Restaurants Revisited: Top Turnarounds

Find out how some of the restaurants featured on Restaurant: Impossible's top-turnarounds special are doing today.
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No matter how dire the scene may be when Robert Irvine arrives at a business, he's not one to back away from his mission. Over the course of nearly nine seasons, Robert's surely been tested with fiery owners, filthy kitchens and family feuds, but through it all, he and his Restaurant: Impossible team have given even the seemingly farthest-gone eateries a second chance at success, all with only $10,000 and 48 hours to work. On tonight's special episode of Restaurant: Impossible, Robert looked back at some of the most-unforgettable transformations, reliving the process it took to shift owners' perspectives, as well as their kitchens' cleanliness and dining rooms' design, and ultimately revealing the impressive finished updates.

Read on below to find out how some of the restaurants featured on tonight's top-turnarounds special are doing today.

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