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When Food Network shows highlight local restaurants that you frequent, it's absolutely riveting! Guy Fieri has been to many restaurants I love in New Hampshire. Every time I cozy up at The Kitchen in Portsmouth and stare at the dollar bills on the ceiling while feasting on spudsters, I think to myself, "I wonder if Guy's butt was in this very seat?"

Restaurant Impossible is right up there as one of my favorite Food Network shows. If you aren't familiar with the concept, the hilarious and unfiltered Chef Robert Irvine tries to turn around restaurants across America that are in rough shape. These restaurants are headed towards an impending doom if things don't improve quickly.

Chef Irvine and his squad have a $10,000 budget and two days to work and switch these places around. Irvine is creative, resourceful, and has an awesome British accent, which makes everything he says sound like gold. On day one, he usually sits and judges how the staff operates during a normal business day. He then jazzes up the interior and updates the menu for the grand reopening the very next day. Irvine goes out into the community to get a crowd in the building to check out the improvements on the second day of the project. It's a quick turnaround, wild ride, and all-around entertaining show! 

A New Hampshire restaurant was recently featured on Restaurant Impossible: White Mountain Steakhouse in Lincoln, New Hampshire!

Take a sneak peek here:

Was Chef Robert Irvine able to pump some life back into White Mountain Steakhouse? If anyone could do it, he's the man for the job!

The episode aired last Thursday, March 30, on the Food Network, and is now available for streaming on Discovery+..

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