Watch the Top 5 Sledgehammer Moments on Restaurant: Impossible

by in Shows, December 17th, 2013

When Robert Irvine takes on a mission at a failing business, he’s not alone in the challenge; he brings with him his entire Restaurant: Impossible team, which includes a construction manager and designer. But although he has dedicated colleagues to help him carry out the physical transformation of an eatery, Robert isn’t shy about getting involved in the overhaul. Not only is he quick to share with his team his wish list for a restaurant, but he often takes matters of construction in his own hands.

Throughout the series, Robert’s been known to reach for one trusty tool in particular time and time again: the sledgehammer. He’s often seen wielding this weighted device to bore holes in walls and knock down partitions to better illustrate to his team just what updates he’d like to see. It’s up to Robert’s construction team to simply don their protective eyewear and watch as Robert makes the move in renovation.

Click the play button on the video above to watch the top-five sledgehammer moments on Restaurant: Impossible, then tune in tomorrow, Wednesday, at 10pm/9c to watch Robert take on his next mission.

Watch all top-five Restaurant: Impossible video mash-ups, including the most-emotional reveals, top design updates and worst staff moments.

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Comments (3)

  1. Peggy Meyer says:

    We just ate at Tootie's in Cathedral City, CA. Robert and team were there last week and left a newly decorated space which looks great….but the same staff is there struggling with change. They had already tossed many of the new recipes after serving them for only 3 days; they said they kept the favorites and worked them into the old menu.. I did try the new white chili and couldn't quite believe that the corn muffin was purposely buried in the soup and the expected garnish of smoked cheddar was stirred into it. It was tasty but strangely bare on the plate until I explored the bowl and fished the corn bread out. The new house made dark potato chips were presented with a whine that they were now the only side and the other choices formerly available now required an extra charge. Neon Open signs seem to be on their way back–is that part of the new image? We had to ask for napkins and silverware. Not too grand a reopening in our opinion…

    I'm looking forward to the future TV show but wonder about Tootie's future.

  2. Viv says:

    Where does the $10,000 come from?

  3. Claire Romano says:

    When will the show re: rebuilding of Ship Bottom, New Jersey's LBI Pancake House and Ship Bottom Fire Company kitchen and lounge following Super Storm Sandy be shown again?

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