Tuesday, 03 June 2014 21:40

Restaurant: Impossible comes to Maine

SOUTH PORTLAND - A Maine restaurant is about to get a helping hand from the TV show 'Restaurant: Impossible.' The show, which airs on the Food Network, follows well known celebrity chef and host Robert Irvine as he spends 36 hours and $10,000 to remodel, renovate and re-work the menu of a struggling restaurant. Next week he will be lending his expertise to the owners of Uncle Andy's Diner in South Portland. I recently had the opportunity to talk with Chef Irvine by phone, who told me he has no knowledge about any of the restaurants featured on the show prior to filming.

The Maine Edge: You've been the host of 'Restaurant: Impossible' since 2011. How are the restaurants that are featured on the show selected?

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