This week’s episode of Restaurant: Impossible puts the ambush theme on hold as Robert Irvine and the RI crew head to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for the 4th annual episode of Holiday: Impossible. Filming of the episode took place on August 18th – 20th.
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Robert and his crew, including a team of local volunteers overhauled three of the camp’s 25-year old spaces in just three days. The less than desirable facilities were disorganized had broken equipment and under-utilized space.
Over renovation period, the three work days were split into four shifts: Tuesday from 1 to 8 p.m.; Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Holiday: Impossible 2015, airs Thursday, Dec. 10, at 9|8c on Foodnetwork.
Robert and others took to social media during and after the makeover:
That’s a wrap! Had an amazing time filming #restaurantimpossible in Jackson, WY. A huge heartfelt thanks to all of the amazing suppliers, trades, and volunteers that came out to help us this week. We couldn’t have done it without you! I can’t wait for all of you to see this episode, a life changing experience for me! Thx to our fabulous RI crew and construction team for going over and above to creating a dream space for the kids. Enjoy your weekend everyone! #feelingblessed #simplychercher
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Good morning every one,last day of Holiday Impossible in Jackson Hole ,Wyoming it's a beautiful day to make some magic happen . Love u all ?
— Robert Irvine (@RobertIrvine) August 20, 2015
— Jackson Whole Grocer (@JacWholeGrocer) August 22, 2015