Once a Restaurant: Impossible mission for Chef Robert Irvine, The Italian Village now transports customers to a welcoming Italian villa. This family-owned business keeps their dishes simple and easy, from their chicken fingers and chicken Parmigiana to their baked raviolis and Romano pizza.
With help from Robert Irvine of Restaurant: Impossible, Stella’s now has a whole line of signature pasta sauces and pizzas. The menu is a combination of new and old, including Italian standbys and a special new one: Robert Irvine’s NY Strip, a pasta with fresh basil and potato puree.
Robert Irvine, host of Restaurant: Impossible, renovated Zandi's Grill one omelet at a time. But Zandi's Grill flips more than eggs. You can't go wrong with any of their super-sized burgers served on buttery brioche buns or any of their must-have milkshakes. No wonder it's becoming a local hotspot.
Ristorante Barolo in the historic Bayview Hotel didn't always stun visitors with its modern decor and fresh Italian menu. As seen on Restaurant: Impossible with Chef Robert, Ristorante Barolo has since streamlined its pasta and pizza menu while keeping its elegant and authentic Italian flavors.
Robert and the Restaurant: Impossible team transformed this cartoonish restaurant into a chic and upscale eatery. The new menu now lives and breathes sophisticated Southern cooking. Try their special fried green tomatoes, sizzling catfish or their best in beef tenderloin and rib-eye steak.