As per the episode synopsis, the Copper Steer Steakhouse was the dream of Parrish and Maureen, a deputy U.S. marshal and a judicial assistant, but it turned into a nightmare as they started losing money every month with no clue as to how to turn things around. It’s wreaking havoc on the family, and Robert has his hands full to get things back on track.
The Restaurant: Impossible makeover took place over two days on January 30 and January 31, 2019. The restaurant is owned and operated by husband and wife team Parrish and Maureen Blasius.
Biggest Demolition in History of Restaurant: Impossible
In advance of the episode premiere, Robert told AZ Central that the Copper Steer Steakhouse required the “biggest demolition in the history of Restaurant: Impossible.” But the makeover wasn’t something Tom Bury and Taniya Nayak were entirely behind.
“Tom was very unhappy with me and so was Taniya, just because of what I did. I won’t tell you but it is dramatic. It was not intentional,” Robert was quoted as saying.
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Copper Steer Steakhouse Facebook page.
- Online reviews of the Copper Steer Steakhouse since the makeover are available via Google Reviews, Yelp, and Trip Advisor.
- Here’s the personal Facebook page for owner Maureen
Blasius, although she hasn’t been active recently.
Google Street View of Copper Steer Steakhouse
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