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Restaurant Startup season 3←Restaurant Startup season 2
Restaurant Startup season 3 episodes list:
Looking to give “the stuffy steakhouse a casual makeover,” Joe Bastianich and Tim Love begin season three being pitched business plans for two different steakhouses.
One team has created an interactive culinary experience, and a Michelin-star chef is staking his comeback on truffles.
An owner who lost everything in his divorce, including a restaurant, and an owner buried in debt from a hemp-centric restaurant try to get money from the investors.
Replacing Joe Bastianich for this episode, Elizabeth Blau joins Tim Love to judge two teams pitching their different visions for fast-casual restaurants that are offshoots of pre-existing establishment and that they believe can become franchise empires.
Replacing Tim Love in this episode, Elizabeth Blau joins Joe Bastianich. One restaurant is looking for more profit from opening a rooftop bar, and two brothers want to open a fourth location featuring small plates.
Two teams with late-night snacks, one with a spin on the traditional eggroll and one with an old family rice ball recipe, look to impress the investors.
Chefs looking to make a name with a taste of Spain, and two friends trying to capitalize on an up-and-coming Manhattan neighborhood try to cash in with the investors.
Two teams that have found their dream location need money from the investors to sign their lease.
Two Miami chefs known for both their food and their fiery personalities vie for investment help.