid for casinos
Visits
Likes
Dislikes
Comments
Bacon Bar Las Vegas - Spike Tv Bar Rescue 2018 update

In fact, despite advertising as having beers on tap, most of the lines are out of service and only a handful of beers are served. A medium was brought in to help the staff deal with the haunted element. Richard hands over the bar to Israel. Rob manages to keep is act together and handles the kitchen well, but Scott and Steve have no experience in running the bar and struggle to cope. A Staten Island bar that is overrun by a biker gang who are cooking their own food and getting their drinks, due to the owner's inability to stand up to them. When Nick finally gets promoted to the bar, he is unable to remember the recipes and fumbles the service. In the stress test, Jon removes Rob and puts him in the kitchen to sober up, while Scott and Steve run the bar. The owners fight with each other and Rob rambles deliriously as he goes to bed. The episode premiered online, on the Spike app and on-demand prior to its airing. Note: For the recon, Jon brought in the owners from The Blue Frog 22 re-branded as The Local , featured in the sixth episode of season 1. Jon also helps by getting Rob to go to counseling for his drinking habits. Jon returns to Second Base formerly Extremes Bar and Grill, as seen in the second season episode "Bikini Bust" after it goes under for a second time. Terry blames the number of sports bars that have opened and taken their customers, but is slow to reveal that he diverted all the profits from Second Base to his new bar. Jon must help retired professional baseball player turned bar owner Dan Serafini be a leader when he allows his staff to be over intoxicated and give away all his profits. This bar appeared in episode twenty four of this season where it served as the location for both the stress test and training for Upland bar The Palace. After remodeling the bar to a country lodge theme, Rob takes pride in running the bar and succeeds in relaunching the business. Jon tries to calm the sparks between three loud-mouthed firefighting brothers struggling to keep their Queens bar afloat, who are more concerned about who gets the last word rather than manage things such as quality control and holding the staff accountable. Jon proposes a complete rebuild of the bar to remove its tainted reputation, but on the condition that Terry invests his own money. Many of the staff have left and the bartenders have dropped their uniforms to return to bikinis. Jon butts heads with a self-proclaimed nightlife expert who is troubled by mounting debt, an inflated ego, a chauvinistic attitude towards women, and poor design choices. As a trick, Jon brings in a potential investor who offers to buy out the business. Jon suspects that manager Gary was at fault for letting the standards slip, but discovers that it is in fact owner Terry who has become disconnected. Jon tries to straighten out a former Philly detective who now owns a bar, and hits the bottle hard after years on the force. Jon tries to navigate a turbulent partnership between an ex-pilot, his ex-girlfriend and the other partner, whose relationship is affecting the business of the bar due to the owner's inability to move on with his relationship with his ex, who does nothing and takes advantage of him. This is the first time he did the recon of a bar. With the stress off of his shoulders, Nick is able to run the front of the bar successfully in the re-opening. Jon must determine whether the owner has the heart to run his bar or if he should get out of the partnership. Jon demotes Nick for the stress test, telling him that he has to earn his way up from being back of the bar to bartending to managing. Alexander Siddig and Iddo Goldberg help Jon rescue a Moroccan bar with an identity crisis due to conflicting interior and exterior designs. Only Rob outright refuses, which gains Jon's trust. Jon tries to put the fire back in their bellies before the business goes up in smoke, and they destroy a great legacy. After this episode aired, the replay version edits this portion out. Jon visits an outdated college sports bar with an owner who is more interested in managing his fantasy football team than running a business and must get the owner's partner to take control. Season 4 is also the longest season of Bar Rescue to date, having been on the air for nearly two years. A family-owned bar faces shutdown due to a son's excessive drinking and resulting bad management, which leads to a sticky and unclean bar, a staff with no leadership, and questionable decision making. Note: This is the third episode where the owner watches the recon with Jon. Jon Taffer sends in two recon teams to see the contrasting service. Posing as a birthday group, they receive numerous shots and walk out without paying a cent. Feuding brothers' obnoxious behavior drives away customers at the oldest bar and BBQ joint in Youngstown, Ohio. Jon must turn the luck of four Irish sisters whose constant bickering and lack of management has caused their San Francisco bar to take a downturn. During recon, he is shown to be disinterested and drinks with the patrons, while the bar has a culture of giving away free drinks. This is also the first episode for Jon dealing with a Hong Kong Cantonese owner.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Note: This episode premiered an hour early as the lead-in for the Spike miniseries Tut which featured Siddig and Goldberg who both acted as recon spies while wearing an earpiece that was given to them by Jon so that he can talk to them. Jon is furious that Terry has neglected to invest anything back into Second Base. The bar has fallen into neglect and appears to be in worse condition than when Jon first rescued it. Nick is unable to fulfill the basic duties of fetching ice and cleaning glasses, causing the bar to fall behind. Note: The recon for this episode was done by Jon and his experts. A landlord and partner, who would rather paint fruit in the name of art than save his failing Ohio burger bar, clashes with bitter owners. Note: Jon brought in comedian Doug Stanhope to watch the recon with him. The problems worsen when he discovers a staff untrained in Moroccan cuisine and proper bartending methods and a chef who does not follow sanitary procedures. Jon enforces tough love when a live music bar owner is more concerned with the spirit of wonderment than appealing to her trendy Chicago community. In