Struggling restaurants receive a complete overhaul by renowned designers and chefs.
Dave Rimmer owns Jeremiah’s Bullfrog and this restaurant has been his baby for several years. Dave wants to expand his clientele without alienating his pub and bar patrons. All he is looking for is his bar to be spruced up a little bit so his wife does not feel it is a drinking hole. So restaurant makeover designer Jessica Cotton and David Adjey have to keep a successful pub alive but make changes that are right for the restaurant. Jessica and David's dilemma is Jeremiah Bullfrogs needs a complete overhaul, but Dave the owner does not see that. Will he be happy with the complete change in his restaurant?
Rich and Scott are two small town boys who paved their own way at Babelfish Bistro. Rich started there as a waiter and Scott started as a grill cook. Eventually, they worked their way up to buy the restaurant. Over the years Babelfish has grown, but recently hit a plateau. The guys are finding it hard to swallow their pride and ask for help — even though this is exactly what they need. They have spent most of their money and efforts fixing the bones of the place and now they do not have enough money or inspiration to give the interior a much-needed renovation. Restaurant Makeover is sending in Chef David Adjey and designer Robin De Groot to give Babelfish Bistro a professional overhaul. Rich and Scott are not used to having outsiders come in and tell them how to run their business, and they are definitely not used to relying on anyone else to get the job done.