Chef Isaac Toups creates a new menu to save the suffering Hill Street Cafe. With style and food choices that are 20 years past their sell-by date and a sibling rivalry derailing his plan, it's going to take more than just food to save this family owned diner.
Chef and restaurateur Isaac Toups is called to help get Margarita Momma's Bourbon St. Grille in Fayetteville, Ga., back on track before it gets shut down. With a menu of clashing cuisines and no savings left, the unfocused owners will lose everything if they don't follow Isaac's lead.
When Chef Isaac Toups gets the call to help April revive her failing family restaurant, April's Place in Lithia Springs, Ga., it becomes clear that they need to put the soul back into their soul food. April and her mom, who's also the head cook, are constantly fighting, and they'll have to make changes or risk losing their family legacy.
Chef Isaac Toups travels to Stockbridge, Ga., where a family tragedy has left Bridgeview Country Cooking on the verge of closure. With complaints of bloody fried chicken and a hostile work environment, Isaac is forced to shut the restaurant down until he can resuscitate this business from the inside out.
Chef Isaac Toups responds to a call from the owners of Main Street Restaurant in Grayson, Ga., who are struggling to keep their business and marriage alive. When he uncovers a baffling menu, dire wait times and the dirtiest kitchen he's ever seen, Isaac's expertise is challenged to the extreme.