a Back to the Bar special, it was shown that the bar continues to thrive and has even expanded. Nick shows an appalling amount of bartending skill during training. Owners Rob and Steve have set up an ambitious bar financed by friend and co-owner Scott. Note: Owens joins Jon to watch the recon, making this episode the first where Jon watched the recon with the co-owner. Out-of-control bartenders are too busy dancing on the bar to pour drinks and drive away women, and Jon must get the husband and wife owners and general manager to regain control of their staff and put an end to the staff's partying ways. Jon battles a management-heavy staff that disrespects their owner at a suburban Chicago sports bar with their attitudes and constant arguing, not helped by the owner's overbearing management style. Jon attempts to fix an Irish bar, with an owner who would rather drink and party than manage his bar with bartenders who constantly bicker due to no management, which irks his girlfriend to no end. Note: The owner's daughter joins Jon to watch the recon and provide inside information on the bar. In order to save a haunted bar with a cursed past, Jon is forced to stir up a different type of spirit than he is used to. Meanwhile, the second recon team waits nearly half an hour to be served, and leaves after biting into raw hamburgers. Further investigation reveals that the kitchen and draught system haven't been cleaned for months. The owner and his wife's marriage is shown to be doing far better and he admits that Jon really got through to him about his behavior. Note: The original airing featured Jon telling the customers that the owners ripped them off for pouring cheap drinks in liquor bottles which caused a fight to breakout after one owner fights with a customer. Jon must determine if the son can clean up his act and lead the bar, or if his family should take him off management. Jon with his impressed with Nick's cousin, Angelica, who is single-handedly covering the bar. Maria becomes sick from contaminated beer, while Jon investigates the kitchen after being disgusted with the frozen chicken wings. Jon visits a failing beachfront bar with a rodent problem and is brought to tears upon discovering what the owners have endured. In the special, video of a surprise visit by one of Jon's experts is shown where she determines the place really is doing good. Jon must help the owners build the courage to take back their bar and return to their glory days. The experts are baffled by the small inventory, especially the lack of Smirnoff vodka , which prompts them to focus on creating cocktails using the drink. Note: Jon brings in the owner's sister, who also runs a bar, to watch the recon and help her brother. This is the second episode where the epilogue states that a bar went through another change after Jon's visit The first was Swanky Bubbles in season 1. Jon tries to help fix a Portland bar with an owner and his step-daughter who don't work together, and criticize each other and the staff, while also dealing with a very stubborn chef. A womanizing and ignorant owner and his enraged wife struggle with their run-down Caribbean bar. Richard owns the family-run Los Angeles Brewing Company who, despite its name, does not brew its own beer. Note: While watching the recon, Jon sends his experts to inform the owner he isn't coming to the bar that night. Rowdy customers at a New York sports bar attack Taffer's crew when they discover they are being served cheap booze at premium prices, prompting Jon to teach the importance of serving quality drinks and maintaining crowd control, but first must contend with an owner whose constant drinking and refusal to take any responsibility for his actions drives his staff to the breaking point. The stress test is shut down after several minutes when the taps lose pressure and run out of carbon dioxide. The owner's wife also joins Jon to watch the recon. The family is a successful bar family, with father Tony and daughter Monica successfully running their own establishments. Nick agrees to step away from running the bar and hands over the keys to Angelica. However, Rob has become drunk and disorderly, giving away his liquor and engaging in wild behavior while Scott and Steve do nothing to take control. However, Jon will help the bartenders and the manager find new jobs because he still believes in them, but not the owner. Jon is recognized and served immediately, but is frustrated by the lack of beers. Appalled by Rob's behavior, Jon refuses to enter and sends in his experts to inform Rob of the news. A castle-shaped bar with an owner who has anger management issues and is pushing staff to their breaking point, unless Jon can get him to curb his temper. Jon must help an Irish bar owner, who acts more like an employee and is withholding employee paychecks to keep the business afloat to reignite his spirit plan before the staff quits for good. Note: Director of San Francisco Ent. The post-service interview reveals that Richard is not interested in the bar and is financing it through his own glass business, while his nephew Israel is passionate about taking over. Jon tries to turn the bar around before the business hits the rocks and the owner's wife bails for good, but first must get the owner to recognize his problems, which is easier said than done. While Jon decides to help the staff improve their skills for their futures, Terry remains uncooperative. Jon helps a failing Portland music venue that has an ant infestation, a staff that has no mixology experience and an owner who is more interested in the music than managing his bar. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Like the third season, season four was also split into multiple parts. The recon was done by Sarah Colonna and the bar's previous expert Joseph Brooke. He refuses, and Jon walks out. Former Judas Priest frontman turned bar owner Tim "Ripper" Owens calls on Jon to amp up his struggling live music venue when his employees treat it more like a jam session than a business. Jon must deflate the ego of a passionate Puerto Rican bar owner whose constant berating, boisterous personality, and focusing more on DJing, is not just turning the staff against him, but his own sons as well. Jon has a big face-off against a distrustful owner of a military themed bar, who is disrespectful towards her staff and spends more time spying and scapegoating them than training them.